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Famous Cars and Their Decals

Posted on September 28th, 2014

Some televisiomystery-machinen shows and movies only last in the public legacy because of their unforgettable cars and those cars’ unforgettable decorations. Car decals give cars personality and meaning beyond just their make and model; thus, filmmakers love putting some pizazz on their cars with fancy stripes or interesting stickers.

From futuristic models to classic cars, here’s a list of the most famous and famously decorated cars in movie and television history. If any of these are particularly important to you, you can pay them tribute with some custom car stickers without breaking the more….



How to Create a Cut Path in Adobe Illustrator

Posted on September 19th, 2014

How To Add A Cut Path in IllustratorA cut path is a closed vector path in your design file that tells the cutter where to cut around your sticker. Some stickers have simple shapes for cut paths, like circles, squares and ovals. Die Cut stickers have a cut path that follows the outline of your artwork or logo, and can cut right up to the design edge or leave a small contrasting border around the outside of the design’s shape. All stickers must have a cut path included in their design file and can be created in the same image editing software used to design your artwork. more….



What the Ice Bucket Challenge Teaches About Marketing

Posted on September 15th, 2014

als-ice-bucket-challengeUnless you live under a rock, you’ve seen more than a few ice bucket challenge videos. However, just in case you somehow missed it, at the beginning of the summer the ALS association started the challenge on various social media websites to garner donations for the fight against amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease — a degenerative disease that affects motor neuron cells in the brain and spinal cord. The challenge asked participants to either donate to the ALS association to fund research into treatments and cures for the disease — or else dump a bucket of ice water over themselves for all the world to see.

While more people chose to drench themselves with ice water than to donate to the organization, the program was still a definite win for ALS. The association certainly received more donations than they otherwise would have, but what is significantly more important is that the challenge informed virtually everyone on social media about the disease and programs to stop its progress. This was one of the most successful marketing campaigns for a non-profit in recent memory.




How to Discourage Road Rage in Your Fellow Drivers

Posted on September 14th, 2014

road-rageDriving can be dangerous. You may be a safe and lawful driver, but there’s no telling what kind of drivers you’ll confront during any routine trip to the grocery store or during your commute to and from work every day. Too many drivers are rude or angry, and the road rage they exhibit places them and you in harm’s way.

Although you can never predict exactly what you’ll encounter on the road, it is advisable to learn and put into effect a few tricks to mitigating road rage in your fellow drivers. All of
these steps are easy, and most more….



The 4 Sacred Tenants of B2B Marketing

Posted on September 7th, 2014

4-sacred-tenantsBusinesses who are trying to attract the attention of fellow businesses to make a profit often feel like they have a whole different ball game when it comes to marketing. After all, you are trying to advertise to whole companies instead of just the wallet-heavy individual consumer.

Companies tend to be more discerning in their choices, and their accountants try their hardest to cut spending as much as possible, making it hard to get your foot in the door to show off the benefits of your products of services.