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Allison Gibbs

Allison Gibbs

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How to Set a Website Budget

By Allison Gibbs | 09.11.2018

We get asked a lot what people should be paying for a new website. And, we usually say, "It depends." We’re not intentionally being vague; pricing is based on the scope of the project. The more complex you want your website to be, the more expensive the total bill. (That being said, I'm also of the mindset that if you treat your website as your best paid salesman, you will reap the rewards.)

If your company is in the market for a new website and aren’t sure where to start as far as setting your budget, you’ve come to the right place. Here is an abbreviated version of what we go through with companies as part of our Blueprint process.


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HubSpot Marketing Hub Starter vs. HubSpot Marketing Basic

By Allison Gibbs | 07.30.2018

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This is not a drill. 

HubSpot has a new low-cost option that includes email marketing. 


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How to Create a Pillar Page

By Allison Gibbs | 06.28.2018

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Has your website traffic hit a red light? Time to change your content strategy again! You might have heard that pillar pages are a proven way to attract qualified leads and boost traffic. But where to start? Let this post be your guide. 

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4 Specific Tactics for Using Comparative SEO Data to Outsmart the Competition

By Allison Gibbs | 07.31.2017


It's time to get into the nitty gritty of your next SEO moves. You'll need to gather some advanced weaponry if you want to get serious about using competition data to improve SEO.  Are you up to the challenge?

Most of the time, people stop at the obvious questions. Who's ranking #1 for my keywords? What are the top pages on my competitors' domain? You might look at Google Analytics or something more advanced like Moz. But why stop there when you can dig deeper and get some very specific direction on improving SEO?

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New vs. Old: Traditional Marketing for the Modern Buyer

By Allison Gibbs | 05.16.2017


If you're a marketer in the B2B sphere, like we are, you may hear a nagging voice in your head that goes something like this:

"It's all about DISRUPTING now, so we have to do that! Why aren't we disrupting? Everyone's saying multi-channel distribution channels, are we distributing on all the multi-channels? Oh my god, everyone's on SnapChat and WhatsApp and WeChat. Gotta do that, too. OK gang, time to disrupt the multi-channel distribution channels ASAP on SnapChat and WhatsApp and also Slack is the new email. It's all happening now!" Then your head explodes.

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Review: Google Analytics Mobile App

By Allison Gibbs | 01.10.2017


If you're like me, you may be discovering the joys of upgrading from a dusty iPhone 5 to a deluxe iPhone 7 Plus with 128G of space. I ran the bare minimum of apps on my old crusty phone, and now I'm installing all the apps I've ever wanted. #blessed

Including Google Analytics— yes, you heard me—website analytics on my phone.

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How to Identify and Optimize High-Impact Website Pages

By Allison Gibbs | 01.03.2017


Think quick—without looking it up, can you tell me the top 10 performing pages on your website?

You may have thousands of pages on your website, but only a small fraction of those pages get the most traffic or make the biggest impact for your business. So, how are you using those pages to your advantage?

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Is Your Definition of a Lead Outdated?

By Allison Gibbs | 12.20.2016


Lead generation starts with a good definition. Sales and marketing have to work together to agree on an important question: what is a lead? 

But what if one or both parties are working from an outdated definition of a lead? That could spell trouble and missed opportunities.

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Longer Term Engagement vs. Website Project

By Allison Gibbs | 12.02.2016


If you feel a sense of dread at the thought of redesigning your website, we get it. The prospect of making huge changes is overwhelming at best, no matter how prepared you think you might be. Let's look at the latest trend in website development—hopefully we can show you that it doesn't have to be terrifying to make (possibly long-overdue) changes to your organization's website. 

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4 Steps to Incorporate New Marketing Tactics Into Current Strategy

By Allison Gibbs | 11.29.2016


As the year comes to a close, many marketers find themselves reassessing their strategies. What worked? What didn't? And what can I add to the mix to improve things in the coming year? 

While we're big fans of innovation, you don't need to completely scrap everything you're doing to make space for the new. By following these steps, you can add new and innovative tactics to your current winning strategy, without sacrificing what is working.

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