Maps are a great addition to website that let your customer know exactly where you are, but there are more to maps than placing a red balloon over your location. It adds interactivity, allowing your website’s visitors to zoom in and out, get directions and driving routes. It’s not difficult to embed a map. There…Details
The design of websites has changed a great deal over the past few years. The combination of increased mobile users with HTML5 and CSS3 friendly browsers calls for an ever evolving understanding of what “good” design looks like. Among other design trends in 2013, your site must be designed for mobile first. Does your overall…Details
You don’t need to work at Google or have a Doctorate in SEO to optimize your site’s meta data. But before we talk about optimizing meta data, let’s humanize it. Much like the people who design and use websites, the sites themselves have a side few others actually see. And just like people, this unseen…Details
Let’s suppose you’ve invested in an attractive, informative and functional website based on industry best practices; it’s easy to navigate and offers a content-rich blog that keeps your visitors coming back for weeks until that crucial moment – they begin pecking the keys within your meticulously designed contact form. They click “Submit” and then…nothing. Nothing for 12…Details
Introducing social media into your marketing strategy can be daunting—especially if you’re not familiar with tools like Facebook and Twitter or how to use them for your business. In fact, you may be a little bit like our friend, Mario. You probably already know Mario. He’s the owner of the family pizza shop down the…Details
The problem with the acronym SEO is simple, it’s inhuman. One of the most fundamental elements of human nature is empathy, the ability to feel and relate. At the very core of who we are, empathy is actually what drives us to buy what we buy, watch what we watch, and engage where we engage.…Details
Creating good SEO content with relevant keywords is the easiest way to drive free traffic to your website, but the question is by how much? To answer that, let’s consider what SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is.
It’s simply a strategy that you or your SEO team develops to optimize the chances that a search engine finds your page when a user enters relevant search terms. The better your content is, in SEO terms, the more search engines will “see” your page, and the more your website will appear in search results.
How much can good SEO content help a webpage gain visibility? What you can expect will greatly depend on your website, your market, and your SEO development team.Details
With every new day, a new acronym, a new internet fad. It’s hard to keep up with the changes in technology. Even if you’ve heard the buzz about CRM (Customer Relationship Management) platforms, you may have just added it to a mental checklist titled, “Look into that.”
If you haven’t seen a CRM platform at work, it’s easy to mistake it for a Contact Manager like Microsoft Outlook—somewhere to store and organize your contact details and maybe place some meetings on a calendar. CRM platforms are so much more than that, as a CRM has aptly demonstrated in the last few years.Details
People love their iPhones. When they’re not talking on them, they’re playing games; and when they’re not playing games, they’re looking up the nearest restaurant or store, getting directions or downloading coupons. People probably spend more time interacting with their mobile phones than they do with other people, which is a major reason why iPhone…Details
The digital age requires web content in order to maximize a company or businesses exposure to millions of people. Fresh content is what is going to set you apart from the dregs especially on the web. After all if web content was not necessary we would all be looking at blank pages in a book.…Details