An Aggie Heads Back to School

Will she spend as much time at the Dixie Chicken as before? Did you know Satori Marketing’s CEO, Owner, and Marketer-in-Chief is an Aggie? Of […]

Creating KILLER Content

From posts on your Facebook feed, to the listicles your friends share, to the blog page of a government agency, content creation is at its […]

Howdy, Partner!

Texas instinctively breeds sharp-shooters, and Satori is proud to be among that bunch. Our team believes in the precision of a carefully crafted marketing campaign, […]

6 Things to Know About Yelp

Yelp is a website and mobile app that has quickly evolved into the go-to source for finding businesses for all your different needs—whether that’s food, […]

Reality is Virtually Here

Artificial Intelligence has expanded its developments leaps and bounds in recent years, and in ways consumers might not even recognize as artificial intelligence. “Simple” technological advances such […]

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Where’s My Website?!

The years 1995-2000 were a glorious age for some of us. Beepers, landlines, boy bands, and most notably—the dot com boom.   Most of you […]

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A [In]tern of Events

There’s a new face roaming the halls of Satori’s global headquarters, and it belongs to that of our newest Marketing & Communications Neophyte, Jennifer Wobser!

RFP—Hold it Down

An RFP stands for Request for P—- (proposal, permit, procurement, etc.). Basically, you are bidding along with competitors to do work for a specific company. RFP’s also have the magical power to make everyone go from 0 (content) to 150 (beyond stressed) and make you start disliking people you otherwise genuinely love.

So Satori has put together a list of key things you can do to make this painful process just a little bit better.