Posts from // March 2013

St. Patty’s Day at Envisionit Media

Last Friday, 3/15, was a fun day at Envisionit.  We thought we would embrace the holiday fun of St. Patrick’s Day here at the office, so we started our weekend a little early with a little agency gathering. Of course we provided the finest Irish libations for our employees.  Guinness…

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The Unpredictable Scrollbar

Until recently, scrolling through a website was a routine action that was so natural that it required little thought. For even the least savvy computer user, thinking about scrolling was as unnecessary as thinking about breathing. Breathe in, breathe out. Scroll up, scroll down. Enter Apple’s Lion operating system in…

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Facebook’s News Feed Gets a Facelift

Facebook gets a facelift! During a press conference today, March 7, Facebook’s CEO- Mark Zuckerberg- announced new changes to the Facebook news feed that will be rolling out today.  Facebook hopes these changes will make news feeds more personal for each user.  Zuckerberg stated, “We want to give the world the…

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Quick Tricks: Writing for Websites

Building a perfect, profit-generating, customer-pleasing, visually beautiful website requires a variety of skills. One of those skills is writing, which is easier said than done. But luckily there are several tricks that dramatically improve anyone’s web writing. Think about what’s important When someone lands on your site, what do you…

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SEO is Not Dead

There’s been more than a few “SEO is dead” blog posts circulating the online world lately. I knew it was a phenomenon when my Dad, with concern in his voice, asked me if it was true that SEO is dead. It’s OK Dad, I still have a job. He piqued…

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Meet Matt, Our New Account Director/Detroit Fan

When Envisionit Media needed a new account director, we had two requirements: Vast digital experience with worldwide brands Encyclopedic knowledge of Saved by the Bell trivia It wasn’t easy, but eventually we found Matt Elliott. Having spent the last 12 years agency-side, Matt has seen the good, bad and ugly…

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