The online world we live in is becoming increasingly small, forcing groups who wouldn’t normally interact to come face-to-clown face. Type any three letters into a search engine and you’re bound to get some interesting results. “HRW” gets Human Rights Watch and Hydro Review Worldwide. “VUA” finds a sandwich shop and the Visegrad University Association. Recently a Read More.
Let’s face it. I have the best job. I have the good fortune to work with successful businesses, great clients and new projects every day, not to mention some of the most talented people in the advertising industry. Being surrounded by greatness means I have to stay on my toes and adapt to whatever is Read More.
By now, you’ve likely noticed that one of the most familiar icons on your phone has changed, drastically. Instagram announced their rebrand via this blog piece published on May 11, 2016. The article provides Instagram’s reasoning behind the updated logo and user interface. The internet is sounding off on Instagram’s new look, and Access figured we’d Read More.
By Kelsey Blevins, SEO Specialist When Snapchat was first released in September 2011, it was widely viewed as the app the “kids” used to do some not so appropriate things due to it’s self-destructing capability. Today, Snapchat has a fraction of the user base Facebook commands, but it’s the fastest growing of any social network. Read More.
By Jeremy Butterfield, Director of Public Relations Like any good Roanoker, I love to hear positive economic news coming out of our region, but I especially appreciate it when that good news involves craft beer. Not surprisingly, our office is thrilled with the announcement that Oregon-based Deschutes Brewery chose Roanoke as the site for its Read More.
By Kelsey Blevins, SEO Specialist Ten years ago, on March 21, 2006, Twitter was born. But not as the social media giant we know it to be today. You couldn’t log into Twitter on your desktop or phone and fire off tweets; instead you had to send an SMS message to the number 40404. These Read More.