If you’re a regular reader of WebpageFX, you’ve probably noticed we’ve put out a lot of content this year.
That’s no accident. Like most digital marketing agencies, we plan our annual goals well in advance so we have time to accomplish (and exceed) them.
Before 2016, we published infographics occasionally. Someone would think of a topic or something would happen in the news, and we’d strike while the iron was hot.
But we had a burning question that we couldn’t answer before this year.
What would happen if we scheduled every infographic we wanted to publish in a year?
So that’s what we did — and we learned a lot.
For context, let’s establish what we wanted from our infographic plan in the first place.
Thanksgiving weekend is the most wonderful time of the year for shoppers looking to save on holiday gifts and household goods.
It’s also a crucial time for the economy, and the National Retail Federation (NRF) estimates that 30% of annual retail sales occur between Black Friday and Christmas.
In this post, we’ll take a look at the history of Black Friday and Cyber Monday spending and how shopping trends have changed over the years.
Grab your leftover pumpkin pie (don’t forget the whipped cream), and let’s get started!
Marketing is changing in 2017. Are you ready?
To make sure you have the information you need to grow your business in the coming year, we’ve compiled 108 stats that define every sector of digital marketing.
Check them out for yourself and stay at the top of your industry!
Small Business Saturday rolls around in the midst of the holiday season every year to celebrate small local businesses everywhere.
On the fourth Saturday in November, Americans are encouraged to shop small and buy local, even if they could find what they need somewhere else.
If you’re a small business owner, this is your day to reach more customers than almost any other time of year. Let’s take a look at how Small Business Saturday got its start and how you can use it to your advantage.
If you’ve ever needed an answer to a question, chances are you’ve been one of the 2 trillion searches that Google sees annually.
But have you ever wondered if there’s an easier way to find the answers to your questions?
Google Advanced Search is the perfect option, but not all Google users are aware of its many functions.
By typing a specific function before a search term in Google, you can quickly and easily find a simple answer to your question without sifting through irrelevant search results.
Here’s a list of the functions that exist in Google Advanced Search.
Google recently made a big announcement: They’re switching to a “mobile-first” index.
This move is very important for a number of reasons, but primarily because it reiterates Google’s push towards mobile as the new standard going forward.
Let’s take a look at how this change might affect your web presence, and what you should focus on to keep up with Google.