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Why Websites Need Regular Maintenance And Monitoring

Why Websites Need Regular Maintenance and Monitoring

Your brand needs a website to compete in today's exceedingly digital and mobile age. You know this, and you have worked hard with your development team and staff to build a website that serves your target

How To Evaluate Your Website’s Content

Creating compelling content is not easy whether it is for a B-B or B-C website, so before signing off on the content your agency or marketing department created, make sure that you do an objective review

Why Aren’t You Using Google Analytics?

Why Aren’t You Using Google Analytics?

The actionable insights Google Analytics generates could help companies of all sizes make a huge impact, even if you are leading a small marketing department with a limited budget. Despite its free price tag and near-ubiquitous

How to Develop Creative Design for your Customers

How to Develop Creative Design for your Customers

"Creative design" goes beyond surface aesthetics. It's the blueprint used in the WOW factor prospects will experience when interfacing with your brand. No one knows your business better than you and you have the ability to

How To Capitalize On Your Website’s Halo Effect

How To Capitalize On Your Website’s Halo Effect

There is an opportunity to create a Halo Effect each time a website is developed or redesigned. This is important because a Halo Effect impacts a potential buyer’s interest in your company, the decisions s/he makes,

How To Get The Most Value From Your Digital Marketing Agency

How To Get The Most Value From Your Digital Marketing Agency

Productive client-agency relationships take time to establish an effort to cultivate. While there is abundant information available online about what clients should look for when selecting a digital marketing agency, not as much is available on

apples and oranges

The Similarities Between Apples And Oranges

The common expression “apples and oranges” is often used when asked to compare two objects that are so different from one another that they should not or cannot be compared. An orange and an apple may

Overcoming Basic Brainstorming Barriers

Overcoming Basic Brainstorming Barriers

In a typical brainstorming session, people gather to generate new ideas and solve problems. The term "brainstorming" was coined in 1967 by an advertising executive, Alex Osborn, and has probably stood the test of time because