envisionit media is proud to announce that once again we are looking to add new members into our team. We turn to our friends, clients and partners in efforts to help place talented individuals into our agency. We welcome any referrals you may be able to provide!
Optimizing your website first for your customer and second for search engines, is crucial to your interactive marketing strategy. Keep your site visitors happy, and the search engines will follow! We provide a few tips from our Chicago based interactive marketing firm.
If your business is still not on foursquare, let us help you get into the game! Check out this free social media based tool to help promote your business location.
We’d like to put a bug in your ear about our newest client, H.D. Hudson, a global company specializing in consumer and professional sprayers and dusters since 1905.
We are very excited to announce a new client onboard with the envisionit media family, the NTN Bearing Corporation of America!
We used Google Insights to test out some popular phrases in our industry – interactive marketing, online marketing, website marketing, etc. Read on to learn the results!
Ready or not, the mobile web will surpass desktop in less than three years. As users flock to new devices and capabilities, businesses are racing to meet a whole new set of needs and expectations. And mobile is proving to be a boon to businesses that are quick on the uptake.
If you are currently managing your organization’s paid search campaigns on Google, you may or may not be familiar with the latest and greatest improvements made recently to encourage visitors to click on your ads and continue on to your site or landing pages. If you’re not familiar with the changes, here is a quick […]
To celebrate, envisionit media is inviting all you to play the Mama-Rama Mother’s Day Game on Facebook. Just follow the link below, and see if you can match envisionit media’s own Agents of Action up with their real moms.
Our recycled notepads are one of the ways we are reaching this goal! Instead of tossing out all the paper we inevitably go through during a day of work, we keep it, cut it to size, and assemble it into notepads.