A Client- And Server-Side Approach: Providing The Best Mobile User Experience Possible + MORE

A Client- And Server-Side Approach: Providing The Best Mobile User Experience Possible

– smashingmagazine.com

A Client- And Server-Side Approach: Providing The Best Mobile User Experience Possible

  

Now and again, I hit the swimming pool. It’s a good way to exercise, but also to relax after a long day in front of my PC. I can do quite a few laps in my front crawl, but only because I don’t use my legs much. I kick steadily to ensure that my legs stay lifted and don’t slow me down…

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Why Website RFPs Don’t Work

– marketingtechblog.com

Why Website RFPs Don’t WorkAs a digital agency in business since 1996, we’ve had the opportunity to create hundreds of corporate and non-profit websites. We’ve learned plenty along the way and have gotten our process down to a well-oiled machine.
Our process starts with a website blueprint, which allows us to do some initial prep work and hammer out details with the client before we get too far down the road of quoting and designing…

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Kaleio: A Global Workforce Social Network

– marketingtechblog.com

Kaleio: A Global Workforce Social NetworkIf your primary motivation online is to connect and share information with other industry professionals, or to connect with clients and vendors, Facebook is quickly becoming unmanageable. Between the personal photos and advertising, it’s getting noisy. LinkedIn is still the place to be but Kaleio is looking to foster communication and connect professionals a bit differently…

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How to Turn Your Best Customers Into a Growth Engine

– ducttapemarketing.com/blog/

How to Turn Your Best Customers Into a Growth EngineI’ve said repeatedly that building a vibrant community is the most important objective of any business these days.
photo credit: Mourner via photopin cc
While this may sound like some social media laced feel good sentiment it’s actually quite practical.
Making your business customers, prospects, suppliers and partners feel like important members of a bigger community simply makes long-term business sense and is the key to long-term growth in ways that you not have even considered…

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ABC Reveals Plan for Unified Advertising Across All Platforms

– marketingpilgrim.com

ABC Reveals Plan for Unified Advertising Across All PlatformsABC just completed their 2013-2014 TV Upfront presentation. They did it with their usual dose of self-deprecating humor and lots of jabs at the other networks. Their new season is full of crazy comedies and high-concept fantasy shows such as Once Upon a Time in Wonderland  (Is Alice mentally ill),  Resurrection (a boy returns from the dead 32 years later…

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A Lesson in Google AdWords from 4 Accounting Software Companies

– blog.crazyegg.com

A Lesson in Google AdWords from 4 Accounting Software CompaniesIf you’re in the market for accounting software (I’m assuming you’re not using paper ledges and pencils anymore!), there are no shortage of companies that would like your business.
It’s a high-competition market, with Google’s Keyword Tool estimating cost-per-clicks at more than $8 for the keywords “accounting software…

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Why Your Business Videos Should be on Vimeo

– marketingtechblog.com

Why Your Business Videos Should be on VimeoWe love Vimeo Pro (that’s our affiliate link) and we encourage our clients to host their videos there for a number of reasons (in addition to YouTube). While YouTube has most of the video searches, the noise of crappy videos uploaded is simply ridiculous. It’s almost impossible to find what you’re looking for…

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People Are More Likely to Survive a Plane Crash Than Click a Banner Ad [Infographic]

– unbounce.com/blog

People Are More Likely to Survive a Plane Crash Than Click a Banner Ad [Infographic]Get your ejector seat ready. You’ll be using it sooner than you start clicking on banner ads. (Source)
Best. Statistic. Ever. Makes me feel better about flying, but sorry for those designing banner ads.
They say that a kitten dies every time someone uses a bullet point in a presentation, so I shudder to think what’s going to happen the next time someone clicks on a banner…

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Content Marketing Tactics: Business Blogging Pros, Cons, Best Practices & Brands Doing It Right

– toprankblog.com

Content Marketing Tactics: Business Blogging Pros, Cons, Best Practices & Brands Doing It RightAs part of our continuing series on content marketing tactics, I’ll be covering a topic that is absolutely near and dear to every content marketer’s heart: business blogging.
According to a recent NM Incite report, there are over 181 million blogs around the world. The way many companies treat blogs in their content marketing mix is to incorporate blogs into their website as a section or subdomain, or host them on their own domain name as we do…

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5 Benefits of Adding an Infographic to Your Site

– marketingtechblog.com

5 Benefits of Adding an Infographic to Your SitePeople are driven by images and videos, and it’s about time infographics got the respect they deserved. They’re more than just a pretty image; they have what it takes to go viral as well as improve brand awareness, social signals, and media buzz. Infographics pack a lot of punch into an image and can be used to illustrate a point and cleanly tie facts together…

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Creating your masterpiece?

– jimsmarkteingblog.com

Creating your masterpiece?Armed with a computer and an idea, it’s possible to create something amazing and reach millions of people with your creation (or message).
So, with all that potential, what does the average small business owner do? In most cases, they act in a totally predictable way.

Rather than create, they curate…

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How a Sales Coaching Program Can Grow Your Business in Turbulent Times

– blog.hubspot.com

Selling is hard work. Even though the economy is showing signs of turning around and sales organizations are ramping up their efforts, there are still significant challenges to overcome. Sales representatives are taking on bigger territories, facing higher quotas, and making more customer contacts than ever — but according to my company’s latest study, fewer than 55% of sales representatives make quota…

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Google I/O 2013: Nexus, Maps, Music With A Possible Side Of Key Lime Pie

– marketingland.com

Google’s annual developer conference and schwagfest, Google I/O, starts tomorrow in San Francisco. We’ll be live-blogging the keynote tomorrow morning, starting at 9 am Pacific. Last year’s event saw the introduction of the hugely popular Nexus 7 tablet, the Android “Jelly…

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