Archive for June, 2012

Chasing Social Media Contests

By jrosen | June 28th, 2012

So props to our friends and Nashville legal counsel at Callahan Witherington, PLLC for identifying a really cool looking contest with social media integration for us to blog about. As we help guide our clients with how to grow their brands via social media, we always talk about a few major things: being transparent, being honest and creating a connection with audiences. It’s important to us that we try and help people learn social media marketing. Read More

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Social Media

Cats Aren’t The Only Ones With Long Tails

By jrosen | June 25th, 2012

So we recently just realized that cats aren’t the only “animals” roaming around The Cabedge Patch with long tails. And these tails really do have a purpose. Ever look at your Google Analytics and wonder how people are truly finding your website? Wait – you do look at your Google Analytics more than once a month, don’t you? Read More

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Web Design: Functionality First

By admin | June 13th, 2012

Hero images, timed autoscrolls, and slides – sounds like I’m at a tech convention, makes me want a drink from the nav bar. Choosing a design for your site that not only fits your company vision but that sells your product/service can seem daunting. There are so many choices, so much jargon, and so many details to consider. As you shop other sites for ideas and a design aesthetic, the choices seem endless. Moreover, you want visitors to leave your site wanting more. Don’t worry – you’ve got to start somewhere, and from a design standpoint, that is not as hard as you think. Read More

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What Do Digital Marketing and Religion Have In Common?

By jrosen | June 6th, 2012

No, this is not the opening to a bad joke. Our newest digital marketing specialist, Allen Willis, is actually a priest-in-training, and professor of religion as well. Read More

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