The Dalnodar family was recently featured in the Germantown Richfield Neighbors Magazine. Learn about the Dalnodar family and their road to establishing Brew City Marketing! Special thanks to Heather Dorsey and the Germantown Richfield Neighbors Magazine for the family feature. Check out our Brew City Marketing blog to read about our community involvement.
Last week Amanda, Nick and I took a trip down to Chicago to visit Active Campaign’s headquarters and participate in a workshop they were hosting. Active Campaign in the simplest definition is an email marketing application. My first thought was “Why host a workshop for an email marketing application?" I have worked with other email marketing platforms; all easy to explore and figure out. Why would this be any different? Boy, was I wrong... What is Active Campaign? Active Campaign at its core is an [...]
This week, April and Amanda attended the annual BizWomen Mentoring Monday event at The Pfister Hotel in Downtown Milwaukee. Sponsored by leaders in banking, industry and the nonprofit sector, the event was a great opportunity to spend the morning with inspirational women in Milwaukee. What is the Mentoring Monday Event? The Milwaukee Business Journal offered a one-of-a-kind event that brings together women in a supportive atmosphere. This event offered attendees the chance to choose from over 50 mentors for one-on-one coaching sessions through seven-minute [...]
A Decade of Web Design This February marks the 10 year anniversary of Brew City Marketing! More than 500 websites and 400 local clients later, it’s safe to say that we’ve established ourselves as a driving force when it comes to web design, search engine optimization, social media, and much more. Our client base consists of many small businesses around the Greater Milwaukee Area, ranging from construction companies to law offices to restaurants. As a small business, we work hard to understand the client, their [...]
Yesterday I had the opportunity to join Amanda, Austin, and Nick to WordStream Live 2018 at Google’s Chicago HQ. It was a day packed with presentations, keynote speakers, and a ferocious Twitter contest (congrats to Nick for winning a Google Home). The speakers from WordStream and Google were all really knowledgeable, and their presentations were fun and interactive. As the presentations began, I immediately felt a bit out of my depth. Many of the terms and concepts used were unfamiliar to me, especially as a [...]