Guides, Internet Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Search Engine Optimization, Web Development
Design Corner, Internet Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Search Engine Optimization, Web Development
One tip that many businesses have been taking advantage of is getting into foreign markets. Specifically, getting into marketing in different languages. For example, if you’re a local business, you might want to consider the other languages spoken throughout your local area.
When it comes to marketing, many countries look to English-speaking countries like the US, copying successful elements of marketing strategies into their own work and tailoring it to local audiences.
Guides, Internet Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Web Development
Have you ever visited a website that just felt ‘right’?
It was easy to get around. It offered information almost before you realized you needed it. And it looked great on all screens.
That warm, fuzzy feeling you get on sites like that isn’t an accident. A web designer created that feeling to turn your interest into action.
You can (and must) create the same feeling in your site visitors.
Ecommerce, Guides, Web Development
Over the past few years SEO has become increasingly specialized. That includes Local SEO, which has become one of the most in-demand yet poorly understood branches of SEO. Mostly, it’s where your entire online presence is optimized for local customers.
Local SEO is one of Google’s main targets for SEO and rankings, so businesses that can adjust to maximize their local presence will do well. If you own a local business, mainly if you only service a small area in a single city, listen up: this is how to maximize your online presence, generate more local customers, and lead the pack on Google’s search results page.
If you’re looking to start an ecommerce website, you’ve probably heard of Shopify, WooCommerce, and Magento. As three of the most common ecommerce platforms on the web, all three offer basic solutions for businesses that want to sell their products and services online.
However, these platforms vary quite a bit when it comes to their functionalities and what features they provide. Fortunately I’ve worked with all three of these platforms, so it’s pretty easy to tell you how each platform outperforms another and which one is the right fit for your business.
Internet Marketing, Web Development
Productivity in the workplace is always a major concern. We try all kinds of things to boost our productivity from using productivity apps like Asana, Brief or using the 2-Minute rule, to bringing an entire garden to work. So what about finding ways to improve our productivity when we’re coding?
If you’re developing any kind of web-based project and your code isn’t working as planned (which is most of the time) the first place you’d check is your browser console.
The console is arguably the most used tool that a developer uses to debug their code. Still, most developers just use it to search for syntax errors and console logging. While these two are the most common uses, that’s just a fraction of what the console is capable of.
Here are 10 of the top browser console hacks that will make you (or your dev’s) life much easier:
As the marketing industry shifts to accommodate the rise of websites and a constant online presence, the people working in the industry are shifting, too. Previously the field of creatives and ad men, nowadays, the significance of data and analysis is leading to an increase in engineers and the analytical type in marketing. But what makes them so adept at the new always online style of marketing?