Today’s shoppers routinely explore a variety of options prior to making any buying decisions. While there are still people who are impulse buyers and will pick up one of the products displayed while waiting in a retail store checkout line, others take more time to shop and carefully evaluate the product choices available. Online buyers … Continue reading Increase Your Business Volume With a Quality Denver Web Design
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?
The tech media would have you believe that Silicon Valley is ground zero for innovation and web development. But working for a web design company in Denver, which is in the midst of an economic boom, gives us a unique perspective on the way web development trends affect real businesses and the people that own … Continue reading The #1 SEO, Website Design, AND Web Development Trend of 2015 Is…
As website designers will tell you, “cutting edge” doesn’t last very long anymore. Unfortunately, that’s a huge problem for most websites. While some companies have the time and money to completely redesign their website every year, most websites don’t have that luxury. That means when you pick a website theme in 2015, it will still … Continue reading Here’s 3 Tips For Choosing The Best Web Design Themes in 2016
For every Penguin or Panda update that shakes the search engine results page (SERPs) to its core, there are a hundred quiet little tweaks to the almighty algorithm. And this September, Google made another quiet little update to its search rankings, but this time, the main loser was Google itself. In the past few weeks, … Continue reading Google+ is Dead, Long Live Google+
Earlier this summer, we told you about some click-baity headlines from tech bloggers prematurely declaring that web design is dead. Now, many web developers have a new lament about the state of web services — the Internet is boring. Have you ever gone to a website, read all the top blog posts, viral videos, and … Continue reading Custom Website Design: How To Avoid Making Another Boring Website
You may have heard of these mythical social media “influencers” by now. These mostly young, mostly hip social media marketing machines have built up massive online followings. And while many people would kill for 100,000 Instagram followers, most influencers are looking for more than just social validation. Having a large social media following allows you … Continue reading Who Influences the Influencers? An Introduction To Social Media Influencers
Ten years ago, “The Facebook” was a distraction for hip college students. Five years ago, social media marketing was primarily the domain of interns. In 2015, even Pope Francis tweets. Internet users spend more and more of their screen time using apps every year, especially popular social media apps. And as social media sucks up … Continue reading Social Media Marketing Reaches $20 Billion, But Cautionary Tales Abound
While web developers and SEO services were still dealing with the fallout from the latest Panda update, Google began testing a major new search function. For now, Google is only testing the new function in the San Francisco Bay Area, but no doubt a wider roll out is imminent. When a Bay Area user enters … Continue reading The Next HUGE Google Update is Here, and We’ve Got Bad News…
In a controversial Op-Ed in Politico, researcher Robert Epstein claims that “Google Could Rig the 2016 Election” simply by manipulating search results in favor of their chosen candidate. Although search engine optimization experts have been railing against the incredible influence Google holds over the Internet for a decade, this new research is the clearest indicator … Continue reading Fact Check: Could Google Really Rig the 2016 Election?