Facebook Ad vs. Boosted Post Facebook has quickly become a popular and productive advertising medium for many businesses. While its do-it-yourself publishing tools enable a small business to easily boost a post from their Facebook page and reach an audience beyond those who have simply “liked” their page, a Facebook ad can offer more options […]
More than a Content Management System Here are 7 things you can do with WordPress that you might not know about. 1. Support Corporate Enterprise Level Websites Enterprise level websites generally need to accommodate heavy traffic and require more robust hosting and security than typical sites. With over a decade of development and refinement behind it, […]
Getting the Most Out of Your Facebook Campaign With over 1.23 billion daily active users, Facebook is by far the most popular social media site today1. According to a recent Pew Internet & Technology report, nearly eight out of ten Americans who use the Internet are on Facebook and its users cut across demographic lines, […]
Building the Best WordPress Websites There are many things to consider when building a WordPress website. Aside from the obvious message, audience, and marketing aspect, there are technical considerations that should be addressed at the beginning of a project so that you don’t find yourself “painted into a corner” and unable to make changes later […]
Had an ideation session with the team this week. We knocked around some options on targeted content marketing posts and, while this one was initially tabled, we circled back around and Business Jargon on Crack finally got the green-light. And, on the upside, I get to repurpose this great YouTube video! Actually, this is a […]
Every sixty seconds 38,194 Facebook statuses are updated, 347,222 Tweets are sent, and 300 brand new websites are launched. According to Google CEO Eric Schmidt, in two days’ time, we now create as much information as we did from the dawn of civilization up until 2003. So, as a business person, what should you do? […]
If you are considering a new website now, you should be thinking about functionality and design that will continue to be effective into the future. Here are six trends that we believe will last.
Kentucky has its bourbon and California has its wine, but do you know what we have right here in Maryland? Well, crabs, of course—but you gotta’ wash ’em down with something and, with nearly forty active breweries across the state, we’re fast becoming known for our beer! And that’s just counting the members of the Brewers Association […]
Much of the “video” in this promotional clip produced by DatAchieve Digital for Bowman Development is actually made up of still photographs. Parallax-like 3-D effects have been applied to the corners of buildings and rooms, light poles, and window views to create a film-like appearance. Walker / Tri-State / Potomac Walk Buildings, Hagerstown, MD from […]
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.