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Drupal, Joomla or WordPress?

2017-07-21T03:24:45-07:00

Joomla, Drupal and Wordpress are all Content Management Systems, which means they handle the images and text that goes on the various pages, blog posts or products displayed on your website. But which one should you choose?

Drupal, Joomla or WordPress?2017-07-21T03:24:45-07:00

The fate in our designs

2017-07-11T21:30:21-07:00

If you're having trouble deciding about a design or brand, it may be because you haven't clarified the audience or the goals of the design in enough specificity. If the goal is simply to look nice, you're likely to end up in the land of conflicting personal opinions. For whom is it mean to "look nice," and why?

The fate in our designs2017-07-11T21:30:21-07:00

Why I’m gaga for good website hosting

2017-10-13T09:06:57-07:00

How fast your site loads has an impact on your SEO score – not to mention the number of people who “bounce” off your site in frustration, and go to a faster competitor’s site. How your site is built certainly has an impact on your loading times, but what most people don’t realize is that the server on which that site resides has just as much to do with how fast your site can run.

Why I’m gaga for good website hosting2017-10-13T09:06:57-07:00

Which social media outlets should your business be on?

2017-07-21T03:11:03-07:00

Which social networks you choose to utilize as part of your social media marketing plan will largely depend on the audience you’re trying to reach, and even what kinds of content you want to post. Here’s a brief overview of your options to get you started.

Which social media outlets should your business be on?2017-07-21T03:11:03-07:00

The reasons to play the Facebook game

2017-07-21T02:50:10-07:00

Facebook tends to be one of the hardest social media platforms to compete on, but with any social arena, you might start to ask yourself: is going to all this trouble (and potential expense) to produce “social” content worth it?

The reasons to play the Facebook game2017-07-21T02:50:10-07:00

Your business personality: inbound or outbound

2017-08-11T12:18:17-07:00

Is your business an extrovert, who likes to be in front of a crowd, or an introvert, who likes to create the feeling of one on one conversations with prospects? There’s two main overarching categories of marketing. Most businesses use a blend of both, but will place the bulk of their budget and emphasis on one or the other. You can even think of it as having to do with the “personality” of your business.

Your business personality: inbound or outbound2017-08-11T12:18:17-07:00

Winning the Facebook game

2017-08-12T12:15:52-07:00

There's one way in which your goals and Facebook's goals align perfectly: You both want people to want to read and interact with the content you post. Realizing this is how you start to win the Facebook game.

Winning the Facebook game2017-08-12T12:15:52-07:00

Understanding the Facebook game

2017-07-11T16:38:08-07:00

Mastering the complex and changing rule-set that Facebook requires of businesses to gain visibility feels impossible! But you know what else has complicated rules and ever-changing environments that most of us still engage with enthusiastically? Video games.

Understanding the Facebook game2017-07-11T16:38:08-07:00

Brand your comments on nearly every blog in the known universe

2017-08-22T11:01:38-07:00

If you’ve ever commented on a blog, you’ve probably seen that other people had cool icons associated with their usernames. Sometimes it’s their logo, sometimes it’s a personal photo, sometimes it’s their favorite catch phrase. No matter what it is, they’ve got a way to express themselves or incorporate some of their business’ branding into their online socializing, and you’re left out. Not cool!

Brand your comments on nearly every blog in the known universe2017-08-22T11:01:38-07:00

Identifying undercover comment spam

2017-06-26T21:01:43-07:00

The average website that allows user interaction will receive between 10 and 200 spam comments per day. No, that’s not a typo: 10 to 200 spam comments per day. There’s plenty that can be done to automate the process of identifying and blocking spam, and if you’re hosting with us, we’ve put a number of those processes into place already. But spammers are wily, and are constantly inventing new ways to get around spam filters, and a few spam comments may slip through every week.

Identifying undercover comment spam2017-06-26T21:01:43-07:00
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