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November 11, 2019 - 1:10pm - Posted by Nicole - - 0 Comments


Can you think back to when searching the internet was simpler? No mumbo jumbo, ads, and information you don’t care about displaying everywhere? Yeah, I remember too. Take a look at the Google Search Engine Results Page (SERP) just a decade ago.


Now, take a gander at what the SERP looks like today by just typing in “Dwayne Wade”


November 5, 2019 - 1:32pm - Posted by Nicole - - 0 Comments

Whatever type of business or organization you’re in, you’ve probably been working on your big plans for 2020. Maybe you’re aiming high at some bold and exciting sales goals or perhaps have decided you want to work on increasing your brand awareness. At Force 5, we’d love to help you reach whatever marketing goals you have set for the future.

Here are five important things to consider when setting a course for your marketing in 2020.

October 10, 2019 - 4:28pm - Posted by Nicole - - 0 Comments

By Bob Earley

So, now that you have a fair understanding between traditional and digital advertising solutions, now comes programmatic or OTT advertising. What is OTT you ask? Is it the newest and greatest thing since “sliced bread” for advertisers?”

OTT simply means Over The Top. What does that mean? With more and more people choosing to cut the cable (and satellite) cord to watch TV shows and movies, they are moving towards streaming content.

October 3, 2019 - 12:00pm - Posted by Nicole - - 0 Comments


Here at Force 5, we value the importance of community…especially when it involves great food! That's why we're inviting some of the areas hottest food trucks to take over our parking lot for a fun lunchtime event we call Force 5 Food Truck Friday - now in it's third year!

February 6, 2019 - 1:24pm - Posted by f5admin - Force 5, press-release - 0 Comments

Force 5 has announced the hiring of Bob Earley, as Director of Client Services. With the continued revenue and client growth Force 5 has experienced since its inception, owners Deb DeFreeuw and David Morgan have taken the necessary steps to further foster client relationships for which they have been widely recognized.

July 26, 2018 - 8:34am - Posted by f5admin - art, business, life - 0 Comments

It doesn't matter where, what country, which state, what city – creativity is everywhere. As a rising senior at the University of Notre Dame, pursuing a BA in Visual Communication Design, I thought I already knew and believed this. With my marketing and design internship at Force 5 coming to a close, I reflect back on the summer and realize that this experience has helped me fully recognize that truth.

March 16, 2018 - 3:46pm - Posted by Christian - life, news, technology - 0 Comments

Congratulations to the North Liberty Elementary robotics teams "BlueTech" and "RoboRingMaster" for both their fantastic efforts at the Indiana State Robotics competition at Lucas Oil Stadium. Both will be headed to the VEX Robotics World Competition in Louisville, KY on April 25-28.

January 9, 2018 - 3:43pm - Posted by anya - - 0 Comments

Have you ever had one of those random, serendipitous experiences that seems to come out of nowhere and then turns out to be really amazing? That’s how my summer internship at Force 5 was.

July 31, 2017 - 11:26am - Posted by anya - - 0 Comments

You’ve probably heard it before. KISS. Keep It Simple Stupid. I think I heard it in my high school art classes at least 20 times. Michael Scott in The Office even gives that advice to his employees. But don’t let it hurt your feelings, like Dwight, it’s not an insult, just good advice. The ability to pare a subject down, without losing quality or important content can prove to be a challenging task, but it is well worth the effort. Simplicity allows for users of the content to understand it much better, which is very important. Less content is more legible and interesting. Less is more.

July 24, 2017 - 10:24am - Posted by anya - Force 5 - 0 Comments

Our agency has been welcoming our furry counterparts into the office since, well… ever. We really love our dogs. But our dog-friendly atmosphere has more benefits than just being able to spend all day with our best friends. About 20% of U.S. businesses allow pets in the workplace, and have been reaping the benefits just like us.