It’s like playing every child’s favorite recess game, tag, but online. In the game of tag, strategy and speed simultaneously work together for the advantage of either the tagger or the one being chased. The playground is Google and let me tell you, competition is fierce. Google likes to throw in some curve balls to make the game a little more interesting and fun for us who are chasing each other and brainstorming ways to make it to the top. After all, Google is the referee and they ultimately make the rules and decide the penalties. The goal of everyone in the game is to have their website featured on the very top of the search page.
Unfortunately, online marketing scams happen everyday. Without appropriate marketing knowledge, it is easy for anyone to make mistakes when searching for an agency to handle their marketing needs. Always do your research before you enter into a contract with a marketing agency. Below are a few things that you should look out for:
Focus on winning that case
Jury’s, trials, and cases, they take up a lot of time; and time is what we are all running up against. Lawyers definitely understand the value of time. We are all experts in our own industry, who is to expect a lawyer to know, yet have the time or energy to lure in another case. This is the reason marketing agencies exist. We take the burden off your shoulders and handle your marketing needs with care and precision. We study the online market, we are experts in our industry and have historically proven that more leads equals more cases in your hands.
There are many discussions about the psychology of color and how it affects consumer behavior. A website is essentially a virtual storefront showcasing your products or services. Therefore, it is very important to use the right color for your website that best reflects who you are and what message you want to portray for your target audience.
Recently a client of ours wanted to keep their site hosted on their existing Godaddy shared hosting account. There are several reasons I dislike shared hosting in general and Godaddy particularly, but I was pretty impressed that I was able to get capistrano working with WordPress on their shared hosting server.
On our own servers, we deploy WordPress via dokku. It is a heroku-style docker container manager. We can just do a git-push to the dokku server to release a new version. It spins up a new container, checks out our repo, and runs all of our build scripts. I will do a blog post soon about this, but there are a few more details I want to improve about it before I publish.