Well, 2010 has finally arrived, and with it are new, innovative Website designs that will usher in the brave, new look of tomorrow’s online marketplace. There will be Web design trends that people will love and some they hate, and what is hot at the beginning of the year may be cold by year’s end. Additionally, the trend doesn’t begin and end on January 1st; there is a definite shift in ideas and trends as the year progresses, albeit a subtle one, as new ideas emerge and become more streamlined.
January 3rd, 2010
Social Networking: What Is It, and Why Your Company Should Use It
At this point in time, MySpace and Facebook have become household names. MySpace is still categorized a website for the younger generation whereby individuals can chat with their friends, meet new people, and share photos and links, while Facebook has emerged as a more sophisticated, streamlined version, utilized by young and old alike.
December 5th, 2009
Five Things to Avoid With Web Design
As advances in technology and the Internet have allowed websites to utilize a bevy of creative enhancements, website design developed into an art and a science.
November 23rd, 2009
Facebook for Business and Social Media Marketing
Although Facebook remains one of the most blocked sites from within an office, many companies have taken the initiative and created a Facebook page in order to expand their web presence. A Facebook page also allows a company to quickly post important information, links and videos, further increasing brand recognition and alerting followers of new events.
November 11th, 2009
E-mail Marketing: Critical Factors and New Trends
Recent years have shown a significant increase in the use of email marketing campaigns by both major corporations and small businesses
September 11th, 2009
Email Marketing – Expand Your Online Presence and Customer Base
When you have a new product to promote, information regarding an event, or important news to share, it is critical that your message reaches your target base in a timely fashion. Simply waiting for prospects to visit your site is not feasible or cost-efficient, especially when you can easily place your information directly in front of the eyes of thousands overnight.
February 23rd, 2008
Three Steps to Better Email Marketing
A lot has been said about the subject of email marketing, and numerous tips, tricks and techniques have been discoursed throughout the Internet on blogs, forums, and by web marketing companies. But more often than not, the subject matter focuses on the content of the email, and fails to address a critical factor that may render your entire email marketing campaign ineffective, no matter how outstanding the content of your emails might be.