At NMY, we recognize the similarities and differences between the generations, and work hard to provide advertising that can be easily consumed by Baby Boomers, Generation X, and the Millennials.
With the undetermined outcome of the ongoing Facebook investigation, lots of brands that rely on Facebook to share their message are left with uncertainty about the future of their advertising efforts
The 52nd Annual Advertising Awards were hosted by the Ad Club of NELA
From Morgan Freeman’s epic lip sync battle to David Schwimmer feeding skittles to a talking sandwich, we’ve ranked our top 5 favorite commercials that were shown during the 52nd annual Super Bowl.
January 11th marked the end of times for publishers and advertisers on Facebook.
As the end of the year approaches, many of our favorite social media platforms are gearing up for redesigns, updates, and automations that could change the way we view social media in 2018.
Meet our Media and HR Director for NMY, Ashley McTurner.
Twitter didn’t invent the #hashtag (formerly known as the pound sign), but it has certainly become popular with the 157 million Twitter users who check the platform at least once a day.
At NMY, we strive to be at the top of industry standards to provide our clients with the most up-to-date, trending, successful marketing strategies.
Everybody loves Labor Day, but many don't know the historical significance that Labor Day possesses in the United States of America.
An unruly inbox can be stressful. Let NMY’s 3 useful tips for an organized inbox help your company overcome email clutter.
One does not simply explain what a meme is.
Many predict that Virtual Reality will take the place of modern gaming and television, but those in the advertising industry anticipate a future with VR on the front line.
Millennials love social media, but which platforms are they actually using?
We talk a lot about web and video, but what about print? Amy jumps in to defend the idea that "Print is NOT Dead" and gives some reasons why print advertising is still important for you business.
Last night NMY went "Back to the ADDYS!" We are so excited to take home "Best of Interactive" and quite a few gold, silver, and bronze ADDYS.
Do you want your Facebook posts to reach a larger audience without using Facebook Ads?
Just like any marketing material, a website should project the image you want associated with your business. You’ve got to make people stop and say, “uhm...that’s interesting.”
NMY would like to thank everyone who donated to our 2016 Christmas Book Drive.
Your business needs a web presence beyond social media and free reviews.
Here are just a few reasons to go responsive!
Different Ways to Include Video on Your Website
A Lesson for Videographers
Over the years, as businesses grow and evolve, it's easy to lose track of critical website information. Keeping these tips in mind may help the process of creating or updating your company's website.
Telling Stories with a Camera
Welcome Amy and Kayleigh!
We all must evolve with the times. And the times, well, they are moving fast! This is very true in the world of social media.
Christmas time is great for consumers and advertisers. Consumers are slammed all day, every day during the holidays with deals, savings and offers.
We've been busy at NMY, launching sites left and right.
The Emmys premiered recently kicking off the 2015/2016 awards season for TV and film.
Did you know that even in this day and age, the most effective way for hackers to get into networks and computers is through clicked links in emails?
We always go above and beyond for our clients...
I love Google AdWords. I can just pay for my search results to be at the top of the page? And I can be totally transparent about that transaction? Sign me up!
Delivering the right message is a big part of effective marketing. But even with seemingly unlimited resources, errors are still made.
Being in the business of marketing and advertising, when I see excellent customer service, I just can’t help to shout out this company’s name.
Yep, you could do it yourself
Pusher of pixels, writer of code, reluctant IT. Mechanic, musician, carpenter. Luthier, brick mason, roadie extraordinaire. Wearer of hats - real and metaphorical. He can regale you with tales of browsers gone by or help you tune the carb on a '64 Mercury - pick you out a tune or design your logo. He is 20 years into his quest to make the web a prettier and more useful place.
Being Queen Bee has its challenges. The key is to keep the hive alive and fun. Over 30 years of blood, sweat and tears have been spent nurturing an outstanding group of very active and creative worker bees who have developed a special blend that sets us apart. She wouldn't change a thing, other than having our busy bee hive moved to Hawaii. Nothing wrong with dreaming, a belief summed up by our motto - Everyone dreams dreams, few live them. Welcome to ours.
Graham and Paula have been together for a long time. They both actually worked for same company while La Tech students, graduated in same quarter, and both worked at same office in their first full-time jobs in their advertising careers before starting our little agency in 1986. He is a model car collector, proud father, and a master planner of client campaigns.
Just another artist in need of a paycheck. After six years of molding and messing about at Louisiana Tech University she found a home among the pixels at NMY. Things are different there. They need a special kind of thinker. When not making your website awesome, she's wrangling two children and creating other beautiful things.
A mother, a baker, and candlestick maker - well not really on the candlesticks. A ULM graduate who married her high school sweetheart and recently bought a house, is proud to be a media assistant at NMY.
As a self-proclaimed movie trivia master, Robin likes to spend time watching movies with her fiancé. Robin is NMY's college intern turned Production Assistant, but it doesn't stop there. She also interned for The Walt Disney Company! Robin is a recent ULM graduate, a cat mom, and a yoga enthusiast.
Just call her the Marketing Meteorologist! Kayleigh moved to Monroe as the "weather lady" for a local TV station. Now she's at NMY keeping jobs running smoothly and on track as project coordinator! What about life after work? Well, she loves spending time with her husband, son, and dog. Other loves include: running, BBQ, and fishing.
A coffee bean roasting soccer player? Yep. A crawfish boiling mass communicator? You know it. Studio jack-of-all-trades? Sure, and that's just the beginning. Business development and leading our video production department is Adam's real stock-in-trade. A ULM graduate, he married his high school sweetheart, bought a house, and joined the NMY team. A glutton for punishment, you say? Maybe. He's got two offspring – both girls.
A Jedi Master of the camera. A Grand Overlord of editing footage. A Majestic Wonder of... awkward moments? That's why we keep him locked away in an edit bay, producing some of the best videos a human mind - the jury is still out on the "human" part - can devise. Sometimes we even let the magical beast out of his habitat to shoot our amazing footage. But we never let him stray too far.