We’ve all been on a zoom call with someone who’s internet has um, not been the greatest. It’s super frustrating for everyone involved. What can you do to make sure your WIFI is always as fast as you need?
Four months in, Corona Virus ads are common place. Honestly its a little jarring to see an ad not referencing the virus or pandemic. However, A lot of companies have gotten slack for “opportunistic” advertising.
What is going to fill the void left by third party cookies? We know for sure that our reliance on data isn’t going to change. It’s the foundation of marketing. We are always going to need to know who our audience is.
Looking for a fun art project to do with your kids (or by yourself honestly) this summer? The Tate Modern art museum in London has a website full of fun (and education) things to do to keep you busy this summer.
What is the difference between using data and using data effectively? Having insight or discernment is the key. Think about the old adage: knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit, wisdom is knowing that it doesn’t belong in a fruit salad. Therefore if data = knowledge, then insight helps you to now where to put it effectively.
Only 64% of small business have their own website. While the majority, it’s a smaller number than expected. Of the that left over 36%, most use social media instead of a website. Here are three reasons to have a website:
During the first weekend in May, the artist, Warren Neidich organized a drive by art show in Long Island. The event was planned in just a few weeks and advertised quickly with signs placed in neighborhoods. The art show featured work from 52 artists in the South Fork of Long Island.
Do google analytics seem a little overwhelming to you? You are not alone. Google analytics is one of those things that is just assumed to be set up for every business, but it is notoriously complicated. So, what’s the deal with Google Analytics and how can you make it work for you?