Traditional marketing splits audiences into demographics (age, gender, income) so that messages are more likely to resonate with the individual who reads it. Without a pile of cash for market research and focus groups, it is much easier to break your audience into groups and create focused, targeted campaigns rather than trying appeal to ‘everyone.’ This concept also applies to product and interface design. Continue reading
Over the years we have seen many businesses who don’t use their newsletters to the fullest extent possible. It makes sense because small business owners are too busy to worry about managing, creating and composing weekly emails. These tips can help make filling up the screen with engaging, meaningful content that will encourage repeat business not seem so daunting! Continue reading
While we advocate using organic search, social media and bookmarking as well as free listings to the fullest extent possible before delving into pay-per-click, there are times when it makes sense to do so from the get go: Continue reading
There are two primary challenges of Internet Marketing. The first is getting your site to show up in search results when someone types in phrases relevant to whatever it is you provide to your customers, audience and shareholders.
Once people have clicked through to your site the second obstacle to overcome is generating conversions — in other words, actionable, qualified leads for sales to follow up on. Continue reading
Our in-depth process for website design has been forged through fourteen years of experience on projects ranging from simple five pagers to database driven web and Flash applications. Continue reading