Florida Medical Clinic

Check out our latest website for Florida Medical Clinic. With a custom search feature, custom location finder, and user-friendly custom back-end WordPress functionality to access and control it all, this site has everything FMC needs to keep track of their patients and providers, and keep them happy.


Everything You Need to Know About 2015’s Big Game … Ads

February 1st will be upon us before you can say, replay. As we await with baited breath for the oh so hushed ads, Adweek brings 2015 Super Bowl Ad Tracker.

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New Technology, New Dependancies

Constantly checking the battery level of your phone? Do you have a tiny panic attack when it dips below 20 percent? You’re not alone— many suffer from “nomophobia,” an abbreviation of “no mobile phone phobia,” which basically means you fear being without your phone or being unable to use it.

Thankfully, an entire industry is benefiting off your phobia, creating innovative ways to charge your devices without an electiral plug or any electricity at all. To view the Tommy Hilfiger solar panel jacket, Fuel Micro Charger and more, visit adweek.com

Taco Bell To Give Away 1M Doritos

Taco Bell is giving away a Doritos Locos Taco with any purchase made via the app during the month of January.

The chain will give away up to 1 million of the tacos during the month through this promotion. The offer is being highlighted on social media and as part of a new TV spot that promotes the benefits of the app, which is compatible with both iOS and Android.

Read More at mediapost.com 

Upcoming Consumer Electronics Show Sends Techys To Sin City

It all started 15 years ago when Zappos was launched here with great fanfare by CEO Tony Hsieh. He has since helped foster local tech with hundreds of millions of investment dollars, and sage advice. Now, the landscape is dotted with agencies, mobile apps, gadget makers and b-to-b marketers.

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Advertising has come to Pinterest

Advertising has come to Pinterest as it launched its Promoted Pins for all advertisers starting January 2015. The company had started a beta program for brands to test out Promoted Pins eight months ago and found that Promoted Pins ‘perform just as good and sometimes better than organic Pins.’

While Pinterest is a little late in joining the advertising bandwagon compared to other social networks, it would be interesting to see how brands get on to the platform to engage with their audiences.

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Taco Bell Digs Gay-Themed Taco Bell (Spec) Ad

It’s a sign of the times that some freelance directors can make a gay-themed spec ad for a major brand, and that brand not only doesn’t go ballistic and have it taken off YouTube—it goes on the record saying it rather enjoyed it.

“We didn’t create this ad, but we can see the people who did share the same Live Mas passion for our brand—and our breakfast—as we do,” the brand told Mediaite.”Although we cannot condone unauthorized use of our intellectual property, we are impressed with their work and would be open to meeting with them.”

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Oculus Rift and 360-degree storytelling

Next-gen virtual reality, the Oculus Rift, is a new virtual reality headset that lets players step inside their favorite games and virtual worlds. The Rift uses custom  technology to provide 360° head tracking, wide views, allowing you to seamlessly look around the virtual world just as you would in real life. The Oculus creates the potential to do nothing short of inventing a whole new universe of marketing.

“We didn’t really have any virtual-reality work this time last year,” says Nancy Bennett, Virtual-reality marking veteran. “Now we’ve built our own camera rigs, we’ve built our own livestream viewing capability, so directors can actually see the [360-degree] spherical projection while they are on set. It’s a lot of technical geekery going on, but this enthusiasm is not just because the space seems to be blossoming.”

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McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ it” is here to stay

McDonald’s on Friday described an updated approach to marketing its brand, but the long-running “I’m lovin’ it” tagline isn’t going anywhere.

The chain is instead “reigniting” the “I’m lovin’ it” theme “by introducing a new platform that puts more focus on lovin’,” said the company in a statement. The messaging will focus more on positivity “with more uplifting content and conversations in the lovin’ spirit.

To read more, visit adage.com

Twitter Plans to Launch Video Platform

“Alongside short looping Vine videos, we think you’ll have fun sharing what’s happening in your world through native video. You can expect to see this in the first half of next year.” Wrote VP of Product, Kevin Weil.

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