Social Media Inbound Advertising is Upon Us

Aug 14, 2014 9:44:00 PM Posted by Bryce Raley

Well for the last several years we all enjoyed free access to social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube. We were able to post, share, tweet, like, connect and subscribe for free. Don't be frightened. Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and the YouTube didn't announce a decision to charge for services today. They are charging now though, it's just subtle and it involves your attention, not your credit card. All the big players have rolled out major changes to their feeds and user experience that focus on ads. We'll dive into each and, along with the opportunities for your brand.

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The PGA Tour Lands at Valhalla in Louisville This Week

Aug 6, 2014 9:33:00 AM Posted by Bryce Raley

In case you missed the memo, there is a major championship golf tournament right here in your hometown of Louisville. So half of your coworkers are suddenly missing and there was no rapture. Traffic is a little stuffy on the east side, and it's not from the back to school rush. Then we all have our buddies talking about the corporate tent, the A lot parking, the best volunteering gig, or better yet, personally speaking to Rory, Phil and Sergio all the same day— autographs to boot.

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Framing Up Your Next Website Design Project

Jul 30, 2014 2:23:00 PM Posted by Bryce Raley

When a great custom builder starts building a home, they always begin with a plan, or a blueprint. This set of drawings reflects the desires of the client—it's the look they wanted, with the specifications they asked for. The set of plans laid out by the builder and architect are used by nearly every contractor who will contribute to this huge project. The plans have to be right because they drive everything.

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Inbound Marketing: I Just Want to Taste It. No You Don't

Jul 22, 2014 3:09:00 PM Posted by Bryce Raley

When it comes to inbound marketing, many business owners and executives just want to taste it. They think they can just put a toe in the water, but it requires a swift dive into the pool. It's not like grabbing samples at your local Costco. It's more like ripping off the bandaid, instead of pulling it off inch by inch in agony. Trust me, I know it's hard to think about jumping in sideways. I struggle with this and have all my life. I'm the guy who puts one foot into the water, and slowly allows it to rise to my chest. I also rip off the bandaid slowly, but it doesn't serve me well. It's much easier when I rip, yell, and move on.

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What Does The Landscape of a Website Design Look Like?

Jul 17, 2014 2:59:00 PM Posted by Bryce Raley

As with many things in life, this answer will vary depending on whom you ask. For example, If you ask a sitebuilder application like 1&1, Godaddy, or web.com you'll get one answer. But, if you ask a freelance designer or your brother in law who's learning Photoshop and CSS on the side, you'll get different answer. If you are dealing with a large agency, then you'll get a totally different perspective than dealing with a smaller agency. If you are hiring an overseas developer, then... let's not go there.

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