With all of the algorithm updates Google has been releasing, have you ever wondered if you are keeping up with them? From Panda to Penguin to now Hummingbird, the updates aren’t stopping. Having all of these animal names as algorithm updates isn’t helping either. Because of this, I decided to create a free website analyzer […]
This post originally appeared on Inbound Ecommerce, the ecommerce section of HubSpot’s Inbound Marketing blog. It’s been a busy month for Google, the 50 billion pound gorilla of the search world. Even my dog, Zoe, got in on the analysis. She wrote an article for her blog (that’s right, she has a blog … and a
Have you ever done the crop dance in Photoshop? You know what I’m talking about. You need to crop and reposition a photo in Photoshop, so you click and drag a square to get to 536 pixels wide … but your cursor keeps landing at 532 pixels or 546 pixels, not the 536 you need.
There are many reasons why visual content is becoming more widely used in online marketing, including these 19 statistics. However, it’s especially important for nonprofits because every person who supports, fundraises for, donates to, and is impacted by your organization is a story worth sharing to connect others to your mission.
Imagine if someone told you to stop wearing pants right now. This person explained how pants were the trend of a past generation, and to be an effective human being in the modern world, you could only wear leggings. This early adopter of leggings presented data on the life improvements and health benefits of wearing […]
When I created my first Facebook ad ever, I had no clue what I was doing. I picked target demos at random (The more people who see my ad, the better!) and barely considered the difference between CPM and CPC. All I knew was that my boss asked me to make a Facebook ad — […]
From SEO to content marketing to even link building…I’ve created a lot of guides over the past twelve months about traffic acquisition. But what I haven’t touched on much is the topic of optimizing your site for conversions. One way to do this is by modifying elements on your web page, and another way is […]
While you may feel like you don’t need to concern yourself with it, there’s a decent likelihood you’ll have to know a bit about it at some point. That’s right — we’re talking about HTML, that foreign language only your developer — or more code-savvy colleagues — know and speak.