We’ve all heard about Millennials, Gen Xers and Baby Boomers – the generational mainstays that comprise the bulk of the American people. But when it comes to the Silent Generation (consisting of those born between 1928 and 1945), the discourse among the general public has been, well, largely silent.
If you love something, set it free. If it comes back to you, it was meant to be! This may be a cliché, but it holds true when it comes to image.works’ senior copywriter Kim Ziehr. From entry-level copywriter, straight out of college, to head of an entire department, this is Kim’s journey with image.works.
It’s official – the new year is here! We’re excited for what 2020 will bring, but before we get swept up in the new decade, we wanted to take a moment to look back at our highlights from 2019. It was a year filled with incredible achievements, new adventures and, of course, a whole lot of great marketing. Check it out!
Here at image.works, we celebrated the holiday season with a gift exchange and delicious meal. It was a lot of fun! We hope you also enjoy your celebrations and savor time with family and friends. Season’s greetings to you from the very merry image.works team!
Social media is becoming increasingly important in personal communication, marketing and business in general. We can all easily connect online with family, friends, our favorite restaurants and retailers, and more. At image.works, we’re using social media to connect with you – and now you can find us on Instagram!
Let’s face it – raising money for your educational institution isn’t an easy task. And it’s made even more difficult when you consider the fact that your school only serves a select group – meaning that unlike large charities and organizations that can seek support nationwide, you’re much more limited in the scope of people from whom you can reasonably request financial contributions.
Just like that, the holidays are nearing, Q4 is in full swing, and soon you’ll be tasked with answering some big questions about the year ahead. Undoubtedly, you’ll be faced with some questions about future marketing goals and plans. Before the panic sets in and objectives, strategies and tactics haunt you at night, take a step back. Ask yourself some questions and reflect on 2019.