Arketype - Friday, May 22, 2015
Shawn Williams likes popcorn more than most people. This is not to say that Shawn likes popcorn more than he likes most people; rather, he likes popcorn more than most people like popcorn. In fact, having worked with Shawn mere weeks, it’s already abundantly clear that, when it comes to most people, he likes them, too.
Arketype - Monday, May 18, 2015
On April 21st, 2015 Google changed their search algorithm. It was such a major change that it has been dubbed "Mobilegeddon" by the media. But don’t worry: It's not quite the end of the world that the name suggests. What it means is that Google searches performed on a mobile device will favor mobile-friendly pages. In other words, if your website isn't mobile-friendly, you will be penalized. Your site may no longer enjoy the high ranking it once did when searched for on Google. Consumers may not be able to find you as easily.
Arketype - Thursday, March 19, 2015
Arketype, a full-service advertising agency in downtown Green Bay, WI, has undergone a transition of leadership, made new hires, and has a renewed business focus. From the resignation of President Jim Rivett to the promotions of key staffers, and a new kidney for the agency founder, Arketype is focusing on growth in its 23rd year in business.
Arketype - Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Arketype - Sunday, March 01, 2015
Arketype believes in “Creativity with Purpose.” To us,
creativity is more than making a pretty picture or
writing clever words—creativity is using those skills
to solve problems. What’s the point of connecting with
an audience if that’s where it ends? We connect and
then we inspire. And then things really take off.
We are a creative design, advertising, and marketing
agency located in the coolest building in Green Bay, WI.
Arketype uses the awesome power of creativity with
purpose to help our clients grow their businesses and
further their missions.
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In 2006, Arketype revived Grace Presbyterian Church. The
historic Green Bay building was once scheduled to be
demolished and converted into a parking lot. That was
until Arketype purchased the space, fashioning it into
our inspirational office building.