April 6th, 2017 by

Team Work Makes the Dream Work

At some point in all our lives, we have been exposed to a workplace that isn’t very team oriented. Matter of fact, I would say that is one of the largest negatives I see when I peruse Glass Door from time to time. You know the place; a big stuffy room with lots of cubicles […]

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March 30th, 2017 by

Why You Should Be Protecting Your Online Reputation

Before the internet took over, local businesses survived by word of mouth; one person would recommend their service to another, and so on. These days, the internet has largely taken the place of those friendly recommendations. Though, unfortunately, a lot of small business owners overlook the power of online reviews. When’s the last time you […]

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December 19th, 2016 by

Website Development Options

Imagine walking into a Mercedes dealership, and on being told a new S550 costs $100,000, you say “but down the street, I can get a used 15-year-old Chevy for $1,000!” Versions of this happen every day in regards to websites. All websites are not the same any more than all cars are the same. Here […]

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December 15th, 2016 by

What will we see from websites in 2017?

Keeping your site current is often a continuous process because web design is constantly changing the rules. Old websites followed techniques that are now considered outdated, like keyword stuffing and packing everything important above the fold. 2016 was packed with new ideas and trends that websites are sure do keep adopting into 2017 and the […]

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July 13th, 2016 by

Our Top Tip For A Productive and Happy Work Week

I’d put money down on the notion that you hear it daily; whether it’s at the office with your team, at home with family, or maybe you even say it. It’s a common misconception of our valuable, precious time with task management. Of course, I’m referring to the popular excuse: “I would absolutely do that […]

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June 24th, 2016 by

DIY WordPress Blog (Blogception)

So you have a great WordPress website and you have created posts, but they aren’t showing up anywhere. What’s up with that? This usually means that either the theme you are using doesn’t support blog pages, or there is a setting/setup that you missed on the theme. Follow these steps to have your blog up […]

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June 8th, 2016 by

SSL Certificates: Do You Need One?

The million dollar question. Google has already announced that website security is one of their more than 200 ranking factors, but adding an SSL certificate isn’t for every site owner. While there are some benefits to adding https:// to the beginning of your web address, they don’t always outweigh the cons. If consumers are able […]

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April 13th, 2016 by

Good User Experience = More Online Sales

For a website to work and work well it also has to have a good design. There is a common misconception that a good design has to be pretty – this is simply not true. Though a good looking site may grab the user’s immediate attention, the design has to also be easy to use. […]

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March 2nd, 2016 by

What is a Vector File and Why Do I Care?

Many people have never even heard of the term vector or simply do not understand what it means. Vectors are basically the holy grail of image files for Web and Print Designers. If you are trying to print your logo on apparel or really anything, the printer is going to ask if you have a […]

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February 24th, 2016 by

Photography and Websites in 2016

Now almost three months into 2016 (times flies!), marketers are able to put their fingers on the pulse of what is trending for design in 2016.  At the top of the list is undoubtedly photography; many Fortune 500 companies are turning to an image-driven website, paired with a consistent, photo-centric print campaign.  A perfect example […]

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February 4th, 2016 by

Is Your Website on Google’s Black List?

It’s that time again – in just a few weeks, Google is releasing another major update to its well-known Penguin algorithm. In fact, knowing Google, I wouldn’t be surprised if they’ve already released it. This specific algorithm is in charge of regulating link spam, and demoting sites who are guilty of the outdated and spammy […]

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January 13th, 2016 by

We Eat Our Own Dogfood, and It Tastes Amazing.

If you are a business owner or an entrepreneur, perhaps you have heard of “dogfooding”, or perhaps you haven’t.  Wikipedia describes dogfooding as “a scenario in which a company uses its own product to test and promote the product”. A perfect example of dogfooding: in 1980, Apple Computer president Michael Scott actually banned typewriters within […]

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November 9th, 2015 by

What is Google’s RankBrain?

In a recent announcement, Google revealed that their new machine learning program, known as RankBrain, is now the third most important ranking factor. In other words, this is now one of the most important factors that Google uses to determine how high your page should rank. This new addition has been up and running for […]

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June 26th, 2015 by

Why I Am Ditching Google for DuckDuckGo

Yes, it sounds like insanity, a digital marketer, SEO specialist and reveler of the Web 2.0 zeitgeist ditching the albatross of search engines for…a duck? Of course, I’m ditching Google’s search engine on a purely personal level because if I ignored Google on a professional level, I’d be completely useless at my duties. That is […]

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June 12th, 2015 by

Say Goodbye to Mobile Versions of Sites

Web development has evolved over the past few years with new versions of HTML and CSS. Web designers have adapted to these newer technologies and mobile devices. Websites used to have two versions, one for the desktop computers and one for mobile devices. Now that there aren’t just a few different sizes of screen, there […]

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