Have you ever visited a website on your smartphone, only to see a tiny version of the same website you would see on your desktop computer? So you pinch and swipe to zoom way in, then move the site around and enlarge and shrink it as needed to read and click on things. That is not responsive web design.
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Google seems to have always had an intense focus on providing local and small businesses with a boost in the business world. Although Google offers many options for small and local business owners to promote their business, the process hasn't always been crystal clear.
Invite your friends to a hangout for cake and presents and a game of “Pin the +1 on the Donkey.” Google+ turns 3 years old on June 28th.
For most manufacturing companies, social media is viewed as something for kids. Marketing on social media is perceived as being better suited for B2C companies or large national brands, if it is right for business at all – certainly not for a manufacturer of a highly specialized, technical product like, say, custom gears.
On June 4, 2014, I attended “Inbound Marketing Day,” in Milwaukee, WI. Hosted by Savvy Panda and the Milwaukee Business Marketing Association, the full immersion into inbound marketing at the day-long conference provided idea-sparking insight and practical strategies from marketing thought leaders.
It’s easy to get sucked in to Pinterest and lose all track of time jumping from picture to picture. But for savvy marketers, Pinterest can be much more than images of DIY craft projects and tasty looking recipes.