Why You Should Never Buy A New Website Again

This is going to be a rant. Not a week goes by that I don’t have companies asking me how much we charge for a new website. The question itself raises an ugly red flag that typically means that it’s a waste of time for me to pursue them as a client. Why? Because they’re looking at a website as a static project that has a start and an endpoint. It’s not… it’s a medium

BunnyStudio: Find Professional Voice-Over Talent and Execute Your Audio Project Quickly and Easily

I’m not sure why anyone would turn on their laptop microphone and do a terrible job narrating a professional video or audio track for their business. Adding a professional voice and soundtrack is inexpensive, simple and the talent out there is amazing. BunnyStudio While you may be tempted to go look up a contractor on any number of directories, BunnyStudio is targeted directly towards companies that need professional audio assistance with their audio ads, podcasting,

How to Use A Zoom Meeting to Record A Remote Guest On Your Podcast in Separate Tracks

I can’t tell you all the tools that I’ve used or subscribed to in the past to record podcast interviews remotely – and I had problems with all of them. It didn’t matter how good my connectivity was or the quality of the hardware… intermittent connectivity issues and audio quality almost always made me toss the podcast. The last decent tool that I used was Skype, but adoption of the application wasn’t widespread so my

Moz Local: Maximize Your Local Online Presence Through Listing, Reputation, and Offer Management

As a majority of people learn about and find local businesses online, a robust online presence is essential. Accurate information about the business, good quality photos, the latest updates, and responses to reviews help people learn more about your business and often determine whether they choose to purchase from you or your competitor. Listing management, when combined with reputation management, can help local businesses improve their online presence and reputation by enabling them to manage some of the

Camera IQ: Utilize Augmented Reality (AR) To Create Virtual Product Try-Ons

Camera IQ, a no-code design platform for Augmented Reality (AR), has launched Virtual Try-On Composer, a state-of-the-art design tool that makes it quick and easy for brands in beauty, entertainment, retail, and other sectors to build innovative AR-based Virtual Try-On experiences. The new solution re-imagines AR commerce by enabling brands to digitize their products with true-to-life accuracy and realism while adding an array of branded elements and unique flourishes that engage and inspire consumers through

Infographic: 21 Social Media Statistics That Every Marketer Needs To Know In 2021

No doubt that the influence of social media as a marketing channel increases each year. Some platforms arise, such as TikTok, and some remain almost the same as Facebook, leading to progressive change in consumer behavior. However, with years people got used to brands presented on social media, so marketers need to invent new approaches to achieve success on this channel. That’s why keeping an eye on the latest trends is crucial to any marketing

ActiveCampaign: Why Tagging Is Critical To Your Blog When It Comes to RSS Email Integration

One feature that I think is underutilized in the email industry is the use of RSS feeds to produce relevant content for your email campaigns. Most platforms have an RSS feature where it’s pretty simple to add a feed to your email newsletter or any other campaign you’re sending out. What you may not realize, though, is that it’s pretty easy to put very specific, tagged content, in your emails rather than your entire blog’s