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August 18th, 2014
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FILED UNDER Marketing, Tips

Have you heard of negative SEO? It’s the process of using SEO tactics to negatively affect a website’s health and visibility on the web. Negative SEO tactics may range from buying links or intentionally building lots of low-quality links to causing malicious damage to a website by hacking it. This isn’t a new thing. Black-hat […]


August 15th, 2014
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FILED UNDER Friday Five

1. Scribble Pen – Have you looked at objects and want to duplicate the exact color in design? The Scribble Pen can help you do just that by allowing you to hold the pen up to any object, and it will transfer to your mobile device or paper. The creators recently hit their Kickstarter goal […]


August 8th, 2014
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FILED UNDER Friday Five

1. Vessyl – Ever thought about what you intake in calories via liquids during the day? The inventors of Vessyl have. The cup counts the calories in each drink you intake and adds it up in an easy-to-manage app — perfect for those who are watching their waistline and health. 2. Data Never Sleeps – […]


August 4th, 2014
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FILED UNDER Marketing

SEO for large websites with a multitude of pages, products and solutions is challenging. It’s difficult to properly target and manage thousands of keywords and queries. Here are some best practices to implement to make sure you are not missing opportunities. 1. Content not keywords. Consider behavior-based searches by taking a content-based approach to SEO rather […]


August 1st, 2014
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FILED UNDER Friday Five

1. Pinterest for Preserves – Is your summer garden overflowing with vegetables, but you have no idea what to do with them? Pinterest is the answer to your problems. Search for recipes for harvesting and preserving your meal for those long winter nights when summer is just a memory. 2. Winsome Goods – Based in […]


August 7th, 2014
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FILED UNDER Design, Marketing, Tips

Think of all the daily tasks you can do online: shopping, communicating, listening to music, banking, finding directions, tracking your workout, choosing where to go to dinner. As the web becomes more and more prevalent in our everyday lives, a solid web presence is no longer a luxury, but a necessity for your business! Your […]


July 29th, 2014
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FILED UNDER Marketing

Google Analytics is a treasure trove of data about your visitors and their visits to your website. The trick is in knowing how to set up and arrange that data in the way that’s most useful to you! If you haven’t yet used custom campaign URLs, you’ll want to give it a try. Custom campaign […]


July 11th, 2014
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FILED UNDER Friday Five

1. Free Piano Concert – No need to be asked to be put on the list this time. Aspiring young pianist Dylan Spoering is inviting you to attend his piano recital that will take place on his front lawn. The musician was spotted outside his house promoting and asking anyone that passed to attend, so […]


July 9th, 2014
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FILED UNDER Culture, Social Media, Tips

Remember the early days when “liking” a Facebook page meant you would get all of their posts in your newsfeed? Have you been noticing that some of your Facebook page posts don’t get as many hits as it used to? The platform has slowly been changing its algorithms — for a few years now without […]


July 7th, 2014
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FILED UNDER Marketing

The world, these days, is obsessed with “hacks” that somehow make life simpler, processes quicker, and people generally happier. They are running rampant on the Internet (just open Pinterest and you’ll see what I mean). I’m going to hop on this gravy train for a moment here and give you busy people of the world […]