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The Best Mobile Landing Pages Part One: Three Basic Rules

Posted by Randolf Candano - March 6, 2017 • 5-minute read

If this is your first time to create a mobile landing page, you have to remember that people visit websites through mobile devices for different reasons than they do on desktops or laptops. I myself would rather do my finances on a desktop than look at cute dog videos, even if it’d have a larger screen—those are best watched on mobile. At least thrice. Who doesn’t like to look at cute dogs at the end of a rough day?

This is our first of two blogs on making the most of your mobile landing pages. We’re starting out with three rules of thumb for getting your LPs into shape:

Topics: Web Development, Digital Marketing

Mobile SEO: Trends and Technology for the Year Ahead

Posted by Chad Pataueg - January 23, 2017 • 5-minute read


The arena of mobile search continues to intensify: according to SimilarWeb’s “State of Mobile Web US 2015” report, leading websites got around 56% of their traffic in the last quarter of 2015 from mobile devices. Coupled with changes in search algorithms and developments in software from industry shapers like Apple and Google, this continued shift in activity points toward increasing importance of mobile search, especially for businesses.

Topics: Web Development, Digital Marketing

When to Schedule a Website Redesign

Posted by Ari Santiago - August 2, 2016 • 5-minute read

Sometimes thrilling, sometimes daunting, but certainly never dull—such is the prospect of a website redesign. A bearer of branding, lure of leads and caller of customers, the website almost always lies at the heart of a company’s online presence, fed by tributaries from ads, search engines and social media. With such importance placed on it, even a small change can have considerable effects. And with so many functions, there are almost innumerable possibilities for change.

Topics: Creative Design, Web Development

4 Mistakes You’re Doing with Traditional Web Design

Posted by Isabel Sanchez - March 15, 2016 • 4-minute read

As marketers, we spend a lot of time and effort attracting the right customers to buy our products and services. Interestingly, though, 57% of purchasing decisions are already made even before a customer interacts with a sales rep. This means that by the time they get in touch with someone from the company, it’s likely that they have already browsed through whatever they’ve researched online. That said, your website is actually your “ best salesperson.” This 24/7 marketing and sales machine brings in visitors, leads, and potential customers to your business.

Topics: Creative Design, Web Development, Marketing Tools

Should You Hold Off on the WordPress 4.4.2 Security Update?

Posted by Mikael Angelo Francisco - February 22, 2016 • 3-minute read

It’s almost like clockwork: Every time a major update rolls out for a software platform or service provider, no matter how many bugs it fixes, a couple of others show up. It’s like a game of technological Whack-a-Mole sometimes.

Unfortunately, the latest WordPress update — the 4.4.2 security update — appears to be no exception.

Topics: Web Development

Leadin For Independent Creatives and Small Businesses

Posted by Xenia-Chloe Villanueva - November 24, 2015 • 4-minute read

While small businesses and independent Creatives can easily get behind the concept of non-intrusive and measurable marketing, having the tools for it can be challenging.

Topics: Web Development, Digital Marketing

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