Posts By: Ashley Ward

Chrome Bids Farewell to Flash and Makes Additional Performance Updates​

Attention advertisers! Still using Flash to design your online advertisements? Stop immediately! As of September 1st, Google Chrome will no longer support advertisements that contain Adobe Flash. Flash is usually seen in video enriched elements, online animation, and video games. Several designers began incorporating Flash into advertisements to add that extra flair of animation and… Read more »

ThinkGlobal Retail Conference Recap

ThinkGlobal Retail is the conference for online businesses. With a primary focus on eCommerce, ThinkGlobal brings retail Directors, CEOs, and eCommerce Managers from all over the world to speak and learn about the latest and greatest in online retail. The 2-day agenda was jam-packed with powerful sessions to teach attendees how to improve their online business… Read more »

How to Perform a Basic SEO Website Audit

Auditing a website is something  many businesses just don’t do. Unless they hire a professional web developer, SEO agent, or agency, most business owners don’t have a clue how to perform a proper website audit, let alone an SEO audit. Without auditing a website for SEO, businesses can miss out on several online opportunities, as… Read more »

How To Use Twitter Cards To Drive Engagement

As of the first quarter of 2015, Twitter averaged 236 million monthly active users. Although there’s debate on which social network is supreme, 236 million active users is a lot of potential leads and customers ready to engage. Competing with 500 million tweets published each day, Twitter Cards is a way for marketers and business… Read more »

Google Launches Alphabet and Takes Over All of the Letters

In case you haven’t heard, there’s a new kid on the block. Although the name may take you back to your childhood playing with blocks labeled, “A, B, C”, Google’s newest announcement is one to be excited about. Google made the announcement in their usual way, a blog post, with a little defense and a… Read more »