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Get It Together: 3 Tools to Help Schedule Your Next Meeting

If you are like most busy professionals, booking meeting time can be a challenge. Trying to get several people’s calendars to match up for a common block of time can seem damn-near impossible. Fortunately, the world in which we live is truly an amazing place – technologically speaking – and a wide variety of tools … Continued

Ask a Web Developer: Get a Quick Snapshot of Your Website Traffic

Google Analytics is an awesome reporting tool to track website traffic performance and it offers a lot of data one needs to analyze almost every aspect of one’s traffic and website visitor information. The only cost of entry is setting up a free Analytics account and adding the JavaScript tracking code to your website. But unless you’ve spent a lot … Continued

Digital Marketing: To App or Not to App? Get your business found online

There are few things that can capture more of a person’s attention than an amazing app. But is the time, effort, and cost associated with creating a mobile app worth it for your business? Recent studies demonstrate that answer is a resounding, “It depends.” Evidence supporting a massive increase in mobile traffic and time spent interacting with our “3-foot” devices is … Continued

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Creating a Business Website: “Can You Make It More Flashy and Animated?”

There are over a billion websites — that’s a lot of freaking websites. If you visited one website every second, it’d take you around 32 years to see them all (1 billion seconds is 31.71 years). With that many websites, it’s no wonder why many people and businesses want to make their website stand out in … Continued

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Inbound Marketing 101: The Four Marketing Actions Part 4 – Delight Your Customers

You have closed a lead to become a paying customer using the inbound marketing techniques described in our previous post, Inbound Marketing 101: The Four Marketing Actions Part 3 – Closing Sales. In our final installment of the Inbound Marketing 101 series detailing the four marketing actions, we’ll explore ways to help retain your current clients, upsell them to … Continued

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Inbound Marketing 101: The Four Marketing Actions Part 3 – Closing Sales

As we move down the pathway of inbound marketing actions, we have learned how to attract your target audience and convert them from strangers to leads. Now it’s time to bring those new leads into the fold as a paying client or customer. In this post, we’ll dive into the tools available to help with step three … Continued

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Inbound Marketing 101: The Four Marketing Actions Part 2 – Convert Traffic to Leads

In our previous installment, Inbound Marketing 101: The Four Marketing Actions Part 1 – Attract Traffic to Your Website, you learned about the tools available to enable your business to get in front of your target audience and drive them to your website. In this post, we’ll explore step two of the process, how to convert traffic … Continued

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Inbound Marketing 101: The Four Marketing Actions Part 1 – Attract Traffic to Your Website

In our previous post, “Inbound Marketing 101: What is Inbound?” we outlined the basics of inbound marketing and the strategies employed to turn your website into an online lead generating machine. In this post, we’ll dig a bit deeper into understanding the first of four marketing actions that drive your audience to convert from a … Continued

Multi-Channel Integration

Inbound Marketing 101: What is Inbound?

How would you like to transform your business and turn your website into a lead generating machine? Sound far-fetched? Well, it isn’t. Utilizing inbound marketing techniques, you can put your website to work for you and move beyond spray and pray digital marketing. What is Inbound Marketing? Simply put, inbound marketing refers to marketing practices geared … Continued

Ask a Web Developer: Do I Need a Content Management System?

When speaking with potential clients looking for website design and web development, I often get the question, “Do I really need a content management system?” And 99% of the time, the answer is “Yes. Yes you do.” Before I break down the benefits of a content management system (CMS) such as WordPress, let’s establish a definition.

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