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Collette Liantonio Gets Inducted into the 2018 New Jersey Advertising Hall of Fame

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Concepts Video is proud to announce that our Creative Director and fearless leader, Collette Liantonio, will be inducted into the 2018 New Jersey Advertising Hall of Fame later this year. Since 1983, Collette and her company have been a force to be reckoned with in the advertising community, and the team is honored to be a part of 30+ years of success.

 

The New Jersey Advertising Hall of Fame has inducted over 50 professionals from all areas of expertise, including marketing, media, and public relations.

 

There are many qualifications that are required to be nominated for this recognition and we are lucky enough to work under a leader who meets them all. Collette shows outstanding leadership skills, creativity, professional integrity, and so much more, which makes her an inspiration to all around her.

 

The Concepts Video Team would also like to congratulate the other four inductees on this incredible achievement! We look forward to seeing you all at the ceremony in November. For more information on the Advertising Hall of Fame and this year’s celebration, please click the link below.

 

http://www.njadclub.org/awards-2/hall-of-fame/

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Dimensions of the Social World

There are guidelines when it comes to image and video specs on social media platforms. Facebook for example, a profile image is recommended to be at least 180 x 180 pixels or images can appear to be distorted. A cover photo on Facebook is best uploaded at 820 x 310 pixels and anything less will appear to look stretched. When sharing images on Facebook, the recommend size is 1,200 x 630 pixels. Read more

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Pharmaceutical Advertising and Understanding the Patient

In a new digital world, consumers are now relying heavily on the internet to provide health information. “One in twenty Google searches is now for health-related information.” That means that before calling a physician, or scheduling an appointment, consumers go straight to the internet, and many times, self-diagnose from their research. Read more