How Original Are You?

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I will not follow you if all your posts are quotes. Previously, we talked about not being a pushy salesman and how to authentically connect with people on social media platforms. Today lets talk about the art of balancing original content with referencing others’ materials. Quotes can be inspirational, reflect our mood and even be… Read more »

Are You Listening?

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In our last newsletter we mentioned the launch of our newest service, Custom Facebook Applications and Pages and to celebrate we are discussing social media marketing. Previously, we talked about having the right expectations, etiquette and being resilient to see your social media efforts through. I’d like to pick up with social media etiquette and… Read more »

Please Tell Me You Aren’t Doing This

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In celebration of the launch of our newest service, Custom Facebook Applications and Pages, I’ll be talking about Social Media Marketing Do’s and Don’ts. While many of these may seem to overlap, they are important to cover if I want you to have a clear understanding and expectation of what results social media can bring… Read more »

Delayed DHTML Pop-ups: Best Practice or Annoyance?

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Once upon a time (just over a decade in internet time), the internet invented the pop-up window. JavaScript allowed web developers the ability to open browser windows. This ingenious bit of code brought small content, say a sign-up form, to the visitor without having to go to a new page. But advertisers and marketeers got… Read more »

Is Your Business Suffering A Deficit?

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I’ve been on a documentary kick on Netflix for a couple of weeks now. Tuesday night I watched a film called I.O.U.S.A., a documentary made in 2008 about the national deficit. As you may have noticed, this topic has been all over the headlines for weeks now too. Don’t worry, we aren’t going to delve… Read more »

Are You Talking to Your Clients Enough?

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So today I received from sad news; we lost a client. I specifically say “sad” over “bad” because for that client, someone else was able to better meet their needs, and that’s good for my previous client. And because every experience is a learning one, it isn’t 100% bad news for me either because I… Read more »

Reflecting You in Your Website

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When designing your website there are several key things to consider. Generally speaking, you want your website to reflect your business.  This means that when possible, use the colors and theme represented in your logo, product, or physical place of business. If your business is an established brand, keep your website consistent with that image…. Read more »

the cloud

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More and more businesses are trying to sell you on this idea of “the cloud”. what is the cloud? Before “the internets“, our computers used to be loners. they didn’t really want to talk to anything but printers and mice and keyboards. Programs and files were directly installed to the computer hard drive. if you… Read more »