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A few words from the apes, monkeys, and various primates that make up the Cheeky Monkey Super Squad.

Marketing

  • 3 years 6 months ago

    When our company is sponsoring a conference, it takes months of work to prepare for in regards to finding swag to represent our company, and how we plan on representing ourselves from our conference space.

  • 3 years 8 months ago

    Ever hear of Conversion Planning?

    As web professionals, we often tell clients time and time again to have an actual goal for the website. Be sure to have an idea of what the desired end result will be, and then work from there.

    Of course, much like the proverbial dead horse, this concept gets beaten over and over again. It’s not that we web folk are maniacally obsessed with goal setting and forecasting. It’s more due to the fact that – despite working in a highly technical field – many a time, we just don’t know where to start when it comes to solving your web issue.

  • 3 years 9 months ago

    Have you ever felt frustrated not being able to find the information you need?

  • 3 years 10 months ago

    A few months ago, a good friend opened up a new store to add to his stable of businesses. I offered my help with some of the basic setup, shelving, walkways, etc. I found it really interesting to see how much care my friend took in ensuring that customers walking through the store would have easy access to products; that their walking paths wouldn’t be interrupted by any obstacles; and that basic flow through the store would be a smooth and fluid experience.

  • 3 years 10 months ago

    Notes from the Trail: September 17, 2014

    I found an interesting article about SEO today on the Digital Journal, “Signs of an SEO Scam” (you can read it here). I don’t know if the tactics they mention are scams in the traditional sense, but it does have some helpful tips on what to avoid when picking an SEO company.

  • 3 years 10 months ago

    Online Marketing seems to be an ever-evolving industry, where new tactics are being implemented on a daily basis. Many times, companies begin to execute on the latest fad with little idea about why it’s important, and even less idea about its application.

  • 4 years 1 month ago

    As I promised last time. I told you I would keep giving you more information from my amazing brain. Read on to learn more about SEO.

    Identify what your site needs

    This can be a little difficult to figure out if you’re not familiar with your current web statistics, or if you haven’t quite got a handle on what people are doing when they browse your site. However, understanding this one little concept can help save you a lot of wasted marketing spend.

  • 4 years 1 month ago

    Knowing what you want to do

    The best question heard in the realm of web development is, “can this be done?” The simple answer is yes – usually, most things can be built into a website. The hard part is figuring out how to do it, and how long it will take. With that in mind, it’s usually better to worry more about what you want, as opposed to worrying about what may or may not be possible.

  • 4 years 1 month ago

    I once had a client tell me that I was a magician with keyword selection and analysis. It was flattering, but not even close to accurate. The truth, unfortunately, is nowhere near as exciting. Though it may seem that keyword analysis is a mystical talent, it’s actually more of a combination of art and science.

    If you’re looking at your own keywords, here are a few quick tips that may help you. Though I can’t promise you magical powers with this information, I can at least give you a good starting point.           

  • 4 years 3 months ago

    Launching a website is exciting. It usually happens after a rather long commitment, and getting wrapped up in the moment can make it easy to forget some critical tasks.

    Taking care of these five items will make your launch both easier and much more likely to succeed.

    1. Know your target market

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