[Blog Abstract] Applying psychological and art principles to web design

From time to time, team members will share their views stimulated by content from an industry thought leader. Here, our Project Manager of Web Development, Irina Boudreau, discusses the recent article by Peep Laja at ConversionXL, “8 Web Design Principles to Know in 2019”.

There’s always something new to learn when it comes to web design. New style trends, emerging typography, out-of-this-world creatives – all of it is support exciting to observe and apply. But, we must keep in mind that a website is not a piece of art. It is a marketing engine on a mission. And that mission is to help you run and grow your business.

We all want a website that converts. So we tent do focus our efforts on boosting the conversion tactics and implementing new techniques thinking that adding another button or adding an extra paragraph of SEO-pumped copy will get us to our … Continue reading

[Blog Abstract] One Marketer’s Take on Facebook’s Clear History

From time to time, team members will share their views stimulated by content from an industry thought leader. Here, our Paid Advertising Strategist, Alexandra Sciocchetti, discusses the recent Martech Advisor article, “Ready to Be Forgotten: How Marketers Must Prepare for Facebook’s “Clear History” by Kazu Takiguchi, Founder and CEO.

We recently published a blog detailing the Facebook’s new Clear History feature (read it here). 

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Wake Up and Pay Attention: How to capture and Keep an Audience

In a world where brands have mere seconds to capture consumers’ attention, marketers need to find innovative ways to arrest and retain their target audience’s attention. Prior to the explosion of digital media, marketers only needed to create direct mailings, magazine and television ads to boost brand awareness and engagement. Now, with so much emphasis on multi-channel storytelling, the management of attention in marketing is crucial.

As much as we wish that consumers give our brands their undivided attention, the reality is that most consumers’ attention is severely fragmented. Brands need to face this challenge head-on, cut through the noise and make a memorable impact … all within less than 60 seconds. Continue reading “Wake Up and Pay Attention: How to capture and Keep an Audience”

Top 3 Digital Transformation Trends In Manufacturing For 2020

From time to time, team members will share their views stimulated by a piece from an industry thought leader. Here, our Director of Paid Marketing, Kim Figor, discusses an article from Forbes by contributor, Daniel Newman “Top 3 Digital Transformation Trends In Manufacturing For 2020

If I had to choose one buzzword that has been consistent over the past few years, it would probably be “digital transformation”. Why? This phrase seems to be consistent year over year. Yes, in the technology, but (arguably) in the companies who adopt these new technologies.

I found Newman’s article very interesting as without saying so, Newman did a fabulous job of contradicting a popular manufacturer stereotype of being late adopters. As Newman states “It’s the manufacturing companies themselves recognizing the massive impact of connecting one’s work and processes to the IoT.” Continue reading “Top 3 Digital Transformation Trends In Manufacturing For 2020”

[Blog Abstract] Content Marketing For Law Firms

From time to time, team members will share their views stimulated by content from an industry thought leader. Here, our Marketing Strategist, Todd Rader, discusses the recent Forbes article, Content Marketing For Law Firms (Hint: Legal Content Doesn’t Have To Be Boring) by Alex Valencia, Forbes Agency Council Member.

While this article speaks specifically to the stereotype of the legal industry as being strict, stuffy and, ahem, boring, its insight applies to many B2B marketers seeking to engage customers. Eighty-four percent of people expect brands to produce content that entertains, provides solutions and produces experiences and events. This is a high bar to achieve and success requires customer insight, a strategic plan, and creative expertise. Continue reading “[Blog Abstract] Content Marketing For Law Firms”

Optimize Your Website for Voice Search

What is Voice Search? 

Rather than typing, users search online by using their voice to speak their search query on their smartphone or smart speaker. It gives them the freedom to speak naturally to find the products and services they need hands-free 

Optimize 

Voice search has a lot of advantages, especially in today’s digital age. Understanding this technology can really give you a competitive edge. This holds especially true when it comes to making sure your content appears at the top of searches. When done right, your website can obtain more traffic and leads, which ultimately can lead to higher conversion rates.  

Upgrade Your Website 

Your website needs to provide relevant information from the moment a user lands on it. Since we use mobile devices now more than desktop computers, it’s only natural that albeit a smartphone or tablet, it is Continue reading