• Marketing strategy: Our full-service agency can help you develop a comprehensive marketing strategy that aligns with your business goals. This includes defining your target audience, setting your marketing objectives, and developing a plan to reach your target audience.

  • Creative services: N.A.M. can create all of your marketing materials, from print ads and billboards to website design, audio/video and social media content. We can also help you develop your brand identity and messaging.

  • Media planning and buying: N.A.M. will help you select the right media channels to reach your target audience. We will also negotiate media rates and track the performance of your campaigns.

  • Digital marketing: Our agency can help you with all aspects of digital marketing, including web page development and creation, search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, social media marketing and email marketing.

  • Public relations: N.A.M. will manage your public relations efforts, including media relations, crisis communications, and social media outreach.

  • Measurement and analytics: N.A.M. tracks the performance of your marketing campaigns and measure your return on investment (ROI).

  • Art Direction:
  1. Conceptualization: Collaborating with the creative team to brainstorm and develop innovative ideas for advertising campaigns that effectively communicate the client’s message.
  2. Design Development: Translating conceptual ideas into visually appealing designs across various platforms such as print, digital, and multimedia.
  3. Brand Consistency: Ensuring that all visual elements align with the client’s brand identity and guidelines, maintaining consistency across different advertising materials.
  4. Supervision: Directing and guiding the work of designers, photographers, illustrators, and other creative professionals to ensure the quality and coherence of the final product.
  5. Presentation: Presenting creative concepts and designs to clients, explaining the rationale behind artistic decisions and incorporating feedback to refine and improve the work.
  6. Project Management: Managing multiple projects simultaneously, overseeing timelines, budgets, and resources to ensure that deadlines are met and client expectations are exceeded.
  7. Trend Analysis: Staying updated on current design trends, emerging technologies, and industry developments to incorporate fresh ideas and innovative techniques into advertising campaigns.

Overall, an Art Director plays a crucial role in shaping the visual identity and success of advertising campaigns by combining artistic creativity with strategic thinking and effective communication skills.

The Local Rotation is a group of ads that play across many monitors in your city or state. Any business that participates and hangs a monitor gets an ad in that rotation. Business from around your local area hang monitors in their businesses so they can participate in the Local Rotation. This platform can be deployed for municipalities and states as the ultimate information dissemination system.

  1. In-Game Advertising
  2. Gamified Apps
  3. Interactive Ads and Mini-Games
  4. Social Media Gamification
  5. Loyalty Programs
  6. Advergames
  7. Virtual Reality
  8. Local Gamification

  • Special Promos

  • Recruiting:
  1. Sourcing Candidates: seek out and attracting qualified candidates through various channels such as job boards, social media, networking events, and employee referrals. Use our proprietary technologies to extend reach.
  2. Screening Resumes: Review resumes and applications to assess candidates’ qualifications and suitability for open positions. This may involve comparing candidate qualifications against job requirements and evaluating their work experience, skills, and education.
  3. Conducting Interviews: Conduct initial screenings and interviews to assess candidates’ fit for the role and organization. This can include phone screenings, video interviews, and in-person interviews.
  4. Coordinating Interviews: Schedule interviews between candidates and hiring managers, ensuring that both parties are available and prepared.
  5. Administering Assessments: Create and administer assessments or tests to evaluate candidates’ skills, knowledge, and abilities related to the job.
  6. Providing Feedback: Provide feedback to candidates after interviews and assessments, whether they are moving forward in the hiring process or not.
  7. Managing Applicant: Track and manage candidate applications, update candidate statuses, and ensure compliance with hiring procedures.
  8. Negotiating Job Offers: Negotiate job offers with selected candidates, including discussing salary, benefits, start dates, and other terms of employment.
  9. Building Talent Pools:Maintain relationships with potential candidates and build talent pools for future hiring needs. This involves networking, attending industry events, and engaging with passive candidates.
  10. Ensuring Diversity and Inclusion: Recruiters work to ensure diversity and inclusion in the hiring process by reaching out to diverse candidate pools and promoting inclusive hiring practices.
  11. Collaborating with Hiring Managers: Partner with hiring managers to understand their hiring needs, develop job descriptions, and provide updates on candidate progress.
  12. Employer Branding: We represent the company positively to candidates and promote the employer brand through job postings, social media, and other communication channels.
  13. Compliance with Regulations: We ensure compliance with relevant employment laws and regulations, such as equal employment opportunity (EEO) laws and data privacy regulations.
  14. Reporting and Metrics: They track recruitment metrics such as time-to-fill, cost-per-hire, and candidate satisfaction to assess the effectiveness of recruitment strategies and make data-driven decisions.
  15. Continuous Improvement: N.A.M stays updated on industry trends and best practices in recruitment and continuously seeks ways to improve the recruitment process and candidate experience.

When you talk about a physical location, it could be a grocery store or a coffee shop. Anywhere there is foot traffic, is a possible destination.

A great example of a digital advertising destination would be a web page. If you buys ads on a web page like facebook or ticktock then it would be digital.

Lets talk about advertising in monitors. Monitors can be placed anywhere there are people. They are a great distraction if some one is waiting in line or has a few minutes.

If you have a business with a larger volume of foot traffic, you could be considered for becoming an Advertising Destination for Now Advertising Media. (and for yourself as well).

Here is how it works. You hang our special monitors in your business.

People book spots on the monitors based on the price we all come up with for your specific location. We provide the tech and support as well as potential spot buyers at your destination. You provide the venue.

Now Advertising Media drops the files into your TV remotely. That means if some one wants a spot made for your location, Now Advertising Media makes the spot, gets acceptance of the spot, then drops it into your monitor or monitors. We are very excited about this technology and are happy to be in the front in the deployment of this tech. We believe it will be a game changer in the bottom line of many companies. We invite you to start a chat with us about all the things we can do.

  • Cartoon Map: This promo creates a caricature map of your town.  Up to about 50 businesses can participate.
  • Mental Palace: This style of content marketing combines Content Marketing Blocks and Micro Niching to create the Mental Palace. This is proprietary technology not offered by any other company in the world. There is nothing else like it.