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Top 10 Must Haves for Creating an eCommerce Website

Anyone who has created, or is in the process of creating an eCommerce website knows it can possess an overwhelming number of moving parts.

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Utilize The NBA's Digital Marketing Tactics for Your Brand (2020)

As fans have started to come back around, the National Basketball Association (NBA) recently experienced some of their highest ratings in years. The revival can be thanked in large part to their ...

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Digital Marketing

Digital Solutions for a Low-Touch World

We have been in the throws of multiple, unprecedented changes – often one after the next after the next. And although change can sometimes produce a bitter taste in our mouths, it’s critical as ...

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Website Design

10 Website Definitions to Know (2020)

When you’re dealing with your website, you might feel the need to carry around a dictionary just to understand all the different words that are used. If you’ve ever felt the need to speak another ...

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Website Design

Using Your Website for Visual Branding

Having a strong brand image backing up your business is essential for brands that want to thrive. And with that, there is no better visual branding tool than your website.

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Software Development

What is Agile Software Development?

The word agile is an umbrella term that refers to the methodologies which engage in an iterative process. Thus Agile software development is incremental, a team-effort, and continually evolving as ...

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3 Basic On-Page SEO Factors to Pay Attention To

There are over 200 factors that Google uses to rank a page in a search result. Google doesn’t exactly let everyone know which are most critical; however, there are some key factors that are seen by ...

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Why Growth Driven Design?

The growth-driven design process addresses many of the issues that come with traditional web design. Because you are working with a web design and development team on a monthly basis, they are much more able to know what your site needs in real time. You have the ability to test and analyze the performance of certain pages or CTAs and keep making measured adjustments to convert on a regular basis.

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