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If you’ve logged into Twitter lately, you might have noticed an important change to the size of tweets. Twitter just rolled out 280 character limits!
If your app developer is asking you to pay in advance, that’s actually a really good sign. Here’s why the best developers always bill ahead, and why it’s so good for your business.
As a long-time professional at social media, I didn’t think there was much more I could learn. The free marketing courses from Facebook Blueprint proved me wrong. Here’s what I found:
Now that you’re consistently doing the SEO basics, you’re probably wondering how well you’re doing. Here’s how you find out what keywords you’re ranking for.
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Good design matters, but what makes a website design “good” is different for every business. Here’s how to determine just how “good” your web design needs to be.
Getting blacklisted by Google is no joke, so watch out for these black hat SEO tactics that can get your site permanently removed from search engine results.
Is it smarter to do your own SEO, or would you be wiser to delegate that responsibility to an SEO expert? This post helps you determine what strategy will work best for you and your unique business situation.
In social media marketing, do Facebook likes even matter anymore? NeONBRAND’s resident social media expert answers the all-important marketing question of Facebook likes.
Working with a marketing and social media agency puts the power of professional, experienced marketers behind your business. Get the most out of your marketing budget by working effectively with your pros.
How much does it cost to make an app? Is that even the most important question? Here’s everything you need to know, from how much it costs to build an app to how you can make sure the finished product meets your expectations, even if you’re completely tech illiterate.