It’s easy to trick yourself into feeling productive. You might sit there refreshing your email, or scrolling through the same tweets 10 times in a row. Staring at analytic numbers is an especially great way of feeling productive without actually doing anything.
Many of us do things like this from time to time, and it’s nothing to be ashamed of. You simply have to recognize when you fall into a pattern like this, so you can get back to being productive with minimal time lost.
To help, here are 5 ways you can maximize your productivity at work.
WebpageFX has been around for almost 20 years. That means we’ve had nearly 20 full years of satisfied clients — and it also means we’ve lasted through two decades of search engine changes.
Since then, we’ve moved our headquarters a few times because we’ve been growing, which is awesome.
Unfortunately, when a company shuffles around like that, there’s bound to be a little confusion — it’s a growing pain of any successful business.
To fix that confusion, sometimes you have to dig into the past a few years to get everything up to date.
“Responsive,” “mobile-friendly,” and “mobile-optimized” are phrases we’ve all heard frequently over the past few years. Keeping mobile requirements in mind is definitely more important than ever – but what actually constitutes mobile-friendly content?
In this post, I’ll explore exactly what high quality mobile content looks like. I’ve put together 4 guidelines you can follow to make sure your mobile content is the best it can be.
Google constantly reinvents the wheel when it comes to the Internet. And it’s no wonder — they have the world’s largest search engine, so why wouldn’t they push the envelope?
This time, Google’s looking at ways to increase mobile loading speeds with a pet project called Accelerated Mobile Pages.
We’ve talked about AMP before, so we won’t take a long time talking about what it does. Instead, we’ll focus on how you can use it for your company.
Each year of digital marketing brings with it evolving marketing channels, different challenges, ever-changing best practices, and many other variables that greatly influence the work we do.
The marketing equivalent of “publish or perish” is essentially “read or retire.” There’s nothing more useless than a marketer using techniques that are no longer relevant.
To save you some time, I’ve compiled a list of three 2016 marketing trends that you need to be aware of.
If you’re an experienced marketer, you’ve heard of generational marketing. You’ve probably read about the differences between Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Generation Z. You’ve probably also read about how they collectively control almost all of the money in the world.
A lot of marketers have started appealing to these different groups of consumers based on their generational identities over the past few years, too. Just Google “marketing to millennials” and you’ll see what I mean.
So after a couple years of doing this, it’s time to ask ourselves — as marketers, does it actually make sense to market specifically to generations?
In fact, marketers everywhere should stop it.
Just stop it.
Give me your keyboard.