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Fall is upon us, Halloween is right around the corner and I can’t help but notice the ever-growing holiday decorations in every store I visit. Is it just me or do the holidays come a week earlier every year?
I was at a party for the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament last spring where I met friend of a friend, who happened to be a lawyer. He had just landed a new job as a prosecutor, but before that he had been in practice for himself. What a great gig I thought: being your own boss, only taking the cases you want to take. It sounded great! So I asked why he left that behind to become a prosecutor. He shared with me an important and undeniable truth about being in practice for yourself: you’re always chasing after the next client.
Football is officially under way, and baseball is in full swing, while hockey and basketball are right around the corner. This is the busiest time of year for professional sports. It seems like every other post on Facebook and Twitter is about some athlete or team either being held on a pedestal or beaten down for a poor performance.
Marketing Coordinator Chris Dodge contributed this great, quick blog article about increasing site traffic with SEO tips every website should follow.
You may have realized by now that today’s customer is constantly changing and adapting. As a small business owner, it’s becoming more crucial than ever for you to take advantage of emerging advertising opportunities.
Many of us are now four-screen consumers—and our shopping experience is spread across multiple digital touch points throughout the entire day. We go from the office computer, to the smartphone, to the tablet, to the TV all day long. Screens are everywhere in today’s world, and with a split second we can quickly research something that sparked our attention.
The speed of change within the advertising and marketing world has been blistering. This of course is because of the Internet, but more importantly due to the fundamental change in consumer behavior.
Another week and another change to the Facebook experience—are they in need of attention over there or is social media a constantly evolving platform?
Consumers today are always connected. They’re frequently moving from smartphone, to desktop, to TV, to tablet and back again. But regardless of which device they use, or how they meander through their journey to discovery, they expect a consistent and seamless experience. They may be device hopping but their intention doesn’t change.
We are excited to announce that GannettLocal has been chosen as a Top Agency by the Google Engage program. This is in recognition of our constant efforts to increase Google certifications and provide best-in-class Adwords management for our clients.