Posts from // May 2012

Envisionit Welcomes Senior Graphic Designer, Hannah!

It’s not everyday someone as talented as Hannah comes by. She’s a self-taught designer with a writing and development background, working on concepting, designing, and occasionally coding creative projects with us. Sitting down and creating layouts, making graphics, brainstorming design strategy, and designing how user interactions work is why she loves being a designer. And […]

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The Rules to Respectful Retargeting

Retargeting is an alluring tactic for all digital marketers.  By simply placing a “cookie” on the website visitor, a company can market to that visitor after they have left their website.  Companies now know who has visited their site and can remarket to them once they have left their website. Through retargeting, the advertiser can […]

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Creative Visions Foundation and EIM Spread the Word About Creative Activism

The following post is a guest contribution from Trevor Hall, President and CEO of the Creative Visions Foundation. Creative Visions has partnered with Envisionit Media to tell our most important story: our own. For the past six months, Creative Visions Foundation (CVF) has collaborated with Envisionit to help more people get involved with creative activism. […]

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Please Welcome Our New Digital Media Director, Molly

We’re thrilled to introduce Molly Hop, envisionit media’s new Digital Media Director. Molly has previously held leadership roles at agencies such as Starcom Media Vest Group, Critical Mass and Razorfish. She’s championed digital strategies and driven results for a variety of brands including General Motors, Mercedes Benz, Kellogg’s, Moen, and Best Buy. Besides bringing wonderful […]

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On Paid Search Advertising & Jelly Beans

If you’re considering running paid search ads for your business, it’s important to take the time to ask yourself the right questions and do some research before diving in. This may be an obvious statement, but it’s important to stress given some dangerous assumptions that get made about paid search. For example, a jelly bean […]

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