Can marketers learn from the techniques that hip hop artists use? I say the answer is emphatically, YES! No, I am not saying that you should start using the technique of using cuss words, don’t be that closed minded, keep reading and see what I am talking about. Take the rapper Drake as my example. He’s got a catchy song called “Over,” which has been on the airwaves for several months and has crossed over to mainstream radio. Why has it done so? Well check out what he’s done. Some of his techniques are similar to what we tell businesses to do on their website everyday! In the second verse, he makes mention of not one, but three Continue reading
Monthly Archives: September 2010
Can B2B Marketers learn something from Hip Hop Musicians? YES!
Filed under blog, Internet Marketing, Marketing
Want to know about all the changes that Facebook is constantly making? Here is a great link that will keep you updated.
The link includes box sizes, iframes, and more. Have fun!
Filed under Design Tips, Facebook
Camera Raw – Adobe Photoshop CS5 makes me wanna dance!
How many of you have ever wanted to do some cool editing of photo’s like the professionals do? Well, Adobe CS5 has given us the tools to do it without all the techy stuff! And OOOO EEMM GEEE it is so cool, you are going to want to keep this such a secret! You know how I am though, I love giving as much information away to my readers as possible. So when I saw this one, I had to post up right away. Okay, here’s how it works. Open up your version of Adobe Photoshop CS5. Continue reading
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Creating a Mask in Adobe Illustrator CS3 or CS5
Masking lets you create a stencil effect. You can cover an object with a masking object, so that the image only looks through the shape of the masked item. You can have many paths as masks and can have multiple masks on a page, although, multiple or complex masks could cause printing problems.
Making a mask:
Draw the item you want to mask
Now place on top of these objects your masking object (or mask)
Select both the objects and the mask.
Go to the Object menu and choose Clipping Masks, Make:
You can use your selection tools to move your mask or the objects around and change how the mask looks.
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