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Who Can Take a Virtual Conference and Turn it Into a WIN?

The key ingredient to success for any company is its people. So at a time when we are more virtually connected, but more physically and perhaps emotionally separated, how do you recapture your company’s human magic? How can you inspire and invigorate from within? With help from our creative and production teams and some ‘80s flair, Equifax found out.

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Look Listen Acquires Story First Creative

ATLANTA (PRWEB)?JANUARY 26, 2021 Look Listen, a full-service digital marketing agency with offices in Atlanta and Denver, announced today it has completed its acquisition of Story First, an Atlanta-based creative agency that specializes in helping brands, causes and nonprofits tell their story. The acquisition expands the agency’s ability to deliver innovative, one-of-a-kind visual content for its clients.

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Steps Towards Change

Many of us have spent the past several months having difficult conversations. Fewer of us have had these kinds of conversations our entire lives. And while the topic of diversity, equity and inclusion within our company isn’t a new one, the ongoing struggle playing out on our city streets has led us to reexamine our commitment, efforts and room for improvement in combating racism at all levels of our workplace.

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4 Questions with Digital Marketing Expert Jeff Pugel

On October 10, The Marketing Alliance (formerly BMA Colorado) will host Jeff Pugel, founder of Ignition LLC, at Look Listen’s Denver office for the pre-work discussion: Morning Brew: Filling the Funnel — Strategy, Tactics & Tools to Drive Revenue. Ahead of that chat, we were interested in learning more about Pugel and what his experiences have taught him as a digital marketer in this fast-paced industry.

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What You Need to Know about ADA and Websites

First, you should know Domino’s Pizza and Beyoncé are currently facing lawsuits about their websites’ lack of accessibility. We’ll get into that more a little later, but just know that this is no longer an issue you can push off, or a “nice-to-have” feature. There are consequences, and they are now.