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Three Steps to Building Good Mobile-First Design

It’s no secret that consumers are increasingly online and on the go. In addition, as technology advances, screens and devices are becoming smaller and more

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Immunity in Our Community

The COVID-19 vaccine has been deemed an essential tool in the fight to end the pandemic. As doses are distributed and guidelines continuously change, the

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5 Tips for Reconnecting with Customers

Now “Re-Open:” 5 Tips for Reconnecting with Customers

After more than a year of tiered restrictions and limited capacities, we’re finally experiencing California’s Great Reopening. Due to our well-established results only work environment

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Award-Winning, Innovative Creative in an Interesting Year

It is always nice to be recognized by peers for the work we do. But getting that recognition during a year filled with change and

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Batteries Not Included

When you’re a kid, finding out your brand new toy doesn’t come with batteries is a tough blow.  When you’re a grown-up, finding out your

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How JP Uses CliftonStrengths to Create a Collaborative, Strengths-Based Culture

I love my job. Not just the daily tasks—which fulfill my odd obsession with numbers, spreadsheets, to-do lists, and problem solving—but the dedicated, passionate and

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#JPWinsight: Stepping Into A New Role

At JP Marketing, we like to acknowledge all wins no matter how big or small. So whether it’s nailing a client presentation or simply collaborating

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How to Have a Successful Day

Success has different meanings to different people. While it’s really easy to get caught up in the many distractions of the world, I’ve decided to

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Eye on #JPWinsight

We’re a month into the new year, and I don’t know about you, but it feels like everyone’s going 65 in a school zone. Birthdays,

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Memories, Milestones & Mindfulness

The 25th Anniversary of my first born, JP Marketing, has officially come and gone. At the celebratory soiree, old photo albums were sprawled on tables

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