No four letter acronym has caused more sleepless nights, heartache, and, frankly, confusion to the digital universe since a little three letter acronym some 20 years ago (looking at you, Y2K). That’s right, we’re talking GDPR, which stands for the General Data Protection Regulation. It’s singlehandedly causing the internet to lose its collective mind.
Allen Datagraph Systems, Inc. has been pumping out high-quality, producer-ready digital printers, signmakers, measurement and templating tools for the better part of two decades, with plenty of praise for the capability of their range of machines. But with a website in need of some love and a brand looking for some more solid footing, ADSI turned to Altos to bring the company’s digital presence up to speed with industry expectations.
When it comes to public transport, finding your way to where you need to get should be simple and uncomplicated. For the team at the Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation, or COAST, this means helping those who ride the bus find get to their destination seamlessly. But by late 2017, it became clear that they needed a new website to help riders navigate easier in an increasingly digital world - and they picked Altos to help make it happen.
In his annual start-of-the-year Facebook Missal, Mark Zuckerberg brought down some hard truth about the state of the blue-and-white kingdom: trust between Facebook and users is at an all-time low.
Okay, maybe not world domination - but with a smart email strategy and the ease of automation, you can craft a marketing journey that wins out over the competition without needing to lift a finger. But the whole thing is driven by one golden rule: getting your message in front of potential customers is easy; making them care is an entirely different story.
When you’ve got a long commute home (like me, around an hour each way), you get to thinking about the important things in life - including football.
These days, things change fast - and by the time you anticipate what’s coming next, the rules may already have changed. That’s why so many marketers are guilty of the industry’s main cardinal sin and that’s thinking only one step at a time.