“52% of all small businesses are home-based.” – Survey of Business Owner, US Census
“Mobile Now Drives 28 Percent Of All Web Traffic” – as of third quarter of 2013.
Before we start our discussion, let’s first answer the first question when I ask clients if they want an RSS feed on their website:
Non-profit organization and community event organizers need funds to promote their cause, and the every year, corporations spend millions of dollars on cause-related marketing and event sponsorships. Organizations that become good sponsorship partners realize that this is a business deal, not just a donation.
What is a Corporate Sponsorship? “To sponsor something is to support an event, activity, person, or organization financially or through the provision of products or services. A sponsor is the individual or group that provides the support, similar to a benefactor.” – WikipediaDetails
Startup Production, now in its 15th year of business, has had an exciting year in 2013. As internet marketing and the process of web design has evolved and transformed, we’ve added new services, expanded our team, and worked hard to keep our clients informed of these changes. “If we don’t change, we don’t grow. If…Details
There is a plethora of articles written out there on the various nuances of interpreting the ever-changing and elusive Google Analytics but for the more novice user, (the typically overwhelmed small business owner and marketing manager), I will give a quick synopsis of what can be gained from its features.
What is LinkedIn? LinkedIn provides several valuable services, as per their website, they claim to be “Your Public Profile on LinkedIn acts as your Social Selling Business Card”. They also advertise that they can enhance your trust and credibility, generate more traffic to your site, and create an indexed and ranked profile.Details
Content is still … King! Considering recent changes to the most popular search engine’s algorithms, these days website content has become increasingly vital to your website’s success. The former tricks of the SEO trade (link schemes, paid links, keyword stuffing, spamming, etc) not only no longer bring any benefit to your site but now will…Details
Google’s New Rollout of Hummingbird: What does it mean for your website? Let’s face it, Google is currently setting the bar with regards to Search Engine Optimization standards and algorithms. So if you have a website and want to get it ranked high on relevant searches for your product/service, you cannot ignore the continually changing…Details