The most important part of your website

Creating a website can be a daunting task. There are so many things to consider, like how you want it to look and what features it should have. But the most important thing you need to consider before designing your site is why you're creating one in the first place. What do you want people who visit your site to do there?

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5 Tips For Writing Engaging Email Subject Lines

No matter the message or audience, email subject lines are one of the essential components of creating an engaging email. Other than the sender, the subject line immediately influences whether or not your audience will open or delete the message.

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2 Simple Steps to Improve Your SEO Content

Take These 2 Simple Steps to Improve Your SEO Content

Search engine optimization is the stepping stone to reaching your target audience. How search engines grade your content revolves primarily around the user experience. Simply creating a website will not get the job done today when curating content for your consumers. It truly is a race to who can optimize their content and have a further reach in the search engine. While there are many things that can be overlooked, I have two issues for you today that can improve your search engine ranking if you catch them quickly enough.

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Did Email Marketing Die?

Did Email Marketing Die?

        Today in 2022, attention has become a prime time commodity. With the rapid advancement of technology over the last decade, information has become free-flowing (overflowing for some), and screen time has increased exponentially. While this has certainly made it easier for marketers to increase their penetration into their customers' daily lives, it has also significantly ramped up the competition for said attention. From banner ads to chatbots and marketing automation, customers are in a constant state of migration from one sales funnel to the next, often without even realizing it.

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Marketing 101 Brand Building

Marketing 101: Brand Awareness

From pouring your Kelloggs in the morning to lacing up your Nikes for a run to driving your Toyota while listening to your favorite Pandora station, brands are ever-present in our life. Seriously, try and think of one product that you use on a daily basis that isn’t specifically branded. 

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