Modern companies did not invent content marketing; it has been around for well over a century (as you can see) but now everyone does it. You don’t get as big of a slice in the market as companies did in the early days. But in order to stay relevant in a world full of content, you need to have your content strategy and content tactics in place.
The average lifespan of a well-designed and structured website is anywhere from three to seven years. The decision to redesign shouldn’t be taken lightly and shouldn’t be done on a whim to follow the latest trends. Redesigning and rebuilding your website to ensure it’s in top form can be the best investment you make; however, the bottom line is that redesigns and rebuilds are expensive. Let’s take a look at redesign vs rebuild: which is better value for money and which will get you long-term results.
With the constantly-changing internet landscape, businesses are often required to reevaluate their website, branding, and content production processes. Whether you work as a web designer, an SEO specialist or a content creator, SEO and content marketing play a large role in the success of your or your client’s website.
New Online Resource Ecosystem Empowers More Philadelphians to Turn Vacant Lots into Community Spaces
A revamped online resource ecosystem launched April 11 will help Philadelphia residents access the information and support they need to turn abandoned vacant lots into community gardens and other open space.
Building an all new website is a massive undertaking, especially for a nonprofit that is likely already strapped for resources. Here are some things to consider, and tips to make the process go as smoothly as possible.
For nonprofits, the greatest employee can be the website. A nonprofit’s website is more often than not the first point of contact for donors, foundations, volunteers, and beneficiaries. Thus, the website must make a good first impression, be easy to navigate, contain valuable information, and tell a compelling story.
We’re a web-based world. From computers to tablets to mobile devices, the web answers our questions, tells us what to buy, lets us know what our friends are up to, and keeps us from being bored when we are waiting at the doctor’s office. Think about it. How often do you Google something on your phone (or ask Alexa, Siri, or Google assistant)?
Building or redesigning a website sounds scary and extensive. What to include, what not to include, how many pages, how many categories, how much will it all cost. These are just a few of the questions that may arise