Google recently introduced a new search algorithm, dubbed “Mobilegeddon,” that will affect mobile search ranking more dramatically than any of Google’s previous updates. Here’s what you need to know.
We here at DatAchieve were not kitten around when making this mobile-responsive site; it is loaded with features such as online appointment request forms, interactive photo galleries and up-to-date information about Longmeadow’s wide-range of veterinary services. Shannon Myers, what a pawesome-looking website! Paw your way around at: http://longmeadowvet.com
Maloo’s Pub & Grill has a delicious new website and we here at DatAchieve are stuffed from all the food we sampled along the way! While designing Maloo’s Pub & Grill’s mobile-responsive website, we formed a band and auditioned to play at one of their many musical events; however, they told us to not quit our day […]
Facebook Reduces Organic Reach of Pages Business Pages have become a popular way for Facebook users to keep in touch with their favorite brand’s activities, with business posts appearing on follower’s Facebook timelines. Recently, however, these posts have been disappearing, dropping by half in just the past few months as Facebook reduces the reach of […]
The Smile Design Centre has a great new website just in time for the post-Halloween rush. And there’s even a downloadable app that lets you floss your teeth while on the go! Okay that’s not true, but it is a great looking mobile-responsive website, so finding information, pulling up directions, or dialing the number will be […]
Does your business have a Mobile Responsive Website? With the new release of Google’s new search algorithm, dubbed Mobilegeddon, it’s more important than you might think. Watch this short video and learn why DatAchieve Digital has adopted a Mobile-first workflow and why it is important for you to make sure your message reaches mobile consumers […]
We often get questions and funny comments about why our staff pics show us in a box. After all, we’re creatives―aren’t we supposed to think “outside of the box?” The fact is limitations are often an advantage in disguise.