Our team at Infomedia is always happy to see clients in the news, and it’s even better when we can celebrate by opening an ice-cold Coca-Cola.
Ever dreamed of networking with other advertising professionals while listening to soothing rock tunes and playing bingo? Well, now is your chance!
TechBirmingham CEO and President Jennifer Skjellum plans to step down in October
Douglas County, Colorado took home first place honors in the 2017 Digital Counties Survey!
At Infomedia, we love our clients — and they do it all, from making donuts (like The Heavenly Donut Co.) to engineering complicated machinery (like Louis Allis). We design sites for non-profits, municipalities, financial organizations and companies big and small … and we love learning about the incredible products our partners are creating.
Adding certifications and awards to your website can attract government entities and other business partners — here are our tips and best practices for adding certifications to your website.
Roll out the red carpet and break open the champagne — we’re celebrating because the website we designed with Douglas County, Colorado, placed in the Top Ten for digital innovations in the bracket for counties their size.
Take H2 Real Estate’s Downtown Birmingham Loft Tour on April 30 to tour 14 lofts in downtown Birmingham and enjoy time at their Marketplace featuring food trucks & pop-up shops.
We’re so excited for our client Sarah Parcak, a “space archaeologist” who was awarded a $1 million TED prize for 2016.
Every day of November, we’re going to feature a different client and tell you a little about what we love about them or their site for our Thanksgiving-inspired project, 30 Days of Thanks.
From Taziki’s to Iron Tribe to Outpost Pictures, it’s that time again to spotlight our wonderful, highly successful clients who’ve had successes so big they’ve hit the news lately.
Normally, each month we spotlight one client who has been in the news for various reasons. But as I started looking for a client to feature this month, I noticed tons of our clients are doing great things. It was too hard to pick just one. So this month, we’re changing it up a little […]
There’s a common expression that says you can’t bottle success — but after watching all the good things happening to Coca-Cola United Bottling Company, I’m not so sure. This Birmingham-based business is a client of ours, and we’ve loved working with them and creating a site that works for their bottling plants. Now that site is poised to get a lot more traffic, because United is expanding their bottling operations to Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
We love supporting our clients in all aspects of their businesses, but when a client ventures outside of their current job to pursue their own creative dreams, we get really excited. And, that’s exactly what longtime Birmingham entertainment attorney, Stacey Davis, is doing with her latest project, The Sibling Code. Not only did Davis write […]
When it comes to copywriting, being funny and relatable can go a long way. Our copywriter breaks down 6 tips for better copy with examples from Taziki’s online menu: “It’s a good idea for companies to create copy with a personality. It makes them more relatable to customers, and it makes their products more memorable — if I can get you to laugh at a chicken salad joke, you’re more likely to remember the chicken salad. The key to making this strategy work, though, is to be sure the product information is clear; it doesn’t matter if your customers get the joke if they forget what the product is.”
We’re excited to see our client Taziki’s listed as the first REAL Certified national franchise. The REAL Certification is kind of like a grading system for how healthy and fresh a restaurant is — it’s a national standard for foodservice nutrition and sustainability. When you see a restaurant with the REAL stamp of approval, you know that an independent organization has vetted them, and that terms like “healthy” and “made-from-scratch” are true and not just buzzwords.
Carrie Rollwagen used crowdfunding & social media to publish her book, The Localist, and it’s taking Birmingham by storm.
For the second year, Google has awarded one city in each state the Google eCity award. This award represents the strongest online business community in that particular state. Along with independent research firm Ipsos MORI, Google analyzed the online strength of local small businesses in cities in all fifty states and the city with the […]
O’Henry’s Coffee is honored on the Business Insider list, put together from a web search of mentions and reviews of coffee shops in every state.
Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe has just been named one of the 50 fastest growing restaurant chains in the nation by Restaurant Business Online.
Taziki’s is embracing social media on their new website, loading customers’ hashtagged posts into the site.
We’ll miss Harmony Landing, but we’re happy for owner Rilla Foley’s new adventure!
A successful online business allowed this children’s consignment boutique to expand into a physical store as well.
Infomedia is happy to see any of our clients succeed and grow, and we’re even happier when we can celebrate that growth with a cup of coffee and a slice of strawberry cake.
It’s hard to create marketing emails that aren’t pushy, but Swoozie’s is right on target with fun, festive messages every time.
The city of Pelham is about to get a little more style when our client, Summer Classics, renovates their new building.
Check out how one of our clients, Alabama Launchpad, is helping small businesses in Alabama and how they have plans to grow the organization this year to help even more.
Using the web to maximize results for the Birmingham region.
Signature Homes’ targeted keyword ranking in Google has seen an increase in first page rankings in only one month.