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Allison Gibbs

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What You Need Before Starting a Website Redesign

By Allison Gibbs | 11.01.2016

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Yes, a redesigned website is a beautiful thing—you'll get no argument from us. (You've seen our completely redesigned site, right?) However, have you looked past the shiny new web pages dancing in your head and seriously considered all the things you need prior to beginning your big website overhaul? You need more than a vision and a laptop, and we're here to remind you of all the different components you should consider before redesigning your website. 

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What To Do When Sales Doesn’t Follow Up with Leads

By Allison Gibbs | 10.25.2016


You're hitting all of your marketing goals, creating killer content that is generating leads that you pass along to your sales team for a follow-up call. Converting these leads should be cake, right? You should be swimming in customers, right?


What happens when  the sales team isn't following up on the leads you've so generously provided?

How can you get everyone on the same page, so that you're confident that the leads you're giving your sales team are being processed in a timely and appropriate manner? Let's do some troubleshooting so you can figure out what's going on, and how you can fix it. 

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Facebook Page Best Practices for Image Size, Dimension, and Format

By Allison Gibbs | 10.20.2016


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Updated: 5/29/2017

Have you ever thought about how your images, videos, or ads will appear when you share them on Facebook? You would be surprised how easy it is to get it wrong.

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Dark Social: Why It Should Affect Your Social Media SEO Strategy

By Allison Gibbs | 10.11.2016

DARK SOCIAL. It sounds kind of menacing, or even downright dangerous, but if you dig a little deeper you'll see that it can actually be a marketer's best friend.  

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ADA Compliance: Would Your Website Pass?

By Allison Gibbs | 10.06.2016


Way back in 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law, spurring American businesses and governmental agencies into action. Parking lots, elevators, and offices became accessible to people with disabilities. Hiring practices changed to ensure that these individuals were treated fairly. Web designers and IT departments started modifying their websites to ensure that they were accessible to people with disabilities. 

Hold up. Huh? 

Ok, so the internet wasn't really a concern back in the early 90's. But, as the World Wide Web became more and more prevalent in the daily lives of Americans (and the rest of the world), the Department of Justice decided to create guidelines for compliance. In 2003, the DOJ passed down a voluntary action plan for companies to pursue website compliance, so this isn't a brand new idea.

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Google Announces Penguin 4.0 – What It Means For Your Website

By Allison Gibbs | 10.04.2016


Google announced the latest update on its algorithm, and now we know Penguin 4.0 is out in the wild. But what does that mean for your website rankings on Google?

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The Yahoo Hack: What Happened, and How It Might Affect You

By Allison Gibbs | 09.29.2016


Do you Yahoo? You might want to reconsider it. 

Yahoo's having a tough week. The bad news? They're in the midst of a multi-billion dollar merger with Verizon, and they recently learned of a massive breach of their users' security. The worse news? It happened in 2014

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The Rise of Ad Blockers: A Few Stats Marketers Should Know

By Allison Gibbs | 09.15.2016


As the internet becomes a more vital part of our daily lives, internet ads become more prevalent. They can be irritating, popping up and waving around in your face while you are powerless to get to the content you really want.

In fact, according to a recent study,  91% percent of respondants believe that ads are far more intrusive now than they were a few years ago.  No matter where you go, whether you're checking in on your favorite social media site or watching a video on YouTube, you KNOW you're going to see ads.

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5 Ways to Jump Start Your Multimedia Content for Digital Marketing

By Allison Gibbs | 09.12.2016


What kinds of content do consumers want? Marketers like us would sure like to know!

A couple of weeks ago we got a sneak peek at HubSpot's State of Inbound 2016 report and the data on consumer content demand and podcasting really got our attention.

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Facebook Cracks Down on Clickbait Headlines: Do's and Don'ts

By Allison Gibbs | 08.11.2016


Clickbait. Even if you're not sure what it is, you've seen it before. Those eye-catching headlines that leave you wanting more information, forcing you to click the link before you die of curiousity—that's clickbait.  

"You'll never believe what this star does to stay young!" "This weight loss method sounds crazy, but what happens next changes EVERYTHING!" Yes, these examples of clickbait are kind of silly, but it's a wildly effective, if kind of slimy, way to generate clicks. 

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