Writing for the crickets: Why publish content nobody’s reading?
by Marie Lewis | Aug 19, 2021
We all know publishing regular content helps drive traffic, build an audience, reinforce brand identity, and put a face to the logo. But it can feel like a low priority when you’ve got tasks like budgeting, strategic planning, and order fulfillment on your plate. Here’s why you should keep trying!Read On
Why invest in an agency to develop your custom Sitefinity widgets?
by Marie Lewis | Jul 21, 2021
Sitefinity widgets help you customize your website within the Sitefinity framework. Basic widgets for content, blog posts, news, and navigation are built-in, but when your needs go beyond a simple content platform, custom tools can be developed for areas such as e-commerce, securely collecting customer data, and providing a unique user experience that reflects your brand.Read On
Top WordPress plugins for SEO, analytics, and beyond
by Marie Lewis | Jun 18, 2021
There’s a reason WordPress is the most popular web content management system in the world-- it’s open-source (free for anyone to use and modify), and you don’t have to be a software engineer to use it. But it does take a little savvy, and the sheer volume of plugins (55,000 and counting!) might seem a bit daunting to the casual user. So we’ve compiled a list of the top WordPress plugins for some of the most frequently used applications.Read On
How Healthcare Marketing is Evolving
by Travis Pryor | May 4, 2021
Billboards and TV ads once were the primary media healthcare providers used to market their services. But billboards aren’t targeted – of the hundreds or thousands of people who pass a billboard in a day, how many are actually in need of specific medical services? (And with more people working from home these days, billboards don’t have the same reach they used to).Read On
Weebly, Wix, and WordPress: A Review of the 3 ‘W’ Platforms
by Jenny Henderson | Feb 18, 2021
Three of the most widely used content management systems are Weebly, Wix, and WordPress – platforms known for their ease of use. Each of them, of course, has pros and cons. Whether you’re preparing to launch your first website or wondering whether it’s time to switch to a new CMS3, we’ve got some insights on how to choose your platform.Read On