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Shopping for a Center App? You Should Be

by CJ Jordan Kicking around the idea of an app for your shopping center but not totally sold on the concept? Let us provide you with five great reasons on why your center can benefit from having its own app solution: 1. Make it easy for your customers - These days we are all about instant gratification and needing everything all at once. Why not provide that experience for your shoppers in an easy-to-use mobile app? Give your shoppers a concise view of the current promotions, allow... Read More
Posted by CJ Jordan at Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Five Reasons Your Attraction Needs An App

by CJ Jordan In this digital age, it is vital to constantly reevaluate your communications methods in order to stay in touch with your audiences. What better way to have access to that audience while allowing them to, in turn, have total access to your attraction than reaching them via the device already in their pocket (or hand)? 1. People prefer apps - According to the latest mobile statistics, in 2013, 80% of the time a user spends on their device is within an app. More... Read More
Posted by CJ Jordan at Thursday, November 21, 2013

Five Reasons Your Attraction Needs An App

By: Christopher Jordan In this digital age, it is vital to constantly reevaluate your communications methods in order to stay in touch with your audiences. What better way to have access to that audience while allowing them to, in turn, have total access to your attraction than reaching them via the device already in their pocket (or hand)? 1. People prefer apps - According to the latest mobile statistics, in 2013, 80% of the time a user spends on their device is within an app. More... Read More
Posted by CJ Jordan at Thursday, November 21, 2013

Memphis Digital Agency Adds One, Expands Capabilities

Hi, my name is Kiersten and this is the first time you will have seen me post on the Speak blog, but it certainly won’t be the last. Please allow me to introduce myself as the twentieth team member here at Speak: Digital Marketing and PR Specialist. It’s an exciting, new position created to offer additional services from this already top tier digital agency, such as strategic content writing, public relations, media placement, as well as social media strategy and implementation.  My goals... Read More
Posted by Kiersten Bagley at Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Memphis Digital Agency Adds One, Expands Capabilities

by Kiersten Bagley Hi, my name is Kiersten and this is the first time you will have seen me post on the Speak blog, but it certainly won’t be the last. Please allow me to introduce myself as the twentieth team member here at Speak: Digital Marketing and PR Specialist. It’s an exciting, new position created to offer additional services from this already top tier digital agency, such as strategic content writing, public relations, media placement, as well as social media strategy and... Read More
Posted by Kiersten Bagley at Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Speak Growth Covered in Memphis Daily News

Speak Creative Grows With Client Needs Andy Meek, reporter at the Memphis Daily News, recently sat down with Jacob  to discuss Speak's growth and the reasons behind it.  Speak Creative, a Memphis-based Web design and interactive agency, has already added a few people this year to its staff. And thanks to an influx of requests from local businesses looking to take their digital offerings to a new level, Speak owner and president Jacob Savage expects to add a few... Read More
Posted by Kiersten Bagley at Monday, September 30, 2013

From the sales desk: Scrolling Drama

As one of the sales guys here at Speak, I hear what I suspect web designers worldwide hear some version of on a pretty regular basis: "We're looking to design a website. We want it to be awesome, but we want to make sure the user doesn't have to scroll. We want everything above the fold." I bet I hear that comment at least once a week as I talk with potential clients. The underlying intention of the "above the fold" statement by a client is definitely worth hearing. What they mean is: We... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Tuesday, September 17, 2013

From the sales desk: Scrolling Drama

As one of the sales guys here at Speak, I hear what I suspect web designers worldwide hear some version of on a pretty regular basis: "We're looking to design a website. We want it to be awesome, but we want to make sure the user doesn't have to scroll. We want everything above the fold." I bet I hear that comment at least once a week as I talk with potential clients. The underlying intention of the "above the fold" statement by a client is definitely worth hearing. What they mean is: We... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Feature Friday: Muddy's Bake Shop

This week we're going to be taking a little bit more extended look into a site for an organization that many of you know and love, Muddy's Bake Shop! The Muddy's website launched a bit earlier in the year and has been a tremendous upgrade to Muddy's overall digital presence aesthetically, functionally and socially. Design The new Muddy's website fully embraces the whimsical aesthetic for which Muddy's is known. Hand-drawn elements, fun textures, light-hearted font choices and (of... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Friday, September 13, 2013

Feature Friday: Muddy's Bake Shop

This week we're going to be taking a little bit more extended look into a site for an organization that many of you know and love, Muddy's Bake Shop! The Muddy's website launched a bit earlier in the year and has been a tremendous upgrade to Muddy's overall digital presence aesthetically, functionally and socially. Design The new Muddy's website fully embraces the whimsical aesthetic for which Muddy's is known. Hand-drawn elements, fun textures, light-hearted font choices and (of... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Friday, September 13, 2013