by Jay Joyce, President/CEO - Oct 20, 2016As recent as three years ago, the majority of the emphasis for digital marketing was on pushing traffic toward desktop access for brand websites and digital assets.
by Jay Joyce, President/CEO - Sep 21, 2016Digital marketing managers and team members are excited about the emergence of a new and sophisticated analytics tool called Google Data Studio that takes complex data analytics and expresses them with beautiful and easy to understand graphics.
Success in Merging Digital Marketing with Real People
by Jay Joyce, President/CEO - Aug 22, 2016What does it take to break through the digital noise of advertising clutter and awful digital ads? The more we advance with the use of technology, the more we embrace effective relationship building skills from the past.
by Jay Joyce, President/CEO - Aug 12, 2016The Idea People have launched a new website for the UpROAR Leadership Academy, whose mission is to develop leaders of tomorrow within a
structured quasi-military environment beginning in 2017.
by Jay Joyce, President/CEO - Jul 19, 2016Digital marketing is creating opportunities for brands and businesses to present marketing messages in fun and interactive elements that have not been available previously.
by Jay Joyce, President/CEO - Jun 15, 2016The web design industry needs to pivot and begin offering clients a more stable, reliable and experienced product, especially as the lines between web, mobile and digital technologies continue to blur.
by Jay Joyce, President/CEO - May 22, 2016Google has just unveiled an exciting new technology that allows Android mobile app developers here at The Idea People to seamlessly connect web links to places inside your Android apps.
by Bill McCown - May 01, 2016Successful digital marketing agencies, like The Idea People, are proactively pivoting with branding projects to control client spin, reputation and image while preserving vital sales channels.
by Jay Joyce, President/CEO - Apr 24, 2016Everybody knows that mobile usage has surpassed that of desktop. But does that mean that the desktop, along with our 22-inch displays, could be on the verge of death?