Category: Public Relations
Thursday, February 15, 2018The SGAC was ready for a new website. Our team dove in and put all our skills to work, gave them a fresh new logo. The new branding reflects this fresh new look on the arts in our community. Step two was to create a companion website where users could easily interact with upcoming events, resources ....
Categories: Brand Identity, Marketing, Public Relations, Responsive, Web Blog, Web Design, Web Development
Thursday, February 8, 2018The one aspect of social media platforms are that they can change how they decide to work at any point. Facebook's changes to how posts will appear in it's social feed. This platform is a big piece of the pie in terms of where organizations reach their audiences.
Categories: Email Marketing, Marketing, Public Relations, Social Media, Web Design
Thursday, December 8, 2016The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) states that businesses cannot discriminate against individuals with disabilities. In recent news, we have learned that some South Dakota businesses have been targeted by out-of-state law firms regarding discrimination towards individuals with disabilities.
Categories: Public Relations, Web Design, Web Development
Wednesday, December 7, 2016Our goal is always to create a site that is above all else, user-friendly. Having a responsive site that adapts to all screen sizes is one of the most important things you can do to increase engagement on mobile platforms and devices.
Categories: Brand Identity, Public Relations, Responsive, SEO/SEM, Web Blog, Web Design
Monday, December 15, 2014It has been proven that people give to charities at the end of the year. For individuals, the end of the year is often a time to make up for not giving during the rest of the year, or it can be a time to spend the remainder of your charitable giving budget before the start of the new year.
Categories: Email Marketing, Marketing, Public Relations
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
The staff at Factor 360 would like to wish you all a wonderful Thanksgiving Weekend! We will be closed to spend time giving thanks with our families.
As you are making your gift lists for friends and family, consider purchasing gifts locally from small businesses, don't be distracted by big box retailers who have spent so much competing for your attention. Here's why. Take the state of our economy into consideration, buying local could be the best decision you could make. For example, according to the Andersonville Study of Retail Economics, local business generates 70 percent more local economic activity per square foot than big box retail.
Our environment also benefits from your decision to shop from local businesses. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), industrial pollution is responsible for almost 50 percent of the pollution present in the United States. Shopping locally helps cut down on processing, packaging and transportation waste, leading to less pollution. Overall, buying local is a chance to support the growing Maker Movement, meet talented artisans and small business owners who take great pride in their work, experience handmade, one-of-a-kind and meaningful gifts and support your community. Consider this, and the stats in this infographic, when deciding where to make your purchases this year.
Are you a local company looking to increase your marketing this season? Contact Us!
Categories: eCommerce, Email Marketing, Marketing, Public Relations, Social Media