Yes, we are website development company. And yes, we are about to shamelessly promote what we do. But, before you sigh deeply and click away, hear us out. We aren’t the only ones who think that your website can be one of your best resources:
- 2 years 7 months ago
- 2 years 8 months ago
A Few More Tips and Tricks from the Troop
In our last post, we shared our best practices for working as a team. In this post, we thought we’d give you a glimpse at the inner workings of the monkey troop.
Read on to learn what some of our monkeys do to stay sane!
- 3 years 1 month ago
If you are just starting out in the design business, or even if you are a seasoned veteran, I am sure you are aware of how difficult it can be to find quality images. Finding stock images we can use for commercial projects without gobs of money or lawyers beating down your door can be tough. There are a lot of good Royalty Free stock sites out there. Many offer reasonable subscription rates like Bigstock, for example. These sites are good to have but having free resources is also good. Free is good.
- 3 years 9 months ago
One of the biggest keys to having a successful website is somehow utilizing a content management system. A content management system (CMS) is a way of storing the content of a website so that different users with non-expert level web development experience can create, edit, and manage the thousands or millions of little pieces of content that get displayed to the end user when they visit your site.
- 4 years 1 month 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.
- 4 years 2 months ago
Content marketing, social media, and user experience seem to be all the key buzzwords that are rocking the blogs lately, and as marketing professionals, we need to pay attention. Certainly, the methods and tactics that worked for our parents’ marketing strategies aren’t going to work for us, and even the strategies we ourselves used less than a decade ago are becoming obsolete.