The launch of a brand-new business website is always an exciting event. But what comes after can feel like a wild ride. In some cases, a new website will see a quick burst of fresh traffic and conversions. Other times, it will seem to have no effect at all – in fact, it isn’t that… Read More »
In the beginning of your search engine optimization (SEO) campaigns, it can be difficult to tell if what you’re doing is moving the needle at all. That’s because there is typically a lot of activity, and lots of content being posted, without much in the way of results. If so, we usually tell our clients… Read More »
Google and the other search engines have essentially killed the effectiveness of the Yellow Pages and other print directories, both in Nashville and throughout North America. That means that in order to reach the same buyers you would have in the past, you need to take advantage of local search engine optimization for your business… Read More »
The one thing you can count on in Internet marketing, and especially search engine optimization, is that what worked in the past isn’t likely to be as effective today. In fact, we can see the world of SEO changing right before our very eyes. Here are just a few of the most important ways search… Read More »
Perhaps a bit late, but in light of the great year that has just passed, we thought that a short recap and a quick run down of Nashville Interactive’s goals for 2011 is in order. First of all, thanks to all the great clients that helped Nashville Interactive have a great 2010. We had the… Read More »
Content management systems are all the latest rage in web design for good reason, they’re great for frequent content updates. But CMSs are like any other piece of software and require some effort and time to learn.
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With lean budgets, people want to get more out of their advertising and marketing dollars. What better way to do this than with online advertising and a great web presence.