Adopting a Hub and Spoke Content Strategy

What is the Hub and Spoke Content Strategy? The hub and spoke model is one you’re probably already using whether you realize it or not. The strategy goes like this: Know Your Audience First, you have to take into account your audience and their customer journey. What content will they find value in? Once you’ve got this part nailed down,...

IP Filters for Home Networks During COVID-19

Does your website receive a large amount of traffic from your own employees? One of the most common filters that we apply to our clients Google Analytics accounts is an IP filter for office locations. Although employees may be a primary user of your site, it is likely that you are still primarily interested in your site's performance for external...

Design Systems

When most people think about the design process, they might say it includes doodles, storyboards and big brainstorm sessions that result in fantastic, imaginative concepts. And in lots of cases, they’d be right. Design is a creative process -- but that doesn’t mean it's a free-for-all. The most effective designs adhere to a structure that allows it to be quickly...

Cookie-pocalypse: Google Chrome Eliminates Cookies

I’m excited to discuss one of my favorite topics ever ...Cookies! While I would love to sit here and debate chocolate chunk vs. old fashioned oatmeal raisin, the cookies we are discussing are wreaking havoc on more than just the Cookie Monster. Today’s widespread devastation is being caused by the coined “Cookie-pocalypse.” Goodbye, Cookies Google Chrome has announced they will...

Your Business’s Year in Review(s)

Make 2020 a success by being ready for changes coming from Google They say the clothes make the man. If that’s true, we can also say the reviews make the business. Like a crisp blazer (or a rumpled old t-shirt), reviews are often the first thing people see when searching for your business. And like clothing, customers use reviews to...