More than a quarter of a century ago, the internet quietly sprang to life. Back then, only a handful of people actually knew what it was or where it was going. In just a few short years, though, it reached a level of fame reserved for only the world’s most elite phenomena. As is the … Continue reading Website Design and beyond: Making Your Website Work for You in Today’s Online World
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Back in January 2015, Canadian digital marketer Rebecca Coleman released a new social media marketing guide, one that promised you could take over Facebook with just $5. Well, it’s October, and people are still blogging about Coleman’s social media marketing plan. So how does it work? First, some important background. Last year, Facebook became public … Continue reading Hold Up, Can Anyone Really Dominate Facebook With a $5 Ad Buy?
…And everyone wants to be Apple. On July 15, Facebook signaled a major change concerning its business pages. For the past year, Facebook has been experimenting with a “Buy” button, and this July certain stores now have the new feature integrated into their business’ Facebook Page. The move would allow Facebook users to purchase items … Continue reading Facebook Wants To Be Amazon, Amazon Wants To Be Google…
When Yelp first exploded onto the local search scene, they quickly established themselves as the 21st century equivalent of a phone book. For awhile, anyone visiting a restaurant, local business, or hotel for the first time would check the reviews on Yelp beforehand. And while Google might dominate search traffic overall, Yelp carved out a … Continue reading Can Yelp Stand Up To Google, Or Is Google Already The New Yelp?
A controversial new bankruptcy case is changing the way many small businesses approach their social media presence. Jeremy Alcede is a Texas man who used Facebook to promote his gun store, criticize President Obama, and promote his beliefs about the Second Amendment. But when he lost the Houston gun store in a bankruptcy case, a … Continue reading Bankrupt Texan Accidentally Proves Value Of Social Media Marketing
Web developers love/hate the Internet as much as anyone (whose livelihood depends on it), but sometimes the Internet just goes too far, even for website designers. Case in point: Taiwanese startup HAZ Digital finally invented the “smart umbrella” you never even knew you wanted (probably because you don’t want it). The HAZ Umbrella is the … Continue reading Motorized Smart Umbrella Will Make You Want To Break The Internet
The question of whether it’s better to hire a freelance web designer over a web design company has been raging since the web went public. It’s the tale of two industries inhabiting the same space, a tale that will continue until the internet changes forever. Our take on the question is mainly built on experience.