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Missing the Mark[eting] – Restaurant Marketing

By | Marketing Tips

We have spent the last year busy on clients campaigns, websites and social media, but neglected our own website. Well, 28 days into 2016 and we’re just now hitting our goal of blogging at Monsoon Marketing! We plan on showing you quick marketing tips, examples of missed marketing opportunities (like the one you see here) and anything related to growing your business in today’s millennial and data driven world. Today’s post is a reminder to utilize your assets for your business. Whether it be empty space on top of your commercial work vehicle, empty space on your restaurant table napkin…

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#FotoFriday – The Arizona Republic Photo Feature

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Photography started out as a hobby for me. I really loved videography (and it’s what I spend most of my time at Monsoon Marketing doing) but photography has a unique challenge.  If you have smart phone built within the last 3 years, your phone has a burst mode on it. When your filming, it’s just like taking video on burst mode. Your taking thousands of photos every minute. This photo in particular, is 1/243 of a second. Some shots can be as fast as 1/20,000th or as slow as 30 seconds or more.  Part of the fun in photography is…

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#PhotoFriday – Thinking Outside the Box

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Recently, I took part in an Arizona statewide photo challenge on Instagram called ‘Instagram Toy Challenge”.  @instagramaz challenged their nearly 10k followers to post photos using the hashtag #instagramaz_toys to take photos of toys and make them look life size and in their real environment. Challenge accepted. My wife and I took dozens of photos and even went out on 3 different photoshoots out in the city to take these creative photos.  A series of shots will be included in a future #PhotoFriday post that was taken on Camelback but aside from those, this shot was one of my favorite….

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#PhotoFriday – Camelback Mountain Sunsets

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Living in Phoenix is amazing enough. I’ve done my fair share of traveling around the country and world. Philippines, Spain, Mexico, Miami, New York, all up and down the California coast, but nothing beats our amazing sunsets right in our own backyard. I’m lucky enough to live and work close to Camelback Mountain. After over 10 years of spotting and taking pictures during that special time of day when the sun dips below the horizon and projects vivid purples, oranges, pinks and blues on to the clouds, I still never get tired of chasing the sun for the best capture..

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The First Dance #EricAndAbby

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I’m kicking off my first blog post under my new category Mulvin’s Creative Projects. This is where I’ll share some of my creative work that isn’t exactly client related. It could be a photo of the clouds reflecting off of a building in downtown Phoenix, or a time lapse of a storm passing by Camelback Mountain, or in this case, some video highlights of my travels and wedding with my wife Abby. Subscribe to browse though and find A video 2 1/2 years in the making. Relive some of our favorite moments from when we first met to our travels…

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#FotoFriday – The Arizona Republic Photo Feature

By | #FotoFriday

Photography started out as a hobby for me. I really loved videography (and it’s what I spend most of my time at Monsoon Marketing doing) but photography has a unique challenge.  If you have smart phone built within the last 3 years, your phone has a burst mode on it. When your filming, it’s just like taking video on burst mode. Your taking thousands of photos every minute. This photo in particular, is 1/243 of a second. Some shots can be as fast as 1/20,000th or as slow as 30 seconds or more.  Part of the fun in photography is…

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