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Twitter Basics: How Businesses Use it Right

Posted by Sarah Wai on Jul 15, 2021 1:34:00 PM

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Once, I was sitting in on a marketing class, listening to a professor give a lecture on social media and the impact it has on society and the business world. About 40 minutes into the lecture, an older student raised his hand and said, "Everyone knows that social media is just for millennials. How can it possibly be useful for businesses?"

The professor, who was in his early 60s, replied, "Is it? Then why do I have ads popping up on my news feed targeted at old balding men like me?"

What is a CMS?

Posted by Lindsey Bowshier on Jul 9, 2021 4:30:00 PM

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One of the most common questions we hear as a web marketing agency is, "What is a CMS?" This is usually after one of us annoyingly drops this jargony acronym in a conversation with a new client or prospect. To which we sheepishly reply, "Oh, sorry! It stands for Content Management System." Which is often followed by: "What is a content management system?"

June 2021 Social Media Snapshot

Posted by Sarah Wai on Jul 6, 2021 11:00:00 AM

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Welcome to our June edition of the Social Media Snapshot! Every month we try to catch you up with a brief overview of what's been happening in the social media world as it pertains to businesses. This month, we're taking a look at what happened in June, including:

Understanding Conversion Rate Optimization

Posted by Corey Smith on Jun 16, 2021 2:12:00 PM

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For as long as business owners have had a location to hang their sign, they have tried to find more and more ways to get more and more people to buy from them.

What usually happens is that businesses (even experienced marketers) will simply create a punchlist of tactics that they think are important to do — if they do they’ll get sales.

4 Ways To Increase Your Healthcare Company's Online Presence

Posted by Sarah Wai on Jun 14, 2021 8:21:06 AM

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Just having a website on the internet is no longer enough to be found online. All industries are experiencing that reality and are recognizing the need to have more of an active approach to their online presence. Healthcare companies are no exception!

Sure your website may have a lot of traffic coming from patients attempting to access their online portal or to find their provider's contact information, but that's not the kind of traffic that brings in new business. Providing a good user experience and online presence that works for current patients is a basic necessity. But good user experience and online presence that also captures the interest and business of potential patients can be revolutionary!

May 2021 Social Media Snapshot

Posted by Sarah Wai on Jun 7, 2021 11:41:37 AM

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Welcome to our May edition of the Social Media Snapshot! Every month we try to catch you up with a brief overview of what's been happening in the social media world as it pertains to businesses. This month, we're taking a look at new social media monetization options and social media platform updates that happened in May.

Put Your Damn Website on the Internet

Posted by Lindsey Bowshier on May 26, 2021 1:26:00 PM

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If you build a website and never put it on the internet, is it really a website?

This is not a deep philosophical question. It has a simple answer.

NO.

A development site is like an unsent email in your draft folder or all those baby pictures of your teenager on your phone that you keep meaning to back up to your computer or maybe even print and hang on the wall.

So then why are there so many websites living in the purgatory of a development environment instead of on the world wide web?

This is not a rhetorical question. It also has a simple, though not as brief, answer.

How to Attract New Patients to Your Healthcare Organization with Buyer Personas

Posted by Sarah Wai on May 12, 2021 2:58:00 PM

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Do you know the kind of new patients you want to attract to your healthcare organization? We're not just talking about "people who need a primary care provider" or "people who need our medical product or service." We're talking about digging deeper and attracting the ideal patients for your in-house providers who will stay with your organization for years to come.