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A New Look for Render Perfect

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It’s finally here! At last, Render Perfect has launched its all-new company website. Our new web interface embraces the fully-interactive user experience that we pride ourselves on being able to deliver to our clients. From integrated video to custom-coded page animations, we believe that our 2015 revamp reflects everything that we are and everything that we do.

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4 Reasons Why You Desperately Need SEO

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If you’re not an experienced web designer, than your ideas for a web design of your own might rely largely on what you’ve seen while browsing around other people’s similar websites. Using existing themes, color schemes, templates, and designs as the basis for your own web design is a very common and admittedly useful practice.

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Why Do The “Little Things” Matter?

Why have a blog? Why bother with social media? Why devote time to the “little things”?

Of course, as an established web design and video production company with more than a decade of field experience, it goes almost without saying that we spend most of the workday striving for artistic and logistic excellence in digital media.

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Free Samsung Galaxy Mockups! (Note 4 & Note Edge)

Our client, Ventev Mobile, wanted to use the latest Samsung devices, the Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge, in their most recent video. However, these devices were so new that no one had yet taken the time to illustrate them.

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Render Perfect Takes to the Field

 The Question: What do NFL’s Justin Tucker, graduate job placement, and Render Perfect all have in common?

The Answer: Two words….University Recruiters.

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Selling Your Pitch

Successful Pitches Lead to Sales!

Whether you’re directly marketing, video marketing, or simply trying to convince your peer to change cell phone plans, you will first need to be able to sell your idea or your “pitch”. Even a novice can sell a pitch if he or she is aware of some basic marketing tactics. But to do so, one must first be willing to invest the necessary time and do the appropriate research to make the idea more presentable.

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Strategy. Content. Distribution. Results.