1. Guy with Camera

    LinkedIn Image Dimensions Update

    Imagery has proven, time and time again, to be a vital element of catching your audience’s eye; this does not change when it comes to your company’s social media profiles. Many social media channels contain page-spanning images that add a huge opportunity to quickly draw attention and add some branding flair to your page. Unfortunately,…

  2. Foxtail Coffee Co.: Stirring Up a Buzz

    Few things stir my soul more than my first cup of coffee in the morning. It’s a full-sensory experience– aromatic grounds and cool cream, the sound of grinding beans, the almost-too-hot first sip and artistic aesthetics of a cup that’s poured just right. I could go on, but I’m getting thirsty and my leg has…

  3. Online Reviews

    How to Monitor Your Business’s Online Reviews

    Let’s time travel. Do you remember the feeling you got as soon as you finished a big test? Regardless of how you think you did, there was still a bit of excited tension (mostly panic in my case) in not knowing what your grade would be. Think you did terribly? Maybe you got lucky with…

  4. Findsome & Winmore Growth

    Findsome & Winmore Experiences Exceptional Growth In 2016

    ORLANDO, FLA. (Jan. 11, 2017) – After experiencing unprecedented growth in 2015, Findsome & Winmore, the classic digital marketing agency that helps clients “find and win” new customers, had a successful 2016 with the addition of new employees and new clients. The agency, which just wrapped up a prosperous fourth quarter, announced today the addition…

  5. Wikipedia for Business

    Does Your Business Belong on Wikipedia?

    You’ve heard it before: “Wikipedia is not a credible source.” Five years ago as a diligent college student, hunkered down at my corner library desk, I would have agreed with this statement. (Side note: yes, only five years ago. Stop judging.) But after having many clients ask me, “Should my company have a Wikipedia page?”…

  6. Design Trends

    Design Trends to Leave and Embrace in 2017

    From your favorite small-time, local podcast to the mocha-peddling monolith you frequent for non-fat cinnaspice lattes, every brand relies on design. Regardless of size, industry or language, the visual medium never loses its importance, and it’s something that we, as creatives, pay special attention to at every opportunity. Yes, we’re the annoying people who overanalyze…

  7. 5 Tips for Navigating Trade Show Press

    Participating in an industry trade show can be an excellent tactic for getting your company, product or service in front of a targeted group of key influencers. While trade show participants most certainly understand the importance of having a presence on the show floor, many feel at a loss when it comes to interacting with…

  8. Volunteer

    ThanksGIVING: Clients Who Inspire Through Charity

    Thanksgiving, a holiday generally involving expressions of gratitude, charitable acts and lots and lots of turkey, has been a popular staple for many years. It definitely has a way of bringing out the best in people, inspiring some individuals to want to give and help those that are in need. Luckily for us at Findsome…

  9. Baldwin Park Streets

    A Non-Resident’s Guide to Baldwin Park

    Baldwin Park is sort of a world between worlds. Nestled near Downtown Orlando, up the road from UCF and a bike ride from the Audubon Park Garden District, Milk District, Mills 50 and more, this big-little neighborhood is basically the cold cuts in a best-of-Orlando sandwich. But what’s actually within this suburban sanctuary? As it…

  10. Typewriter

    Should I Double Space After a Period?

    Nope. No, you absolutely should not. OK, so there’s more to it than that, and some of you may have no idea that this is even an issue. Let me explain a bit. Double spacing after a period was once the norm in the days before computers and modern printers were standard office equipment. When…

  11. Six Steps to Successful Crisis Management

    The evolution of social media has changed the pace at which we receive information. Technology research and analysis firm Gigaom noted that Twitter has turned the 24-hour news cycle into a two-hour news cycle that constantly resets itself. It’s no wonder, then, that news organizations are on a steady quest to be “first” … sometimes…

  12. Mind Your Business: The Intricacies of Writing and Marketing for Financial Services

    Business is, well, big business, so it should come as no surprise that an important segment of our clients at Findsome & Winmore include the suit-and-tie-clad savants who provide various financial services to major business-based clients across the country. Though we serve our clients with equal amounts of ample T.L.C., it should be known that…

  13. 8 Football Tips That Inspire Marketing Touchdowns

    For some, the fall season means changing leaves, a cool kiss of autumn air and a warm #PSL by your side. However, for others (like me), it signifies the time to agonize over fierce rivalries, colorful face paint and tasty tailgating. There is nothing quite like football, is there? Regardless of whether or not you…

  14. creative brief meme

    Creative Briefs: Not Just a Classic Agency Go-To

    This blog post written over a year ago still says true. Creative briefs are a must-do in the world of marketing and advertising. Need proof? Read on… Creative briefs aren’t just for the 1950’s Sterling Cooper ad agency, so before you corral your designer/writer/creative wizard for work, stop, take a deep breath and create a creative brief…

  15. Blog Post Checklist

    Check, Please!: One Writer’s Blog Post Checklist

    You see that overly serious woman at the typewriter down there? Yes, her, in what appears to be a hazy nook, probably situated between a quaint haberdashery and a sleepy pub, tucked somewhere abouts London or Cork. This, my friends, is what many people fantasize as a writer’s life. It is also patently false (unless you’re…

  16. Man Reading Newspaper

    Do I Really Need a Press Release?

    For many companies, “public relations” is synonymous with “press release”. What these companies often fail to realize, however, is that a press release is not a surefire way to garner press for your company; in fact, in some cases, a press release can actually be detrimental to your media relations efforts. This isn’t to say,…