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Maintenance
By Chris Hislop // Published on Jun 22, 2016

So you just launched your brand new website. Congratulations! Now what? Maintenance! If you’re not regularly updating your site with relevant, engaging content, your SEO score is taking a hit. Not sure what SEO is? Read this. But that’s not where we’re going to place the focus today. No. Instead, let’s talk about maintenance. Maintenance? We talkin’ ‘bout maintenance? Yeah, we are. Maintenance? You mean, I have to maintain this thing? Why? When it comes to websites, there is far more than what initially meets the eye. Think of it like a…

Tagged Under: Business Advice + Marketing
marketing
By Chris Hislop // Published on Feb 04, 2016

Okay people We’re a month in to 2016. The question: What have you done to aid in the facilitation of your New Year’s resolution marketing goals? We hope you’re well on your way to bringing those goals to fruition. If you’re still wrapping your mind around the next 11 months, here are 16 thoughts/ideas to get the visual side of your content marketing up to snuff in 2016. Content is king. That cannot be disputed. It’s important to carefully, strategically, and religiously be updating your organization’s content regularly. Have a…

Tagged Under: Business Advice + Marketing
ad
By Chris Hislop // Published on Jan 14, 2016

We are constantly being bombarded by messages… Whether you’re walking down the street passing a never-ending pattern of oversized billboards, or watching TV in between the clutter of commercials, you are constantly taking in brands. Not only are these advertisements created to persuade, inform and entertain those that will see them, but each individual ad holds its own concealed motive. We have seen many ads during the year of 2015: the good, the bad, and the ugly. However, sometimes it’s hard to appreciate meaningful ads because we are constantly blinded…

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