Responsive web design isn’t new. Most designers are well aware of the qualities that it brings to the table, making it to where websites can often render properly and completely on devices of all ranges. It can improve the mobile experience with deviating from the full-screen website and allows designers to maintain a steady aesthetic across all devices. Read More
Author - Jesseb Shiloh
When you read the articles or see the infographics about creating content for your business, you’ll find that a lot of them seem to focus on buzz words and pie-in-the-sky ideas that don’t really help. They come across more like self-esteem builders than actual functional tutorials or tips. This one is different. Read More
Every year, we hear about how email marketing is dying, that the email companies have figured out how to detect spam but that the filters are too powerful for marketing companies to break through even if they aren’t sending spam. We hear about how email is not being used by as many people, and yet we see the results are still extremely strong. Read More
Blogging gets hot in business, then cold, then hot again, then cold again. It rises and dies, and rises again. Depending on which guru you’re listening to and on what day you’re listening to them, your business may absolutely need a blog or it may be wasting its time blogging.
The truth (okay, it’s an opinion, but still) is that blogging can be one of the most powerful social media tools a company can use to promote their business when done right. If done wrong, it can be a waste of time.
This infographic gives a little bit of information that is useful but definitely highlights some of the starting points for those businesses that want to consider getting into or expanding their blogging strategy. Again, it’s a tool. Blogging by itself is hard to make work, but combined with a proper search and social strategy, it can be an excellent way to make your business stand out.
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Companies come and go and one thing that can be said for certain about tech startups is that being first doesn’t necessarily guarantee being around when a product or service really starts to take hold. That was the case for the three companies listed in the infographic below, as they all know too well that their efforts did not translate into supremacy despite bringing amazing technology to the table.