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Too often, website design only scratches the surface. How will it look? How will the menus work? What platform will it be built on? If your website isn’t connecting with customers — if it’s not generating leads and helping you turn those leads into sales — then it doesn’t matter how the site functions. And it certainly doesn’t matter what it looks like.

“Purposeful design” is the process of building websites with your business goals in mind. And, at Relish, it’s what we’re all about.

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5 Strategies to Increase Online Customer Retention (Especially for SaaS)

  It's a natural instinct to put your major marketing resources toward increasing your customer base. Acquiring new customers directly leads to helping your business grow, the core goal of most if not all marketing initiatives. Unfortunately, this focus on acquisition can easily ignore efforts to increase your online customer retention, a goal that should be just as…

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Social Media Marketing in 2016: Trends to Watch For

The beginning of social media marketing is regarded as 2004, the year Facebook was founded. Since then, social media marketing has vastly changed. Today, 96 percent of marketers are using social media to promote companies and it's clear that social media will keep growing through 2016. Here are the top five predicted social media trends…

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Do You Really Need Social Media for Your Business?

As a new business owner, you've been told social media for business is critical for your success. But with all the other things on your plate, do you really need social media for your business? The short answer is yes – consider this: Nielsen reports that 80 percent of corporations are using social media to…

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