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Creative Concepts Media + Marketing launches new website

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Creative Concepts Media + Marketing, a boutique advertising and media buying agency, has launched a new website, showcasing the company’s media planning services.

The new website, www.creativeconceptsmedia.net, features extensive information about Creative Concepts offerings with a contemporary design by local design agency, SmallPond Studio.

“The goal of the website is to not only provide a detailed description of our methodologies, but also to help people understanding the science behind developing a media mix designed to efficiently and effectively reach specific target audiences,” said Laura Partridge, owner and founder of Creative Concepts. “We wanted to address and clarify any confusion around what media buying really is, while presenting the content within a fun, unique design that captures our agency’s personality. SmallPond understood what we were trying to convey and delivered.”

The website is based on the Drupal content management system, allowing Creative Concepts to update content regularly.

Creative Concepts has been servicing the area for over 21 years, advising on marketing strategies, designing penetrating media plans, and developing strategic partnerships for a wide range of clients including Atlantis Casino Resort Spa, Tahoe Forest Health System, the Nevada Commission on Tourism, Mt. Rose – Ski Tahoe, Boreal, Woodward Tahoe, Ski Lake Tahoe, Regional Transportation Commission, Regional Marketing Committee, among numerous others.

For more information, call 530.582.4100 or visit www.creativeconceptsmedia.net.

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