our culture at SMM

...is decidedly informal. Advertising is a collaborative art, and it thrives in an atmosphere that is open, relaxed and friendly. We don’t allow tiles or layers of management to get in the way of communication, or let egos impede cooperation and stifle good ideas. We expect the same from our clients, because only through openness and honesty can we come to understand their brand’s personality and deliver focused, creative advertising.

SMM Advertising

811 West Jericho Turnpike, Smithtown, NY 11787
Phone: 631-265-5160

In need of a marketing strategy?
marketing@smmadvertising.com

Looking for a career:
career@smmadvertising.com

8 02, 2011

Part 4: How to Stay in Business for 25 Years (25 Tips)

By |February 8th, 2011|Advertising/Marketing, Blog|0 Comments

Over the next five weeks I will be blogging about how we stayed in business for 25 years. Each week will have five brief hints about how we did it –for a total of 25 [...]

20 12, 2010

Part 3: How to Stay in Business for 25 Years (25 Tips)

By |December 20th, 2010|Advertising/Marketing, Blog|0 Comments

Over the next five weeks I will be blogging about how we stayed in business for 25 years. Each week will have five brief hints about how we did it –for a total of 25 [...]

17 11, 2010

Part 2: How to Stay in Business for 25 Years (25 Tips)

By |November 17th, 2010|Advertising/Marketing, Blog|0 Comments

Over the next five weeks I will be blogging about how we stayed in business for 25 years. Each week will have five brief hints about how we did it –for a total of 25 [...]

12 11, 2010

You can’t spell ROI without “R” or “I”

By |November 12th, 2010|Advertising Agency Issues, Advertising/Marketing, Blog, Business Dilemas, Social Media, Topical Issues|0 Comments

For the past year or so I’ve been dutifully following the very public discussion on ROI as it relates to social networks and the digital media. I’ve tracked discussion threads, downloaded white papers, read articles [...]

22 10, 2010

Part 1: How to Stay in Business for 25 Years (25 Tips)

By |October 22nd, 2010|Advertising/Marketing, Blog, Business Dilemas|0 Comments

Over the next five weeks I will be blogging about how we stayed in business for 25 years. Each week will have five brief hints about how we did it –for a total of 25 [...]

22 09, 2010

Baseball is a Business, but Business Isn’t Baseball

By |September 22nd, 2010|Advertising, Advertising Agency Issues, Advertising/Marketing, Blog, Business Dilemas, Marketing, Topical Issues|0 Comments

It became a hot topic the other day, although I’m having a difficult time understanding why.  In last Wednesday’s baseball game between the New York Yankees and the Tampa Bay Rays, shortstop Derek Jeter was [...]

29 06, 2010

The Spread Sheet of Dorian Gray – Living Within Your Means

By |June 29th, 2010|Advertising Agency Issues, Blog|0 Comments

Image Credit A few weeks ago, along with several other agency owners from around the country, I participated in a forum at the American Association of Advertising Agencies in Manhattan. During our discussions, [...]

7 06, 2010

7 Ways an Aging Workforce Will Affect HR

By |June 7th, 2010|Blog, Business Dilemas, Human Resources|1 Comment

The number of employees working into their senior years continues to grow for a variety of reasons, with financial need, the failure of private pension plans, and lack of sufficient health benefits being among the [...]

17 05, 2010

10 Recruitment Techniques for Post-Recession War for Talent

By |May 17th, 2010|Blog, Business Dilemas, Human Resources, Social Media|0 Comments

As the economy begins to mend itself, we are already beginning to see a slow growth in the formation of new jobs. History shows that for every recession, a rapid period of growth follows shortly [...]

22 04, 2010

The Passive Job Seeker Is Golden

By |April 22nd, 2010|Blog, Business Dilemas, Human Resources|0 Comments

Especially in today’s economic environment, employers are becoming increasingly “choosy” with regard to whom they hire… and rightfully so. With the unemployment rate reaching highs that we have not seen in decades, more and more [...]