Root Creative GroupWeb Designer in Irvine, California
Today, we are excited to announce that we are heading back to our roots!
Our transition from Root Creative Group to Root Marketing represents the union of our roots in marketing and design, and a strengthened approach to establishing their clients and customers in their industry.
Please like our new Facebook Page to stay up-to-date about the latest news from Root and to learn about new design and marketing practices.
In order to meet the needs of our clients and provide more value to our customers, Root is expanding their services beyond graphic design.
In order to help businesses build a Strong Foundation for Growth, we will now offer Marketing Services.
Even though summer has just started, it is not too early to start thinking about fall.
The fourth quarter is the busiest time of the year for most businesses and getting a head start on the holiday season is never a bad idea.
We agree with most of these points.
Although we do believe Mark Zuckerberg could spice up his wardrobe a little bit.
Learn some great information about landing pages during this podcast.
This is one of the most valuable articles on the internet about SEO.
A good email subject line will make you feel like a kid on Christmas morning waiting to open their first present.
Social proof can help your business sell on social media.
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Facebook updated its logo!
For you design geeks, you’ll notice that Facebook tweaked its iconic Klavika typeface.
While the iconic ‘f’ remains instantly recognisable, the changes are in the single-deck ‘a’ and a more natural stem on the letter ‘b’.
We will let you decide.