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David Mills
By David Mills
on August 17, 2021

Marketers and sales teams have to be free to make a website update quickly and effectively

For lots of businesses and nonprofits, a website update is a painful and challenging process. They have to reach out to their developer and designer, or find one, create a scope of work, and then get the project into the development queue. Unless of course, they have a developer and a designer on standby with nothing else to do.

Jennifer Bailey
By Jennifer Bailey
on September 23, 2020

I imagine you have heard of arachnophobia (the fear of spiders) or claustrophobia (fear of confined or crowded spaces). But have you ever heard of a pseudo phobia, called Ostrich Complex? 

Jennifer Bailey
By Jennifer Bailey
on September 23, 2020

The questionWhat to tell your boss when they walk in and say: “how much is it going to cost us to get our website ADA compliant?"

Jennifer Bailey
By Jennifer Bailey
on September 16, 2020

No Leads To Your WEbsite, AKA: No-Date-For-Prom-Itis

Does your website lack any return visitors, or have your site visits fallen off? Is it failing to get any lead conversions from real people? Has it been more than 3 years since you have had real work done on it? Has it been built by a do-it-yourself solution, or did Jonas in your uncle’s basement design it for you? 

Jennifer Bailey
By Jennifer Bailey
on September 08, 2020

Have you noticed a strange pattern of inappropriate, rude or vulgar language in random places on your website? Are you seeing strange tics like popup messages or changes that you did not make? 

David Mills
By David Mills
on August 25, 2020

Personalization vs. de-personalization

Understanding Personalization

In order to understand de-personalization we have to understand personalization. This is the use of data to deliver messages and information to the right person at the right time. This can put the right kind of data in front of the right person at the right time. 

David Mills
By David Mills
on August 17, 2020

This is a common question for many marketers. You look at your site, and it's been a few months (or a few years) since it was revamped. You start to wonder... "Do I need a new website?" Sometimes, it's not a question you're asking. In some cases, your boss walked into your office in the middle of a busy day and asked, "Hey, do we need a new website?"

David Mills
By David Mills
on August 11, 2020

Single Point of Failure: this is a concept in IT, business, and manufacturing planning that says: there are some things in our business that can shut us down. If they fail, we fail... As marketers, we are often subject to these single points of failure that stop us from getting things done. We get stuck, because of a single point of failure. Our marketing relies upon a single resource that is either expensive, hard to get, or slow to respond (this is a bottleneck point of failure).

David Mills
By David Mills
on July 15, 2020
It's an early childhood lesson - share your toys and play nicely with others. Amidst all of the valuable information available to every consumer online, there are some who haven't learned to share. They will provide a paragraph of the information that you wanted, but after that...
David Mills
By David Mills
on July 15, 2020
The Type A personality is legendary - hard-driving, focused and competitive. But, Type A's are known to be impatient and even aggressive. What does that have to do with your website's personality? It's all about the experience that your website delivers to the visitor.