We Believe That
Happy Creatives Make Happy Companies
That’s why for more than 25 years, we’ve dedicated ourselves to successfully matching talented creatives with the jobs of their dreams. In fact, we’re an industry leader. Whether you’re looking for full time work, part-time work or even gig based opportunities, work with us to take your career to the next level!
Think of us as the people who play cupid for creatives. We personally get to know—and thoroughly vet—each of our associates to ensure that their expertise aligns with our client’s needs. Then, once our associates are in our network, we lean on our proprietary Electronic Match-Making Agent (EMMA™) to filter and refine the matches. The final touch is all human: we pair creatives and our engagements for just the right fit. These matches result in engaged and enthusiastic creatives who deliver their best work, and satisfied clients who succeed based on the work we perform . Creative work that’s never been sweeter!
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Posted 05/10/2021 by Jim Lochner
Freelancing isn’t easy, and these challenges can take a toll on your physical and mental health. Over 60% of freelancers say stress, anxiety, or poor mental health hurts their ability to work. But there are ways to mitigate the health challenges and set you up for freelance success and Creatives On Call wants to walk you through them.
Posted 05/04/2021 by Jim Lochner
It takes 5 to 7 brand impressions on average before a prospect will remember your brand. So it’s no surprise that 89% of B2B marketers say brand awareness is their most important goal, even more than sales or lead generation. Though awareness campaigns don’t necessarily generate revenue, they can have a major impact on whether or not a prospect decides to learn more about your company and what you have to offer. The trick to awareness campaigns is finding the right balance of promoting your brand and getting a potential customer or client to take action. If your calls to action (CTA’s) are too sales-y, you’ll come across as pushy and intrusive. Too generic and they’ll click away to a competitor. So what is the right mix?