Archive for March, 2013

Our Strategic Design Team Just Keeps On Growing

By jrosen | March 17th, 2013

Whether Designing brands, websites, information architecture, technical requirements, user experience or marketing strategies, we’re always Designing with a capital “D.” And as we continue to help our partners’ businesses grow, we strategically grow ourselves. Recently, we added another Cabedge Farmer, who we’re so proud to bring on board in a full-time capacity. Read More

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Cutting through the SEO Clutter: Coach Based on Experience

By jrosen | March 13th, 2013

I’m proud of our team. We coach our clients based on our actual, real-world experiences – not educated guesses or other people’s blog posts. SEO, more so than any other service or specialty that we offer, opens up the door to harsh criticism. We received some today, in fact. One thing you’ll always hear me say if you work with us is: SEO is tough, and there are thousands of conflicting philosophies out there on the web – some delivered stronger and harsher than others, but the bottom line is, you have to try different things and evaluate what works and what doesn’t work for your business. Read More

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Business Bullying: Who Has Time For That?

By jrosen | March 7th, 2013

This is one of those “if I don’t sit down and write this now, I’m never going to write it” blog posts. And between you, me and the rest of the internet, I hope I never feel this compelled to write a post like this ever again. We’ve all seen the “bad client” jokes infographic or whatever. Even some clients laugh and say, “yeah, that’s us.” But there’s a huge difference between being a “bad client” and being a true “business bully.” Read More

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Social Media Nashville: No More Excuses

By admin | March 1st, 2013

My 87 year old grandmother was acting a little odd. Well, she is odd most of the time, but in a good way. Last week, she was talking all kinds of crazy and wasn’t able to complete a full sentence. To be honest, I was worried she would start telling dirty jokes or revealing things about her younger years that I would never be able to erase from my memory. So, my mother called to say she was headed to the emergency room and I met them there. Read More

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