As Google Reader subscription data (e.g. lists of followers, favorited items, notes, etc.) were ruthlessly deleted from Google servers, we were left with the question whether it was still worth keeping a feed burning? If Google had lost faith in it, why should we continue to use this tool that has valiantly served news, culture, and marketing bloggers for so many years?
Archive | January, 2014
January 30, 2014
January 28, 2014
When it comes to websites, social media platforms, landing pages, and the necessary evils of page conversion and optimization, a churches image and brand has to resonate with new members and modern tastes. Whatever you think of this modern trend for less traditional religious imagery, there’s no denying how amazing these five church logo examples are, and how effective they are as modern branding studies.
January 28, 2014
The biggest sports event in the US calendar is just around the corner and NextDayFlyers has a special treat for all you designers and bar owners who need to market yourselves for the big day! 3 of the highest quality PSD and Ai templates completely FREE to use in whatever way you wish. Layered and fully editable, these full-size flyer templates were designed exclusively (by me) for your use.
January 23, 2014
Are you tired of those Photoshop tutorials that are so complex that you need a degree in quantum theory to detangle? Well you’re in luck, because in this Photoshop tutorial, we have provided 3 extra-fancy Photoshop text effects that take under 5 minutes each to create and add a touch of “joi de vivre” to your flyer designs or other graphic projects.
January 21, 2014
To get the ahead of the real estate pack, it’s vital that you try out new real estate advertising ideas and listing concepts to see what works for your customers and what doesn’t. If you’re looking for marketing inspiration, then try out some of these advertising ideas. The only way that you can rock it in the real estate world is if you are bold enough to try new methods and test new strategies.
January 15, 2014
Here are our best design trend guesses for the coming year as we subjectively clutch at what we perceive to be noticeable changes in design fashion. The examples below showcase some fantastic design and a look at possible design trends in 2014.
January 14, 2014
In this blog, we are going to explore the latest gadgets and gizmos that are going to make our lives so much easier and more exciting. After researching some of the Internet’s most popular tech sites and reacting to the tech experts’ personal predictions for 2014, I have come up with a list of tech projections for 2014 to get you all excited about the coming year:
January 9, 2014
Where do you get your writing ideas from? Hopefully, they come from deep within your noggin. However, the mind of a writer needs feeding and the following sites include some of the best writing ideas, packaging writing, creative writing prompts, and blog writing examples you’ll find anywhere.
January 8, 2014
It should be strongly stated that minimalist graphic design is not a new design movement. In this post that covers the history of graphic design minimalism through a series of 10 posters, we have attempted to show you a glimpse of some of our favorite minimalist graphic design posters and artists of the last century to the present day.
January 2, 2014
People in marketing, publicity, and social media have a lot to say. Some may argue that in fact they have TOO MUCH to say! But no matter what you feel about the media industry, you cannot deny that there are a heck of a lot of smart cookies that work in media! As a tribute to some of those insightful individuals, we have put together some of the best marketing tweets, quotes, and posts of 2013.