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Making predictions about web design trends is not an exact science, but neither is design itself – so what’s wrong with a little creative conjecturing about 2018. 2017 saw a number of web design trends pop up. Including a wave of 3D design as designers started to get on board and familiar with WebGL and 3D rotatable renders, an increased use of the parallax effect, and a litt ...
It was a paperback book that someone I trusted and respected had recommended. Its title was good but not great. The headline wasn’t so compelling that it would stop you in your tracks. But something about it made me want to start reading and open the cover. Most of it was read in coffee shops near my home. I had plenty of time as I was between jobs. But it made a big promise.
For years I have been saying the same thing: content is king. No matter what changes are made in the marketing world (and it tends to move fast) content is still the number one way to engage with your audience and help elevate your brand. With this in mind, it isn’t always easy to create engaging, effective content at every turn.
Do you find new friends and forget the old ones as you move through life? Or do you maintain a loyal squad that sticks with you? Just like in life, businesses have different approaches to relationship building and customer acquisition. Some businesses focus all of their effort and resources on finding new customers, and some prefer to lean towards customer retention.
This time next year, your business will rank No. 1 in search results! – Every SEO company ever. Why do they all sound the same? Because it’s these magic words that attract new clients. Small-to-medium-sized businesses (and even big players) rarely understand what SEO really implies; what they know are merely statistical results they are bombarded with at every corner: The no.
Some of us discover our purpose in life at an early age. It might be writing, playing the violin or the driven and passionate artist. That is unusual and rare. And they are the lucky few. The rest of us have to stumble through life trying to find our “why”. Some of us don’t bother. Being secure and safe is enough. We don’t feel the urge to move up the ladder.