5 Reasons You Need Interactive Development

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Long gone are the days of passively observing information that is being pushed at us. Consumer behavior has changed drastically because of the ability to compare info between different websites. Velocity Agency specializes in interactive development to keep audiences engaged and more motivated to buy. Here are four reasons why your website should be interactive. It Improves your SEO More links on your site make it easier for search engines to find your site. SEO, short for search engine optimization, can help your business grow and meet your business objectives. Having an interactive site drives more traffic to your site …

All About Hashtags

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  By now, you’ve seen hashtags everywhere on your social media platforms. They appear at the corner of the TV screen as you’re watching a highly publicized event, and even on clothing and apparel. Although hashtags are extremely effective on Twitter and Instagram, it still seems to be a grey area to use them on Facebook. We all see hashtags on Facebook, but should we use them for our Facebook marketing strategies? Use Hashtags Sparingly The best aspect of Social Media is that you can monitor and track all of your data. By monitoring Facebook, it is apparent that using …

Unique Marketing With Original Facebook Content

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Facebook Ads are Growing and Not Slowing Down Since its’ debut in 2004, Facebook has changed drastically: especially when it comes to Facebook advertising. Facebook has turned single-handedly turned paid social media marketing into a cornerstone of modern digital marketing tactics. In the next year to come, we can all expect Facebook to evolve in deeper ways. In 2018, you can improve your marketing funnel and find more leads than ever due to Facebook’s stronger algorithms. Mobile Audiences are stronger than ever. Facebook users watch over 100 million hours of video a day collectively, and as a result, we have …

Diet Coke Gets a New Look

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There was a point in time where people ditched their regular sodas for diet sodas in hopes to shed some pounds and achieve health without giving up their delicious carbonated beverage. Since customers are now moving away from artificially sweetened sodas, Diet Coke is getting a radically new look and some new flavors to try and boost sales. Diet Coke unleashed new flavors including ginger lime, feisty cherry, twisted mango, and zesty blood orange. The can is thinner and longer which psychologically makes consumers think “slimmer and thinner.” Millennials are highly informed consumers because of all of their access to …

Welcome Seth Wiley!

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We are so excited to introduce you to our new Creative Director! Seth Wiley is originally from Lafayette, Louisiana and grew up with southern and traditional values. His parents always allowed him to express himself through art and told him he could be whatever he wanted to be. They encouraged his love for art and music, so the creative juices were flowing at a very young age.  Seth attended college at ULL and majored in Visual Arts where he became classically trained in painting, drawing, animation and other media. After college, Seth worked at Vidox Image and Data in Lafayette …

Digital Dating: How We Market Ourselves

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We’ve all seen movies showing people from the 50’s dating.  A couple would share conversation over a milkshake at their local burger joint. People often dated their high school sweetheart or someone they met at their job during this time. At this point, media wasn’t frequently used to help people find their partner, but then came the 70’s. In 1975, 31-year-old Marilyn J. Applerberg became the editor of a publication known as Single News. Instead of meeting at the local church or in a classroom, people started to meet at singles bars or discos and by putting personal ads in physical …

Don’t Adjust Your Television

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For years, the visual crackle of a struggling video stream was a  frustration for many people. Long before modern television and streaming video, people would curse out loud and move their rabbit ear antennas to get a better picture. The glitch is the visual of a pixelated or off-register image. It has firmly become part of modern design culture and is defining the newest chapter in the art world’s fascination with distress, deconstruction and the allure of imperfection. Glitch designs have made their way through all aspects of culture last year and are becoming even more popular now. Any designer …

Mardi Gras 2018 Goes Mobile

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Mobile apps have revolutionized the way that we do everything. From ordering food to getting a ride, and getting a dog walker – everything can be done right from your phone! Mardi Gras is an especially exciting time of year. However, not all the moments of Mardi Gras are fun. Getting stuck in traffic, hunting down a parking space, and a spike in car accidents can put a great deal of stress on parade goers. Fortunately, mobile apps and websites have changed the way we do Mardi Gras too. Mardi Gras New Orleans Website This website has all the information …

Mardi Gras and Digital Marketing

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By now, you’ve probably eaten more king cake than you ever imagined and have already put the pieces of your costume together. For many of us here in New Orleans, our events on Facebook are filled to the brim through Mardi Gras day. The world of social media has revolutionized the way we experience Mardi Gras. It has done this through apps that show the parade routes and events shared with various social media platforms. For those of us who would rather sit at home and experience it through TV – you can watch it streamed live. When it comes …

Virality is Not Always a Good Thing

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  All of us share content on social media every day, but many of us don’t stop and take the time to think about where the content comes from. Outside of news stories and media platforms, there is something called a content creator. Ninety percent of marketing companies use content marketing as part of their strategy, but that doesn’t mean all the content they create is top-notching, compelling and valuable content. In the world of social media, there are people who seek fame through the platform of their choosing including Facebook, Instagram, twitter, snapchat and more. People with successful accounts …