It can happen to any business.
- A Tweet from an unhappy client that goes viral
- A nasty blog post from a disgruntled former employee
- An anonymous complaint written by an unscrupulous competitor.
The call to action on a website is an incredibly important function if you’re planning on moving visitors toward completing specific goals. But first you need to understand how call to action wording can affect the visitor’s outcome.
Our 404 page is the last thing we’d want you to see while you browse our website. After all, if you come across it, it’s likely that a link on our website is
A surprising number of business owners have a hard time putting into words exactly what makes their companies unique, different or superior to their competition.
Introducing the world’s most extensive collection of ecommerce elements: ElementsofEcommerce.com.
One of the members of our marketing team, Doug Pierce, was called upon for a New York Times story published online today uncovering fraudulent techniques employed in improving JCPenney.com’s Google rankings. Head of the
Every day at Blue Fountain Media we are contacted by people looking to build a new website. Reasons range anywhere from “it needs e-commerce functionality” to “no one knows what we do” to “I hate it!”