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Digital Communications Highlights: January 2016

By on January 31, 2016 in social media, web design with 0 Comments
Digital Communications Highlights: January 2016

4 Ways To Build Relationships With New Contacts On Linkedin: As the world’s largest professional network LinkedIn is a tremendous resource for new leads and business development. It offers numerous methods to reach out and build relationships, and one of the most effective is advanced search; which is a great tool to find key decision […]

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Digital Communications Highlights: April 2015

Digital Communications Highlights: April 2015

10 Hidden Gems in Google Analytics: Do Smarter Web Data Analysis: Google Analytics is a powerful tool, however, certain features can be tricky to figure out, while others are just hard to find. For a round-up of 10 useful features, reports and concepts that are often overlooked — including shortcuts, affinity segments, custom dimensions and […]

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Digital Communications Highlights: September 2014

By on September 30, 2014 in content marketing, social media, wordpress with 0 Comments
Digital Communications Highlights: September 2014

Think WordPress is just for blogging? Wait ’till you see examples presented by WPBeginner to find out how WordPress can be used for plenty more. Other highlights from this month help clue you in to a keyword brainstorming tool, find out how Google seeks to keep top content creators from jumping to another platform, and […]

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Digital Communications Highlights: August 2014

By on August 31, 2014 in content marketing, social media with 0 Comments
Digital Communications Highlights: August 2014

August is a time when summer vacations go into high gear, but the world of digital communications shows no let up. Pundits postulate as to why the Ice Bucket Challenge turned into a red hot phenomenon on Facebook; Delaware legislators are looking to make a law where you can leave social profiles to relatives in […]

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8 Resources for Mobile Marketing and Design

By on August 15, 2014 in mobile, user experience with 0 Comments
8 Resources for Mobile Marketing and Design

Mobile is the now the main way Americans access the internet, and our needs and expectations are often different when using a smartphone or tablet than when we’re at a desktop computer. Then, when you consider the growing number of mobile options, clearly one size does not fit all. This means as a marketer, you […]

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Digital Communications Highlights: July 2014

Digital Communications Highlights: July 2014

What’s the most effective digital marketing strategy? Is Pinterest worth your time and trouble? Why is no one using your super-duper way cool app? This month’s selection of digital communications highlights has the answers to these topical questions, plus tips and resources for user experience, SEO and an unusual strategy to get people to change […]

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4 Ways to Get More People to Read Your Content

4 Ways to Get More People to Read Your Content

You can spend a lot of time carefully crafting text for online or print, to ensure it’s easy to understand and engaging, and people can still have difficulty reading what you wrote. Even well written and enticing content can suffer from poor readability, which is affected by not just by what your words say, but […]

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Has User Experience Gone Mainstream?

By on December 8, 2013 in user experience with 0 Comments
Has User Experience Gone Mainstream?

This week I received an email from TD Ameritrade about its newly enhanced website. A banner in the message proclaims that the site now has “faster navigation, smarter search, and more intuitive menus.” Audio for a short embedded video talks about “a landing page the truly feels like home” plus “redesigned navigation with easy to […]

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Warning: Your Right To a Free and Open Internet is at Risk

By on December 19, 2010 in web rules and regulations with 0 Comments
Warning: Your Right To a Free and Open Internet is at Risk

Do you enjoy surfing the web and being able to hop onto any site you please? How would you feel if your internet service provider limited the websites you could get to, or charged you extra to do things like watch a video and send an instant message? Well, there’s been talk about how companies […]

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Recommended Reading: Real-Time Marketing & PR

By on December 13, 2010 in books, marketing and public relations with 0 Comments
Recommended Reading: Real-Time Marketing & PR

You know how they say time is money? Well, these days it’s your reputation, too. With an always-on 24/7 internet, if you’re in the news in a negative way, you must respond immediately. There’s little time to plod though a carefully measured crises communications plan while a story races across the web — where videos […]

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