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Web Design Trends for 2019 – Revisited

We're almost halfway there - halfway through 2019 that is. Heading into the year, many different folks made many different predictions about web design and the direction it would go. We've heard everything from mobile-only based websites to VR based websites. While it would be awesome to have your site available in VR, not all sites would benefit from such. There are some trends however that could certainly be of benefit. Easy Navigation Considering that the majority of site visits [...]

By |2019-06-18T12:27:00-04:00June 18th, 2019|Web Design|Comments Off on Web Design Trends for 2019 – Revisited

Building Your Social Stream Through Social Content

In our last post, we talked about the trouble that many brands face online. Social streams can get easily lost in the rivers of content being produced by a world full of socially active brands and individuals. Think about it this way: imagine you make and sell widgets. Your conversation with your stream may be all about how YOUR widgets could benefit your target clients. That's great. You have a defined audience. How about the hundred other widget producers having [...]

By |2019-06-18T12:26:39-04:00June 4th, 2019|social media strategy|Comments Off on Building Your Social Stream Through Social Content

When Your Social Stream Gets Lost In A River Of Content

For years now, marketers have been talking about building and maintaining your social presence. There's a great reason for this. The whole point of social marketing is that it helps to develop and grow your brand. By reaching out to current customers and clients, you help to strengthen existing relationships. Alternatively, by reaching out to potential clients and customers, you can help to educate them on the goods or services you offer. It all comes down to visibility. Are you [...]

By |2019-06-13T10:28:44-04:00May 15th, 2019|social media strategy|Comments Off on When Your Social Stream Gets Lost In A River Of Content

Does Facebook Still Have What It Takes to Help Small Businesses?

When it first came on the scene, social media giant Facebook seemed like the next greatest thing since sliced bread. And let’s face it… it blew away MySpace and other up and coming platforms alike. It was something we simply hadn’t seen yet: a social platform that instantly engaged millions of people in a deep and meaningful way. We instantly had access to friends and family that we might otherwise not have contact with in such an easy manner. We [...]

By |2019-04-04T09:58:46-04:00April 4th, 2019|Blog, Facebook, Social Media Management|Comments Off on Does Facebook Still Have What It Takes to Help Small Businesses?

Does SEO Matter Today, Part 2: Making it Mobile-Friendly

Previously we talked about SEO and whether it really matters in today’s online environment. If you remember, the short answer was yes. It does matter. The trouble is that yesterday’s SEO tactics don’t exactly fit the needs of today. THAT is the long answer – yesterday’s SEO techniques do not apply in the same way to today’s websites. The things that used to matter don’t quite have the same impact on a site’s overall score. That said, in order to [...]

By |2019-03-11T11:22:09-04:00March 7th, 2019|Blog, Local SEO, Web Design|Comments Off on Does SEO Matter Today, Part 2: Making it Mobile-Friendly

Internet Explorer: The (Slow & Eventual) Death of a Browser

If you’re reading this blog post on a device using Internet Explorer, raise your hand. It’s okay… don’t feel embarrassed or like you’re being called out for it. Own it. We each have a favorite browser, whether it’s Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or otherwise. At the same time, we must own the shortcomings of our favorite browsers. That said, we’d be wrong if we didn’t talk about the virtual elephant in the room - the slow eventual death that is facing [...]

By |2019-02-18T17:27:50-04:00February 18th, 2019|Web Design|Comments Off on Internet Explorer: The (Slow & Eventual) Death of a Browser

Militant Social Marketing: When Online Marketing Gets Aggressive

Company XYZ has been around for years. They built a reputation in the local market for providing quality goods and services in a timely manner and at a cost that has remained competitive. In the past, advertising in local papers and on the radio was enough to keep the company busy. As the written word has lost readers, however, Company XYZ has seen a slow decline in business. Radio has continued to bring a small return on new clients, but [...]

By |2019-02-05T08:59:45-04:00February 5th, 2019|Blog, Social Media Management, social media strategy|Comments Off on Militant Social Marketing: When Online Marketing Gets Aggressive

Does Search Engine Optimization Matter On Today’s Web?

In the beginning, there was the web, and it all started with a single website. Hard to imagine that was all the way back in 1991! While we’ve come a very long way since that first website, some things haven’t changed quite as much. Search engine optimization is a prime example of this. In 1997, SEO first saw its major usage in relation to getting websites more easily found on any number of the web directories that were popular during that [...]

By |2019-01-29T17:15:33-04:00January 23rd, 2019|Blog, Web Design|Comments Off on Does Search Engine Optimization Matter On Today’s Web?

Gutenberg and WordPress: For Better or Worse?

Ask anyone who has been working with WordPress for any length of time about the biggest changes the platform has seen. The answers may have varied, until late last year that is. Gutenberg is likely the most common answer you’ll hear. What is the Gutenberg update though, and what does it mean for your WordPress based site? As with all the past WordPress updates, 5.0 received a name. This time however that name was very relevant to the changes that [...]

By |2019-01-09T17:05:41-04:00January 9th, 2019|Blog, Web Design|Comments Off on Gutenberg and WordPress: For Better or Worse?

How Does A Purpose-Driven Design Affect Your Site?

Does your site utilize purpose-driven design? These days there’s no room for websites that provide a poor online experience. User experience (UX) can make or break a website, and when that experience is less than it should be, you’ll find a wide variety of problems will occur. Google may rank your site lower, site visitors may bounce quicker, and you could see a drop in engagement and conversion rates. The trouble is, how do you ensure that your site offers the [...]

By |2018-04-03T13:24:02-04:00April 3rd, 2018|Web Design|Comments Off on How Does A Purpose-Driven Design Affect Your Site?
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