3 Tips to Creating a Successful Landing Page

When you start diving into the world of advertising, creating landing pages that a customer will be directed to is critical to the success of your conversion rate. The job of the landing page is to give the customer all the information they will need in order to take an action such as purchasing a product or entering their information into a form. Here are three tips to following when designing your next landing page.

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3 Tools to Intensely Mock

Who hasn’t, at one time or another, needed to mock up a web page, a user interface, or even a complete application? For a designer or developer, sometimes it’s best to whip up a quick mock up for management or clients prior to starting a task. That way you get sign off from the VIPs [...]

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Beware (and Be Aware) of Wordpress Privacy Settings

Beware (and Be Aware) of Wordpress Privacy Settings
Not to start this off too tangentially, but there are times when writing a blog post is painful. Not physically, mind you, but definitely psychologically, and even spiritually (if you’re the spiritual sort).
This is one such time.
Here’s a quick tip for you Wordpress users: be sure to check [...]

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7 BIG Myths About WordPress

We’re here set things straight, if you will, and talk about the seven biggest myths that we hear about WordPress on a regular basis.

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Technically Speaking With…Cello Vergara

For this month’s “Technically Speaking With” column, we had the pleasure of speaking with Cello Vergara, President and CEO of Propoganda3, a leading interactive production studio based out of Kansas City, MO. Be sure to check out the full interview below, as Cello had lots to share about interactive design and the emergence of mobile marketing technology. In addition, he offered some great insights about the designer/client relationship, and how he and his team approach client work.

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Looking to expand your web development business? Outlook on financial backing in 2010

Last week our Chairman and CEO, Barry Sloane, shared his thought on the financial outlook for small business owners in 2010 during an interview on the Bob Coleman Small Business Banker radio show.

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Raise Your Hand for Social Media

If it hasn’t been beaten it into by now, there’s a good chance you’re missing out on a huge demographic if you’re not playing the social field. But don’t worry, friends. January isn’t even over yet. If you haven’t made “engage in social media” one of your resolutions for the New Year, it’s not too late.

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Bookmark It! (Not to be confused with the popular 80’s reading program, Book It)

2010 is right around the corner. As of Jan. 4, we’ll all be rearing to get started on a brand new year, so before taking off to celebrate the holidays, why not get your resources in order? Fine tune your bookmarks so to speak…

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Technically Speaking With…Ben Hunt

When it comes to web design, Ben Hunt of Scratch Media, values simplicity – more specifically, using pixels wisely without sacrificing appeal. In this month’s “Technically Speaking With” column, Ben shares insights on SEO, common mistakes to avoid and even gives us a glimpse into his designer’s toolbox.

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Adobe MAX 2009 Round Up

What happens when over four thousand of some of the world’s best designers and developers congregate in Los Angeles for a week—with Luke Skywalker and John Mayer in attendance?  A whole lot of fun.  Well, I wasn’t there, but I’m going to guess that was the case.  Good thing for you and I both, we [...]

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