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Celebrating a Milestone
Many brands miss the opportunity to leverage a milestone in their content strategy. Here’s how one company did it – and very successfully!
Snapchat Joins the Augmented Reality Game
We got our hands on a new pair of Snapchat Spectacles and they did not disappoint. Here’s what we thought.
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Where the Magic Happens
The relationship between digital and creative is a powerful one. Here are some tips for working together.
No Story Too Big
There’s no story too big to tell – including building the World’s largest airport.
Two Minutes of Jam-Packed Video Content
Watch our latest video reel and see what our clients are doing to add video to their content marketing.
The Art of the Digital Welcome
Three key opportune moments for companies to welcome new customers to their brand.
Are You a Video Geek? This One’s for You.
We joined 100,000 people at the National Association of Broadcasters convention.
A Sweeping Success
When your marketable database increases by 135 percent, you did something right.
How Mike Rowe Gained 4 Million Followers
Here’s how Mike Rowe gained so many Facebook followers — and you can too.
A video message for our new AMIN partner in Beijing, China.
Custom Simantel Kicks
We snagged this one-of-a-kind sneaker from our AMIN partner, WRW United.
Our Guests Review Peoria
Does AMIN play in Peoria? Global visitors talk about our food, sights & people.
Peoria: Going Places
Why Peoria? This video was developed to help regional employers attract talent.
Expanding Your Reach
Working with a global group of creative leaders to showcase the AMIN network.
Time to Shine
Simantel teamed up with AMIN partners to develop key award show materials.
Hard Work Into Hardware
Our motion graphics team’s hard work continues to be recognized.