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Uncategorized / 11.01.2017

By Aaron Agius Stagnant organic traffic is the last thing you want to see when reviewing metrics, but it’s an issue that every marketer deals with at some point. Those dips and plateaus in traffic can come from industry changes, how your audience digests content, the amount (and quality) of new content you’re producing, or how relevant your older content is. Sometimes, all...

Uncategorized / 09.01.2017

By: Caitlin Struhs Engagement and collaboration should be at the top of the list for best online experience. It might seem like creating cohesion for your organization, your communities and your brand can seem an insurmountable task, but you probably already have great content and brand advocates on your side. Not only a must for organizations, a compelling web presence has also...

Uncategorized / 06.01.2017

By Lindsay Kolowich Your website is the most important tool you have for turning prospects into customers. There are plenty of ways to increase the number of people visiting your site, but unless you convert these visitors into leads, you won't be able to ultimately get new customers. As a result, your business won't be able to grow at a healthy rate. That's...

Uncategorized / 30.12.2016

By Henneke Duistermaat We’ve all been there … You’ve carefully crafted an email. You’ve polished each sentence. You’ve racked your brain for the very best subject line. You hit publish with a sigh of relief.  That’s done.  But when you look at your email stats, you notice that the opens aren’t as good as you’d hoped, and the click-throughs are disappointing. It’s...

Uncategorized / 23.12.2016

By Anonymous How do you create a website that’s, well, perfect? While the answer might vary depending on who you talk to, those who know good sites from less good sites will all agree it’s the right combo of the following ingredients: Beautiful design User-friendly UX Smart content We’ve already covered how to design a stunning website, and we’ve also touched on...

Uncategorized / 21.12.2016

By Carly Crow Statistics overwhelmingly show that your website is very likely your customers’ first impression of your brand or store. That being said, keeping your site up-to-date and relevant is definitely in your best interest. An upgrade may mean a new site, but in some cases may be just mean fixing up what you already have. Here are 10 signs...