ImageWorks was honored with another award in website design for MAG America. This time around it was an Outstanding Achievement Award in the category 'Charity' given by Interactive Media Awards (IMA). ImageWorks finished with an overall score of 473.
To build a great looking house you are going to need to use the right tools. There are all sorts of tools out there that can get the job done - but it usually depends on what you are trying to accomplish. The same goes with building a strong brand. Different types of businesses may see better uses for different types of social media tools.
"But the fish won't bite if the bait ain't right."
Finding your audience and relating them to your brand is an important aspect of marketing. Keeping them engaged is another very important part. In today's blog post we reflect on some thoughts from Manuel Donayre of ClickZ.
If you Google 'completely wrong' right now, and search under the ‘images’ category, you will find an array of Mitt Romney photo's. Why? It’s all about how the Google search algorithm works – so read the rest of this article to find out.
We take dozens of call each week from businesses of all sizes, and although 95 percent of them have no idea what it costs to build a website, they somehow come to the conclusion that is should be in the $5,000 range … maybe $10,000 to $15,000 if they are a “bigger company.”
"SEO is Dead." This has been stated over and over again since the search engines started. Every year there is a claim that SEO is dead - that some Google algorithm change has killed it and that there is something new that is going to take it's place....
But if there are search engines then there will always be search engine optimization. There are no signs of search engine optimization slowing down, and in fact it seems to be bigger now more than ever and is a critical part to your online success
"Simplify, Simplify, Simplify." - Henry David Thoreau
Clients often come to us with complex wants--fancy graphics, shadows, bevels, 3D, etc.--but there is a problem. It's like wearing bell bottom jeans; it simply isn't in style, and certainly doesn't build brand equity.