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07.14.14
Chelsea Johnson
Biz Dev Associate
One process that every new hire encounters is onboarding, the training buzzword of the moment. To put it simply, onboarding is how new employees are socialized into an organization. When done correctly, onboarding can lead to higher productivity and satisfaction in job performance. But, most importantly, it provides a company with a chance to convey its identity to the people who will make it great: its new employees. Getting new hires excited about their jobs and their role within an organization will make for a more rewarding experience for everyone involved!

07.08.14
CHRIS RICHARDS
Account Executive
We’re efficient and nimble as a business, and require tech solutions that can keep up with our pace. So when it comes to being efficient, doing more with less, and providing the best service to our clients, we’ve come to rely on a handful of amazing software tools and web apps.

06.30.14
RISA ZELLER
Brand Manager
We've grown a lot recently. This summer, At Media is welcoming five new interns to the team. They all come to us with impressive experience, relentless ambition, and just the right amount of rebellious spirit.

06.16.14
CHRIS RICHARDS
Account Executive
Postgreen Homes' Folsom Powerhouse development project is located off of Fairmount Avenue and 18th Street, in Francisville Philadelphia. The 31 units are modern, eco-friendly custom home projects that promise an affordable price range for a diverse set of dwellers. But the Philly real estate market has entered a newly competitive, healthy market of buyers who need more than just a few key words and decent "upcoming" location to sell them. Thankfully, Postgreen agreed and gave us the free reign to pre-sell the shit out of their Folsom Powerhouse project.

05.15.14
Antoinette Johnson
CEO
We've created a new event series #FoundandFund, that is dedicated to growing a platform where female entrepreneurs can create and run successful startups in Philadelphia and beyond. This starts with education, so the first event was focused on "Female Founders Talk Funding" - best practices and advice on how to fund your business, pitch VC's, create compelling decks and more. All in an effort to help women (and anyone for that matter) learn how to successfully fund their businesses.

05.09.14
Antoinette Johnson
CEO
Have you ever Google searched something and found results that had someone's photo next to the link? This person was designated by Google as an "expert in their field", simply because they learned how to use Google+ authorship code to help search engines find their blog posts and content. We're all sick of About.com, Wikipedia, AskJeeves and these monster content sites taking over search results. I mean how can About.com suddenly be the expert on a huge range of topics from career advice to gardening? Well Google agreed that the domination of search results from these sites was not beneficial for our constant need for information. So they re-programmed their algorithms to seek out thought leaders in their expert industries.

04.17.14
Dylan Garner
Graphic Designer
My good friend and I always joke to ourselves that we are arthletes: the rare combination of artist and athlete. Back in the glory days I sported the number seven jersey as a D1 lacrosse player for the Virginia Tech Hokies (GO HOKIES). The challenge of balancing art and athletics was trying (it often felt like I was part of a reality show), but I found that this departure from the typical designer served me well in my quest of becoming a designer in the real world.

04.16.14
CHRIS RICHARDS
Account Executive
We all know that dogs love to please their owners by following commands. “Sit!” “Stay!” “Roll-over!” “Beg!” These commands are never more than a couple words, and their meanings are clear and distinct. Dogs look for commands that are easy to follow, and most will happily follow if there’s a reward involved. This got me wondering, what can we learn about marketing by thinking like a dog?

04.07.14
KELLY BUCCI
Copywriter
Listicles, slideshows and how-to blog posts are flooding your inbox. You feel overwhelmed by the amount of garbage you have to sort through just to get to the information you were initially searching for. Pretty soon, the amount of content online will surpass the human capacity to consume it, and a majority of it will go unseen and unread. But you've been told that your business must participate in this content marketing phenomenon. So how do you know when you're not just creating content for contents sake? These general guidelines can help you identify when and how to create content that is helpful to your audience.

03.28.14
Tyler Westnedge
Director
Babies and toddlers have the upper hand when it comes to inspiration. As adults we tend to have tunnel vision, and only concentrate on the things “that matter.” The world today requires more attention and focus than ever. Face it: we are competing with computers and robots. While we are laying the tracks and riding the train, infants have open eyes, no blinders on, and are absorbing their surroundings. Sometimes inspiration comes from the most unexpected places. Today, take lessons from a baby.

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