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Why Smart Content Will Improve Your Inbound Marketing

By Courtney Stallings on May 30, 2019

Inbound marketing is using educational, valuable content to draw people who need your products/services to you. Smart content is a “weapon” in your inbound marketing arsenal and is more powerful and flexible than other types of content. Why? Because it changes/adapts based on the viewer. Smart content allows you to improve your visitor targeting and create an individualized experience.

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Tips to Keep Your Marketing from Slacking This Summer

By Claire Motz on May 28, 2019

It’s almost summer – are you feeling the heat? I’m not just talking about the summer heat. I’m referring to the heat put on marketing teams as employees gear up for summer vacation and work piles up for those of you left in the office.  Don’t let leads go unnurtured or customers unattended. What can you do to make sure your marketing doesn’t fall through the cracks as employees leave for vacation?

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Being the Best Isn’t Enough Anymore

By Casey Cavin on May 23, 2019

Imagine you’re in the restaurant business. Whether it’s been years or you’re new to the game, you know you’re the best at what you do. Your food is the best. Your service is the best. Your presentation is the best. Your atmosphere is the best. And your customers love you.

So why isn’t business booming?

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6 Tips for a Successful Trade Show

By Claire Motz on May 21, 2019

There are many reasons companies of all sizes and in all industries invest time and money participating in trade shows. From improving brand perception to generating leads to offering insight into what your prospects want/need, questions they have about industry topics, and hesitations they may feel about your brand, trade shows are a valuable resource.

Topics: strategy
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4 Paid Advertising Tactics That Won't Break the Bank

By Darling Jimenez on May 16, 2019

Read this blog if:

  • You’ve spent a lot of money on Google Ads with little success
  • You’re constantly promoting yourself on social media but get little engagement
  • You think advertising is expensive and offers low ROI
Topics: advertising
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3 Must-haves for a Successful Social or Mobile Ad Design

By Trevor McWilliams on May 14, 2019

We’ve been talking a lot about marketing with Facebook and programmatic ads, but we haven’t discussed what makes a successful ad design. You can gather the right audience, build appealing assets, and create landing pages, but if the ad itself doesn’t draw the audience’s attention, it won’t be a successful campaign.

Here are 3 must-haves for a successful social or mobile advertisement design.

Topics: advertising
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4 Tips for Creating Killer Infographics

By Trevor McWilliams on May 9, 2019

An infographic is one of the best ways to communicate content in a visually pleasing, educational manner. When done correctly, infographics grab the audience’s attention and make them want to learn about the content within. They often make otherwise boring content interesting and inviting to the public.

Topics: infographic
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SEO: Separating Search Engine Optimization Fact from Fiction

By Courtney Stallings on May 2, 2019

Understatement of the decade: SEO has changed a lot in the past few years.

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Questions to Ask in a Testimonial

By Claire Motz on April 30, 2019

Customer testimonials are a necessary part of your marketing strategy, but getting them can be daunting. A good place to start is choosing a dialogue. 

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Is a Website Ever a Once-and-Done Event? | Growth Driven Design

By Darling Jimenez on April 25, 2019

On today’s web, is a website ever a once-and-done event?  

No.

In traditional web designyou start with a website (see chart below) based on the assumption that “it will work” to achieve whatever smart goals you've set. After a year and a half to two years, you see that performance is dwindling and you embark on a 3-month redesign. You gain impact and the site works for another one and a half to two years before performance falls flat again, and you have to repeat the process.

The chart below shows that gains occur abruptly and fall flat quickly.

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