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Bravas Corporate Site Targets Luxury Community
A website is a powerful tool, open 24/7 that can influence people’s decisions as well as educate them. No matter what service or product you offer, having a website improves and enhances your customer reach. A well-structured website can lend instant credibility to your business and position the company as a thought leader in its respective industry.
Use Articles About Your Work as a Stepping Stone to Greater Publicity
Blogging about your services is a great way to inform your customers about who you are and what you offer, but there are other ways to market your company online to gain a following and expand your brand. Regularly posting fresh content on your blog helps your online presence and informs your audience, while earning publicity benefits you in a slightly different way. An online magazine, industry award announcements, manufacturer websites, or other online media coverage will help get your name recognized in the general public. Here are a few ways you can start getting more publicity online with your winning work.
Ron Callis, CEO of One Firefly, explains how Lead Concierge will help you deliver better customer service, faster lead generation and stronger brand recognition in your local market. Please check out the video and let us know what you think by leaving a comment below!
Responsive web design is a term used for coding a website to provide optimal viewing experience whether viewing on desktop, tablet or phone. A mobile responsive website places its emphasis on text readability and overall user experience through the reduction of pinching, zooming and scrolling.
Top 5 KPIs to Watch in Google Analytics [A Beginner's Guide]
Is your website generating quality traffic? The answer is revealed in these Key Performance Indicators.
True to the spirit of a beginner’s guide, let's start with a very basic question. What is Google Analytics? A Brief History: Google Analytics is a free, yet robust platform that tracks and reports website traffic. Google Analytics is as core to its DNA as Google Search itself. For those of us who have been around long enough remember the days before Google Analytics, when your hosting company provided you bare-bones “Web Stats” and dashboards to make sense of your online performance. As if by heeding the call of mass demand for something much more sophisticated, a company named Urchin rose to the challenge and started providing real intelligent analytics for website owners. Urchin was not cheap by any stretch. I recall the day I decided to sign up with Urchin and pay the hefty fees. It was a hard pill to swallow at first, but a worthwhile investment towards understanding how my website was performing; the insights I gained were priceless. Then, one fine day in 2005, out of nowhere, Urchin became free. Google acquired the company and made the service available to the public; a joyous day for Webmasters everywhere.