Its that time of year again.
The time when everyone and their dog, cat and goldfish makes their predictions about what the biggest trends will be in the coming year. And, like every year, its a shot in the dark. Sometimes those predictions are right, sometimes they’re horribly wrong.
That being said, this year I say we crowdsource the whole prediction thing. I’d like to know what you, dear readers, think will be the big trends in 2010, and any predictions you’d like to make.
2009 is almost done crumbling to the ground, and that shiny new toy that is 2010 still looks good in the display case. But before you go thinking that things are going to turn on a dime, take a few minutes to read the latest piece from Bart Cleveland on the Ad Age Small Agency Diary. In it, he offers some good advice on How to Roll Strong Into 2010, such as:
Communicate. Not much good to talk about? You’re not looking hard enough. Even if it is how great everyone is being in the face of hardship, talk about it in your staff meetings, e-mails, etc.
Walk and talk. The economy can’t kill what makes your agency a great place to work; only you can. It has no effect on your imagination or your will to succeed; only you do. It can’t keep you from smiling, or patting someone on the back. Move around your office and talk to everyone at least once a day.
Take a few minutes and give it a read. You’ll be glad you did.
Mike Gibson has joined Stoltz Marketing Group as Director of Client Services. Prior to this role, he was a Senior Account Manager with Wirestone, and also held positions with MicronPC and Qwest.
JJ O’Dell has joined DaviesMoore as a Media Buyer. Prior to joining DaviesMoore, he was the marketing coordinator for the state’s largest auto auction.
JJ is a graduate of the University of Idaho.
An unidentified production company in Idaho Falls has an opening for a Web / Graphic Designer. From their Craigslist job listing:
Idaho Falls production company is looking for an individual with web and graphic design expertise . He/she will require experience in designing and developing web pages, micro-sites, landing pages, online forms, HTML email and have extensive graphic design experience, preferably in a web-to-print environment. Ideal candidate will have the ability to understand business requirements and translate them into a web product. Must be able to work out of Idaho Falls office.