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The Cheeky Monkey Media Blog

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


  • 5 years 1 month ago

    Let's face it we all hope that Social Media will one day be the answer to all of our website woes. That one morning we will wake up to a steady stream of high quality traffic that hangs on our every word.

    Now, I would never want to dispel this myth. In fact, I am going to try to support it by giving you some tools that may make your dreams come true.

  • 5 years 6 months ago

    Hopefully as a web development company, you are working hard to please your clients. Everyone knows that a company cannot be perfect 100 percent of the time.

    However, if at any point you “mess up” with a client, hopefully you are doing your best to make it right. Before you ask for feedback from a client or partner, make sure you know how to get honest feedback.

    #1. Stay on the Same Page

  • 5 years 8 months ago

    The web design and development world is full of competition. With so many other companies to compete with how do you stay on top of it all? Obviously pleasing your client is the number one way to stay on top of the competition. If the client had a good experience with you, then hopefully they will return for more work. Of course sometimes they just don’t need more work done, but when they do you will want them to look you up.

  • 5 years 9 months ago

    It’s no secret that Cheeky Monkey Media has massive development muscle, but some people might not understand why we work with your current staff to help you handle overflow work easily. Working with a group of development freelancers has its own perks, but how does that help your actual business?

  • 6 years 3 months ago

    What is a blog? In a short definition a blog is a resource for your readers. There are millions of blogs out there but how many of them are actually effective. When you choose to write a blog it’s important to blog effectively. You know…make sure what you are blogging actually makes sense and is a valued part of the online blogging world. A great man once said that “quality over quantity is better any day.” This is so true in the blogging world because your words need to have meaning and your blogging topic needs to speak to your audience.

  • 6 years 5 months ago

    The past few blog posts have talked about protecting your online reputation and creating relatable content. After you have mastered all of those website obstacles, it’s time to start spreading the good word about your website or blog. Social media is causing quite the commotion on the web and everyone is trying to understand it. There is Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, StumbleUpon and about 15 other social media websites. Here are some rules to remember when trying to figure out social media and overcome its craziness:

  • 6 years 6 months ago

    Identifying your target market can be really frustrating. Where do you begin? If you have launched a new product or website recently, then targeting the right audience is one of your most important goals. If you are selling bananas and are not attracting monkeys, then what are you doing wrong? Many different aspects should be considered when you are identifying your actual target market.

  • 6 years 6 months ago

    Do you feel as though your website was created for a ghost town? You will be thrilled to know that there are ways to drive traffic to your site. Sitting back and waiting for people to magically come to your website is definitely a thing of the past. Here are five ways you can get real people to visit your website.

  • 6 years 8 months ago

    Consider this: 15 minutes before your lunch break ends, many would think that you are away from your desk, maybe stretching your legs. The truth is you are glued to your screen. At this time, you are probably thinking, “Good! I still have time to check my Facebook! Oooh! I need to harvest my crops in my virtual farm!” Guilty! Don’t tell me you’re not! Everybody surfs the net, whether we need to do some research or just want to throw away fractions of our lives in a virtual trash bin. So now, the question is, what do we, netizens, look for online?

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