Author: Angela Haarmann

Your Website: Where Art and Science Live Happily Ever After

Many people like to think that art and science live in two totally different worlds. There are even different sides of the brain that control creative thinking versus analytical thinking. So it may seem that the two might be at odds. But there’s at least once place where they exist in harmony, and that’s your…
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There’s no such thing as a free web click

Everybody loves free, right? Web traffic is no different. Why pay to be found in Google’s search results if you can be found there for free. But is it really free? When we think of search engine results, we tend to break them out into two categories – the paid results at the top and…
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Three Simple Rules for Getting Email Attention

Did you know that an estimated 206.6 billion emails are sent & received every day? 206.6 BILLION. EVERY DAY. Think about how many emails you get on a daily basis. Which ones get your attention? Which ones fall into a black hole, only to be lost, ignored, or deleted before the sender even has a…
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Your Website is Launched! Now What?

Launching a shiny new website is an exciting time. You may think once that is done just sit back and watch the web traffic roll in, right? Well, that’s not going to happen, not at least until you get local search engines to help you, as you would most definitely need quality vendors to help…
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Content Writing and SEO; like bread and butter

When we’re talking about a website the term SEO comes up a lot… Search Engine Optimization. You know what it stands for and you know that you need it, but how do you GET it? What really goes into optimizing your website for organic search? The answer is simple, and not so simple at the…
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Are Your Customers Committed? Try a Burrito Party.

We are all motivated by different things, big and small. That’s what makes the world go ‘round, right? That’s also what drives a big part of marketing; finding out what motivates people. I recently found out that motivation can start small but turn into a much larger, and deeper, commitment. A commitment to myself, to…
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