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Robintek – Free Military Photo Sessions

Robintek - Free Military Photo Sessions

Robintek is now offering free photo sessions to the first 20 active, reserve, and veteran military personnel and their families that contact us. The photo session includes a free 30 minute studio photo session and a free DVD of 5-10 edited pictures. Contact us today to reserve your free photo session!

To reserve a photo session call us at 614-888-3001 or
email us at info@robintek.com


Cause Marketing: How These 20 Visual Campaigns Created Massive Impact

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Check out this article on how to create a lasting impact with visual marketing campaigns. Get inspired with 20 fantastic examples of visual campaigns that created a massive impact. Read more here – Canva.com

“The average consumer has come to associate marketing with some form of deception, and is constantly on the lookout for “the catch” in every message. The expression “marketing tactics” reminds us of all the fast food, luxury cars, unnecessary cleaning products, disposable fashion, and undesirable services that somehow someone managed to make us buy. But why is it that we rarely associate the word “marketing” with social good?”

Read more here – Canva.com


Robintek Featured Testimonial – Linworth United Methodist Church

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“I couldn’t be happier with the entire experience we’ve had working with Robintek. Joe and his team built us exactly the website we asked for and the response from our congregation has been overwhelmingly positive. His gift for giving you information in a way that doesn’t overwhelm you or seem condescending was a huge departure from others in this field. If you want a beautifully designed website built on time and within your budget, use these guys.”

Eric Johnston
Director Of Worship
Linworth United Methodist Church


New Website Design and Launch – Señor Antonio’s Restaurant

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Check out our new website design and launch for Señor Antonio’s.

“A native of Jalisco, Mexico, owner Antonio Moreno has over 20 years experience in the restaurant business. Having learned cooking from his mother and grandmother at a young age, Antonio held his first cooking job at age 16, in Oceanside, California. In 1998, he moved to Indianapolis, after being hired to manage a restaurant in that nearby city.”


New Website Design and Launch – ALNI

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Check out our new website design and launch for ALNI.

“Our company consists of sales reps and customer service people. All of our efforts are focused on our customer’s needs and objectives. We believe that having the flexibility to look at all the options is the only way to service our customers. We utilize manufacturing plants, warehouses, and distribution services from all over the world. We offer creative and flexible solutions tailored to help our customers meet or exceed their stated goals.”


New Website Design and Launch – The Trident Group

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Check out our new website design and launch for The Trident Group.

“The Trident Group provides architectural, engineering and construction management services. Having the core competencies in architecture, engineering and construction integrated at the start of the design process, gives the Trident Group team the approach required to deliver a construction product on time and on budget.”


New Website Launch – Linworth United Methodist Church

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Check out our new website launch for Linworth United Methodist Church.

“Linworth UMC began in 1887 as a chapel, originally known as Bright’s Chapel Methodist Episcopal Church, located at 2424 W. Granville Rd. In 1957 additional space was needed. Fourteen families took out second mortgages on their homes to provide the equity needed to purchase property and build the new church at 6200 Linworth Road. By 1996 the average worship attendance had increased to 550 and again more space was needed.”


Google To Shut Down Autocomplete API

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Google just announced that it will be shutting down it’s autocomplete API. The change will take effect on August 10, 2015. Read more about it here at searchengineland.com.

“Google said the unsupported API had no official restrictions and saw the API being used in both ways they found useful and in other ways that were not so useful. That being said, Google said the Autocomplete API doesn’t “provide a meaningful user benefit” other than being paired to Google Web search.”


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