The days of slapping a web address on your business card and cheering “mission accomplished” are long gone. This slide deck goes beyond the basics and explores best practices for achieving a modern web presence that delivers results.
Curious how the internet really impacts your business? (Hint: It’s more than a glorified phone book.) This slide deck will help you get up to speed on recent research and explore how consumers and businesses are using the internet in 2015. Get ready to bust common myths and learn the benefits of embracing the web.
Today is the first of five monthly sessions presented by Holony Media at the Delaware Area Chamber of Commerce as part of their Business Education and Development (B.E.D.) program. We’ll be sharing insights on topics ranging from website design to search engine optimization (SEO) and effective online advertising.
Every day, Google tinkers with their search engine algorithm. They play around with spam keywords and strategies, they run queries to determine search engine rank, etc. Most of these changes occur completely behind the scenes, and while in some cases you can see your website move a few spaces here and there, most websites go…Details
LastPass is a password management tool that enables you to save passwords and usernames. It allows you to auto login to any site and sync all passwords anywhere you require them. It takes all the effort out of managing your passwords. LastPass makes password generation, management, and deployment very simple and seamless. The question now…Details
To the untrained eye, small business owners are at a disadvantage. They don’t have the seemingly unlimited budgets of large corporations or large teams to maintain an ongoing marketing plan. Even with limited resources, small business owners can still utilize a few basic skills to increase their reach, perhaps the most powerful being the effective…Details
Google is coming to Delaware!
Remember the days when advertisements used to be shown on billboards and black-and-white television screens? When coupons were as popular as using cash to pay for groceries, and men and women came knocking on your door, selling you a new refrigerator or air conditioner? No?
There are four major pillars to any content marketing strategy. Your audience, your story, your distribution and your goals. These are the four things you need to think about when developing your strategy. This week we’re going to focus on your story.
There are four major pillars to any content marketing strategy. Your audience, your story, your distribution and your goals. These are the four things you need to think about when developing your strategy. This week we’re going to focus on audience.