Category Archive: Blogs

Old Media Hanging On…

While traditional media still has its place in some communications plans, we invite you to take a look at these interesting new media figures.

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Why Great Design is Worth the Cost

18th century artisans often used a drawing to represent their craft. They realized many customers may not be literate, but they knew a picture of an anvil meant Blacksmith.

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The Death of the Coder?

Everyone knows how to make a web page and the need for old fashioned coders is long gone, right? Not so, says Blink Colonist Ian Walters.

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Has anything really changed?

Have new online tactics and social media really changed everything? Are you tracking your ROI when using SMM to boost SEO? Are there too many TLAs?

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The Gulf Coast in Focus #1

Explore the sites and sights of the Gulf Coast as seen through the viewfinder of Blink Colonist Jon Jeffress: Sunrise in Arlington Park, Mobile, Alabama.

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The Shifting Market

Created in 1977, IDATE has established itself over the years as one of the Europe’s foremost market analysis and consulting firms for the telecom, Internet, and media industries. The institute is composed of two entities: the department Consulting and Research, and the DigiWorld Programme.

As part of the DigiWorld Programme, the DigiWorld Summit is the …

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Cultivating FlashCorn

Why focused creativity is essential to be outstanding in your field.

Imagine you’re standing in a corn field. Every stalk and leaf is brilliant green and every visible kernel is golden – except for one. Somehow genetics zigzagged and this stalk is cobalt blue and every ear is covered in iridescent pink corn. You’d tend …

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