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.

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25 06, 2014

SMM Advertising wins two PromaxBDA Awards

By |June 25th, 2014|Advertising, Advertising/Marketing, Awards, News|Comments Off on SMM Advertising wins two PromaxBDA Awards

SMM Advertising has won two PromaxBDA Awards for the Suffolk County Fire, Rescue & Emergency Services (FRES) Campaign: Volunteer to be Amazing. • Art Direction & Design, PSA Spot:  Gold PromaxBDA Award • [...]

17 04, 2014

Through the Digital Looking Glass

By |April 17th, 2014|Advertising, Blog, Social Media|0 Comments

Smart businesses use social media precisely that way, as the ideal tool for establishing relationships, and for attracting and retaining customers. They encourage their employees to participate in social media and use industry-relevant groups [...]

23 11, 2013

Top #Nifty50 Women writers on Twitter for 2013

By |November 23rd, 2013|Awards, Human Resources, Leaders, News, Public Service|0 Comments

SMM Advertising’s Judy Bellem has been recently recognized as one of the Top #Nifty50 Women writers on Twitter for 2013. Congratulations, Judy!

4 05, 2012

Fahrenheit 2552

By |May 4th, 2012|Advertising/Marketing, Blog, Topical Issues|0 Comments

Internet censors will find themselves engaged in an electronic version of Whack-A-Mole: close down one portal and another opens up. 2552°F is the melting point of silicon. That’s significantly higher than [...]

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 [...]

10 03, 2010

Top 8 Ways to Show Employee Appreciation in a Tough Economy

By |March 10th, 2010|Advertising/Marketing, Blog, Business Dilemas, Human Resources, Social Media, Topical Issues|0 Comments

This week marks National Employee Appreciation Week in the United States, a time for employers to stop and say “thank you” to all of their employees. In speaking with human resource professionals all day, every [...]

4 11, 2009

Gresham’s Law: A 21st Century Update for the Graphic Arts

By |November 4th, 2009|Advertising/Marketing, Blog, Design, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Anybody out there remember Gresham’s Law? No, not the 1960’s police drama — that was Burke’s Law, starring Gene Barry (does anyone remember Gene Barry, for that matter?). Well, you may have encountered Sir Thomas [...]

29 10, 2009

Marie Antoinette in the Web 2.0 World (Redskin’s Fiasco)

By |October 29th, 2009|Blog, Uncategorized|0 Comments

As public relations blunders and communications gaffes go, this one is a doozey — on a par with the French Queen’s infamous, “Let them eat cake.” In the interests of transparency I should mention that [...]

14 10, 2009

New FTC Guidelines for Social Media

By |October 14th, 2009|Blog, Social Media|3 Comments

[Image: Adweek] In the October 13th New York Times editorial regarding “Truth in Advertising...” they claim perfectly sound reasons for consumers to be wary of how social networking site content is possibly deceitful. All too often [...]