Using Google services is almost like watching a movie that has a dog starring in one of the lead roles; you know that in the back of your mind that it’s going to die and you’re going to be left emotionally distraught.
Like death and taxes (or if you ask Thanos, he will tell you that he is), change is inevitable. We can’t control it, but we can control how we react to it. Sometimes it’s healthy to embrace new challenges even if they are difficult….and fearful.
Being close to 50 years old while tallying up residences in 7 different states and three other countries besides the US, you can imagine I’ve worked at quite a few different places. Here in Des Moines specifically, I’ve led creative efforts at a couple of different tv stations and steered strategy at other marketing and advertising agencies. Since landing as business partners with one of the most creative folks I know, Dave Makin, at Nexus 6, we’ve developed the No Bullshit Guarantee (NBG).
The Gap of Disappointment As an agency, our mission is to see the success in everything we do, and just like everyone else, love when that happens relatively quickly. Although, we still embrace our no BS guarantee and advise that not everything happens overnight. It’s been 5 years since I started this thing on nothing more than an 11” refurbished …
Several years ago, a coworker suggested that we go check out the drag scene that night. Having never seen illegal street racing myself at the time, I was intrigued and agreed to pick him up later that evening. Later, when he came out of his house, it was to my surprise that he was wearing a dress and a thick …
Storytelling has a way of sticking with us even long after the stories have ended. You see this creep up especially when looking at mythology. In Norse Mythology, Helheim was the Viking’s version of Hell (where everyone that didn’t die in battle goes). Unlike the Christian version of Hell, Hel was a frozen wasteland of unbearable cold. Hence the term, …
My suggestions for 2019, get out there and make some new friends, show off the human side of your company, and don’t be afraid of the tech wave that’s coming. Embrace it, and rest easy knowing that you are going to be in a few years, completely and uniquely different than most national companies, just by being human.
Hell yes you do. We get it, some companies will write you a blog but claim that they own the content as a way to retain your business, that’s bullshit and we don’t play that game. It’s yours to keep once you’ve paid for it.
Firstly, there is no cost to meet with us and talk about what we can do for you. Second, each and every quote is custom. We don’t prepackage anything. We can however say that our base rate is $100/hr, which is a hell of a lot lower than most you will find out there.
Apart from having implications in the movie Blade Runner (where the company gets its name) we ourselves are somewhat of a unicorn in the fact that we offer a fair price for top tier services. We pretty humble, regardless of how many awards we’ve won.