Google Webmaster Tools has Changed

Google Webmaster Tools has Changed

What’s Happening? Don’t start panicking yet, Google has decided to change the name of Webmaster Tools to Google Search Console. This is a smart move on Google’s behalf to get more people involved with their brand and better understand the platform. In… Read more »

What is Micro-Content? Creating More With Less

What is Micro-Content? Creating More With Less

What is Micro-Content If you’re part of the social media and content marketing world, chances are you’ve heard the term micro-content tossed around. And if you haven’t, oh well, allow us to introduce the legendary being that is…MICRO-CONTENT! What does it mean exactly? It’s… Read more »

4 Reasons Why Small Businesses Need to Invest in E-commerce

4 Reasons Why Small Businesses Need to Invest in E-commerce

According to Forbes Magazine, U.S. retailers received about half of the footfall that they expected during the 2013 holiday shopping season. In the same period, Amazon reported their best Christmas shopping season ever in 2013. So, it could be said… Read more »

Using StumbleUpon Paid Discovery for Content Promotion

Using StumbleUpon Paid Discovery for Content Promotion

Getting the content that you create out to the masses is  a challenge without  a significant budget that bigger brands have in pocket. However, this does not mean it can’t be done and for a small price. StumbleUpon is a… Read more »

6 Signs of a Healthy Company Culture

6 Signs of a Healthy Company Culture

A happy and healthy work environment is an important goal all employers, job seekers and the currently employed should strive for. Here are 6 signs that you are lucky enough to be a part of a healthy company culture, and what to do if you aren’t…. Read more »

Where In the World is Myspace Tom Anderson?

Where In the World is Myspace Tom Anderson?

Tom Anderson. You might know him from that one social networking site called Myspace or his globally recognizable profile picture in the white tee. Everyone’s former first friend has accomplished a lot throughout the years inside and outside of Myspace. Ever since the new… Read more »

Smile and Say Comic Sans

Smile and Say Comic Sans

There’s a new serif in town! You know what I’m talking about. FONTS. Lots of fonts! There are so many good ones to choose from today. (There are also a ton of horrible ones.) You may have a way with… Read more »

Is That a Hot Lead I Smell?

Is That a Hot Lead I Smell?

There’s no better feeling than walking into a room to the scent of a hot lead.  That’s right – as a business, the smell of a prospective client coming in the door is the probably one of the most euphoric… Read more »

Understanding the ROI of your Digital Marketing Dollars

Understanding the ROI of your Digital Marketing Dollars

Return on investment is a black and white mathematical calculation – so why is it so difficult for organizations to determine ROI for marketing and advertising dollars? Though calculating ROI can be challenging, it doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Helping businesses… Read more »

Duplicate Content: I Know Just Where to Put That

Duplicate Content: I Know Just Where to Put That

Duplicate content should not be used. Plain and simple. What is so evil about duplicate content that you should flush it down the toilet, or place it someplace else? Why is it so evil and how is it affecting you?… Read more »

5 Things Your Designer Wants You to Know

5 Things Your Designer Wants You to Know

Designers are a high commodity in today’s visually focused and web-centric world. Known for their love of coffee and keen eye for small details, the designer is a very distinct breed. As a client, you probably have a long list… Read more »

Content Marketing Trends for 2015

Content Marketing Trends for 2015

It’s been played out, that content is king. It can be the court jester, the prince, the queen, or even that weird uncle that no one knows what his title is. This year, we think that content needs to be… Read more »