Charles Daniels - Thursday, February 13, 2014
Our very own Director of Operations Charles Daniels will be guest speaking at the International Academy of Design and Technology on Thursday the 27th of February. Charles will be talking to the marketing students about search engine optimization and inbound marketing in 2014. The presentation will be followed by a Q & A session where the students will be able to ask questions on search, on-line marketing, entrepreneurship, or business in general. Charles is a serial entrepreneur with experience in affiliate advertising, content marketing, and brand building. The 1 hour seminar will cover the following:
Charles Daniels - Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Social media is quickly changing the way people do business. Ads on Facebook, contests on Twitter, and countless blogs have become the new way to advertise. LinkedIn, a social networking website for professionals, is another platform where small businesses can find growth. Using this tool can help start-ups form strategic partnerships, find new business, gain advice, and advertise their services. Here are 5 simple tips for how you can use LinkedIn to grow your business.
Charles Daniels - Wednesday, January 08, 2014
In today’s world you are part of social media whether you choose to be or not. This is especially true for any business – whether you’re a multinational company or a local corner store. Your customers are talking about you on the web. Experience with social media notwithstanding, there is vast potential to be tapped online.
Charles Daniels - Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Have you ever tried to tell someone to go check out your Facebook fan page? It's easy to get to, just go over to Facebook.com/pages/My-Company-Name/169686739752012 and say hi!
Oh wait, how is anyone ever going to remember all of that? They won't, and that is why you should set a user friendly Facebook URL. So I can tell someone to enter Facebook.com/ajacwebdesign and they're at our page in a jiffy. Making life easy on your potential clients should be objective number one.
Luckily the process to set a custom address for your Facebook fan page is extremely easy to do. Just follow these steps:
Charles Daniels - Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Charles Daniels - Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Facebook fan pages can be confusing to manage. Simple things can sometimes turn into time consuming tasks. I was recently trying to add an administrator onto a Facebook fan page that I was managing. The person I wanted to add had liked the page and I was trying to find the list of likes so that I could select them. It took quite a bit of maneuvering so I thought I'd make a quick blog post to save the next guy some time. So here we go:
Charles Daniels - Monday, September 24, 2012
We recently completed a site re-design for PsychSystems P.C. of Wayne, Michigan. They provide behavioral health services for areas in Michigan and Ohio. It was a large project with a site re-design, a WordPress blog integration, and a Facebook fan page as well. The challenge was keeping the theme consistent across the different platforms to develop branding for their on-line presence. This blog post will describe the steps we took to keep the same feel when dealing with very different applications. Follow along with us as we walk you through the process.
Charles Daniels - Monday, September 10, 2012
Fan gating is a technique used on Facebook fan pages to only display certain pieces of content when someone has 'liked' your page. A Facebook fan gate is great to lure in and capture a like from a visitor who is looking to get some kind of fan only content on your site. A free video, free images, coupons for your page, et cetera. Afterall, why by the cow if you can get the coupons for free? Facebook fan gating gives you the control of making sure you obtain a like before giving up the goods.
Follow along as we describe how to set up fan gating and show some working examples of it currently in use.
Charles Daniels - Wednesday, September 05, 2012
We recently completed a website for Country Air LLC who provide heating and cooling services for the Livingston County area. The client had an existing website that he felt was cluttered with too much information and he was looking for a complete revamp to streamline the page and make it more user and search engine friendly. We pared everything down to the essentials and really tried to focus on what the business was really about:
Charles Daniels - Monday, August 20, 2012
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