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Website Redesign SEO – What You Need to Know!

By in Online Marketing,

Considering Redesigning Your Website? Don’t Forget SEO as Part of Your Website Redesign Project Plan If you are considering the redesign of your Website, it is critical to consider the impacts this could have on your existing and future search engine positions. In many cases your business will have an established Website with some decent…

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Web Design & Website Development – A Look Backward and Forward

By in Webolutions Inside & Out,

Webolutions – Over Two Decades of Website Design and Development Excellence After nearly 24 years of owning a web design company, providing enterprise-level website development as a full-service digital marketing agency, I thought it would be beneficial to share some this history with those newer to the industry. Reason dictates that the further you can…

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Social Marketing with Facebook

By in Social Marketing,

Facebook is steadily becoming the largest social network on the Internet, with over 175 million active users. Consumers are turning to Internet resources, such as Facebook, when searching for feedback on a company’s products and services. Facebook allows businesses the chance to build customer evangelists, connect with new or existing customers, promote products, participate in…

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Client Relationship Building – Critical to Your Long-Term Business Success

By in Marketing Trends,

Most Onlin Marketing initiatives include some sort of Web analytics. However, many people overlook the critical measurement of the telephone calls received as a result of these efforts. Webolutions’ call tracking solution allows businesses to add a new dimension to their online and offline campaign ROI measurement.  Some of this service’s features include: Unique campaign-by-campaign…

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The most important question in marketing

By in Marketing Trends,

In a previous post I talked about asking questions as a way to stimulate ideas. Questions open your mind to possibilities. One question in particular, when asked over and over again, can dramatically improve your company’s long-term profitability. That question is: How can I improve my service? I am talking about service in a general…

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Common Misconceptions about Organic Search Marketing

By in Online Marketing,

Time and time again people come to Webolutions with false expectations created by reading substandard blog posts or receive guidance from less than reputable online marketing firms. It is time to clear up the misconceptions and set the record straight: Internet Marketing Takes NO Effort: False – Internet Marketing is time-consuming. I am sure you…

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Experiential Marketing – A Critical Component for Success   

By in Experiential Marketing, Marketing Trends,

“Your smile is your logo, your personality is your business card, how you leave others feeling after having an experience with you becomes your trademark.” Many of you may recognize this quote by Jay Danzie. This captures the essence of why experiential marketing is critical for the development of any successful brand.    As a brand development agency, we talk with hundreds of…

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Reflecting on 23 Years of Passion & Rewards

By in Webolutions Inside & Out,

A Thank You from Our CEO / Founder February is a perfect time to celebrate the passions in your life. A couple months ago, Webolutions celebrated our 23rd year of helping our clients establish their organizational visions and successfully bringing these to life. Last week, we enjoyed an executive roundtable and we were joined by…

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Keys for Your Business to Thrive in 2018

By in Marketing Trends,

The business landscape is changing faster than ever before. Across all industries, changes are occurring in technology, communications, product and service delivery, workforce expectations and the demands of customers. Competition is increasing, and newer, more innovative companies are taking market share from those who are more established. For your business to thrive in this evolving environment, you must pay attention to…

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Current Marketing Trends – a Look at Big Marketing

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A recent article in the New York Times outlined a unique approach to education called the Big History Project.  David Christian developed this unconventional way of teaching history in order to help students make connections between multiple different disciplines and the multiple different causes and effects, which are generally not made through the current, conventional…

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