If you are an Augusta native, the name Shepeard Community Blood Center probably rings a bell.
When you hear the word ‘content optimization,’ does your mind usually think about keywords? Mine does also. But I’ve recently discovered in my work that there are a couple of factors that can help strengthen the optimization level. Let me know what you think:
Who doesn’t get happy over free stuff?? If you’re a designer, I’m sure you already have your favorite spots to go for icons, vectors, inspiration, mockups, etc. But, here are some cool ones I’ve found recently.
You’ve asked them, you’ve heard them, we’ve answered them, we’ve researched them. Commonly asked questions in website design and development. It’s a deep ocean of elements, strategies, perspectives, and more. Here I’ve compiled some of the questions we get the most often. They range from basic to complex, and if you have a curiosity question, leave us a comment!
Your website is the online face of your company which should always be geared towards bringing business and traffic. That being said, it can be super beneficial to have a professional web design, because having a quality website for your business is a valuable and smart investment.
We want to hear from businesses that have software challenges to share on the radio!
Have you heard about this yet? Google’s Business View? We stumbled upon it a couple months ago, and were intrigued.
“In short Google Maps Business View populates nearly every search destination and it is undeniable that it enriches the content displayed when the results are shown.” via
Basic search engine optimization is foundational, as well as essential, to your website’s success. SEO helps position your website for your specific goals and end users. The purpose of website optimization is to create a seamless and quality user experience, and to communicate to search engines so they can recommend your website for relevant searches.
Do you remember what interviews were like before this mega-digital age? Advice included printing out multiple copies of your resume, dressing to impress, and arriving 30 minutes early. The world of email and “come as you are” may seemed to have changed that standard advice, but maybe not….
Happy Friday, awesome people! In my downtime at work this week, I stumbled across some pretty cool stuff and wanted to share…
I bet you’ve noticed this, that the largest, most heavily visited websites have apps. In that case, smaller businesses are probably wondering if they should get an app to stay competitive. We’ve been talking about this around our office, why a small business should have an app, and here are my thoughts…