Is It Time to Build a New Website for Your Business? Building a new website isn’t always as easy as drag and drop. In order to build a website that you love and your customer enjoys using, there are a few things that you should understand about the website design process. Lauren joins Taylor this […]
Instagram Rolls Out Major Updates (that aren’t copied from Snapchat), Facebook Makes Page Updates, and More – #AskAWebOp Ep 56
We’re covering major updates to Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, and Vine. The biggest news of all centers around Instagram. As many of you know, Facebook (owner of Instagram) made an offer to purchase Snapchat a few years ago and they were rejected. Since then, Instagram has added Stories which operate very similar to Snapchat. Finally, Instagram […]
Taylor and Kelsey discuss ways that you can make the most of the holiday season for your family entertainment center and amusement park. Find out how you can incorporate your company’s blog and social media presence to help build business and make a difference in your local community.
Plenty of new updates rolled out during our two weeks off from #AskAWebOp. Instagram’s changes include updates to their ads and how followers are becoming influencers. Meanwhile, Snapchat helps users curate content with a new playlist feature. To round it all out, Google is putting a major emphasis on local data and reputation for Google […]
We recently went to Nashville for the IATP 2016 conference! With such a fun and young organization, we wanted to capture episode 52 on Snapchat! During the show, Taylor and Kelsey were responsible for curating social media content about the conference using Tagboard. This content was featured on a large projection screen on the tradeshow […]
Did you notice the prominent placement of the LIVE button on your Facebook app? Live streaming is going mainstream and if your small business wants to make it a success, there are some steps you will want to take in order to attract the right kind of attention (and keep it)! Episode 51 of #AskAWebOp […]
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