At first glance, coworking looks a little more expensive than renting a private office space in one of those space-for-rent buildings. Look closer, though, and the ROI of coworking beats office space…to a point. Kurt and Kenny discuss, and this week, things might get a little heated.
Your client hired you because they don’t know how to do what you do. They don’t want to know, either. Still, client education can make your development project or other creative service go so much more smoothly. Here’s how to get everyone up to speed.
Bonus week! In episodes 7 and 8 of the Kurt & Kenny Podcast, Kurt and Kenny share their very, very different entrepreneurship stories. You also get to hear from a member of the NeONBRAND team.
In this 6th episode of the Kurt and Kenny Podcast, you finally get the whole story about where NeONBRAND came from, how Kurt and Kenny formed their partnership, and some of the formative moments that make us who we are today. Stay tuned at the end for some special features!
After falling victim to an SEO attack, Kenny and Kurt put together this podcast to share their experiences with negative SEO and what you should do if it happens to you. Don’t worry – it’s not as scary as it sounds.
As your site rises through the Google rankings, you’re starting to see more traffic to your site. You might also notice some weird SEO side effects. From strange keyword rankings to outright SEO attacks against your site, here’s what to watch for.
There are a lot of excellent marketers, web developers, and SEO specialists out there. There are also a fair amount of naive newbies and disreputable types. In this episode of the Kurt and Kenny podcast, the guys share their best tips to help you tell the difference.
Software developers, artists, and even mechanics all face the same problem. If you work quickly, you lose quality. If you do the best job in the world, you take forever to deliver. Which is better? Where’s the balance? Here’s what Kurt and Kenny have to say:
In this second episode of the Kurt and Kenny Podcast, the bosses talk tech adoption. When is it a good idea to stay on the cutting edge of technology, and when is early adoption just a risky gamble? Kenny is a self-professed bleeding edge kind of guy. He’s first in line at Apple store when … Continued
It’s finally here! Check out the first episode of the Kurt and Kenny Podcast in which Kenny & Kurt discuss intangible ROI.
For businesses with physical storefronts, local SEO is not optional. Here’s how to start attracting more local traffic to your website (and your storefront) with some basic local SEO habits.
Facebook’s advertising platform is one of the most efficient marketing methods available to modern businesses, but if your ads aren’t selling anything, it doesn’t do you much good. Here’s what to do when your ads are getting clicked, but noone is buying.
You might think of website accessibility as a social issue, but upgrading your accessibility is also a smart business move. Let’s talk about the little things you can do to make it easier for your customers to buy things on your site.
You finally shelled out some cash to a professional marketing agency, and you didn’t get the results you wanted. Let’s talk about why that happens.
I don’t know what’s going to happen without net neutrality, but I do know how to adapt to changes in the online landscape. Here’s how to make sure your business keeps killing it online, no matter what happens.
With 25 free ways to build up website traffic and 10 more strategies that are worth the investment, this post is the ultimate traffic building guide.
Google rankings can drop for a lot of reasons. If your rankings tanked, troubleshoot the problem here:
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.
How do you know where your website is ranking in Google? The answer isn’t as simple as knowing what page of Google you’re on. Here’s how Google rankings really work:
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.