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Ninthlink Joins SDX

Ninthlink is excited to announce that we’ve joined SDX, formerly the San Diego Ad Club! SDX has been a leader in San Diego since 1911, providing unparalleled networking, education, and advocacy opportunities to its members. As a full-service digital agency, Ninthlink is excited to connect with fellow industry experts and leaders to promote and grow our business and to better the digital community in San Diego. Since joining SDX, we’ve attended an educational seminar about Programmatic Marketing, joined multiple committees…
November 25, 2014
CulturePress / News

Jeromy Stallings a Man of Few Words

The title of this blog is very inaccurate as our Fearless Leader is a man of many many words...SO, the Ninthlink team wanted to share the many many words that come to OUR mind when we ponder our main man Jeromy Stallings. ENJOY! Whirling Dervish (in a good way) Charismatic Positive Like a tornado wrapped in a hurricane that's surfing a tsunami during a lightning storm! Righteous dirt bike surfs up business growth strategy gun show Thought-Leader Witty (more…)
September 24, 2014
CultureDesignPress / News

Happy Birthday Matt Stallings

Happiest of Birthdays to our Lead Designer, Matt Stallings! At Ninthlink, birthdays give us a chance to get together as a team, eat lunch from our favorite local joints, and pig out on desserts. Don't think Matt could have been any more excited for that bundt cake....Check out that face!    
September 18, 2014
AnimationCulture

Homestar Runner is back! Almost…

Just in case you missed the '00s, his name is Homestar Runner. And he has been gone a looonng time. But not any more. Homestar is coming back. Read about it here. I hope you are all as excited as I am! Sorry iPhone's and iPad's, the site is built in Flash. Because, you know, it was like 2001 and stuff... back in the early days of the internets. In other promotions, checkout this website https://www.silverwaterplumbing.com.au
July 9, 2014
CultureMarketingPress / News

Project Loon

Recently, I learned of a revolutionary project developed by Google to promote quality Internet access to rural and remote places. However, what is truly interesting about this effort is that the Internet conglomerate is using balloons to make the whole thing possible. That’s right, balloons! But these aren’t just any balloons, these are a global network of high-altitude balloons floating twice as high as commercial jets in the stratosphere. While those of you reading this (myself included) rarely go more…
May 27, 2014