Optimized Code & Scripting

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The majority of our websites are be coded using the open source programing and scripting languages of HTML, CSS, Javascript, and PHP. It will be driven by the WordPress content management system and a mySQL database. Programming your website in a way that allows search engine spiders to access, categorize, and index the content on […]

If you want a website and you need it tonight…Square Squared

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“If you want a website and you need it tonight…Square Squared.”  Those are the famous first lines of our company theme song.  Not all companies have a theme song, but we are fun, innovative and creative team, and we thought, “Hey, why not make a theme song and music video to promote our brand?” So, […]

Internet Visibility

Staying Visible

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The best way to make sure your website stays visible on the internet is to keep your website fresh with valid, relevant content.  In addition, it is important that you submit your website to the major search engines and internet directories, including: Google™ Google Places™ Google Mobile™ Bing™ Yahoo!® Twitter® Facebook® CitySearch® Foursquare™ YP.com GPS […]

How to work around the Google Analytics Account Limit

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Account Limit Reached! You have reached the limit of 25 accounts. Please reach out to your Google Analytics support contact for assistance. The problem seems daunting, but the solution is really quite simple and obvious (since we all have 20/20 hindsight). I know people that have set up individual Google accounts for EVERY client, but […]

Great Logos

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I am always on the look out for great logos. Today I came upon the Meat Eater logo (http://themeateater.com) Although the logo as a whole with it’s morbid skull with fork-antlers is in a vertical format which I usually recommended against for my clients because it sometimes can limit size and placement in print and […]

Evolution of Brand

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Here is a great visual comparison by Stock Logos of some of the world’s top brands’ original logo vs. their current logo.  Many of the companies logos have evolved to be similar to their original brand, and some have decided to change direction completely.  What is missing from this  chart are the intermediate logos which […]