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How To Link Your Customers Directly To Your Google Reviews Area

Consider the last time you were looking for a new service, how did you find a business or company that you trusted? One worthy enough of your cause? You might have asked around, checked out their previous work, listened out for reputations, or simply listened to your gut based on interactions. Each (or all) of […] Read more

Digital Transparency: What Your Digital Sales Rep Didn’t Tell You

As quickly as technology is advancing, it’s safe to say that the online world of advertising has undergone some updates — great ones! — in the past few years. With constant updates to search engines, brands that are constantly looking to improve the game, and advertisers who are taking on these growing digital practices, searching […] Read more

The Case for Using URL Discount Codes

If you haven’t yet experienced the magic of an online shopping code, you’ve likely at least heard of them. Much like physical coupons, these little money savers pull dollars and cents directly off of your bill. But unlike the snippable kind, virtual or URL codes are digital. They work all the same on the savings […] Read more

Feb, 15, 2017

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You Must Master Google’s Knowledge Graph to Increase Traffic

In the digital world, all of us — producers and consumers alike — are at the mercy of search engine behemoths. If you want to find or be found, your first stop is almost always Google. Thanks to features like smart search and the Google Knowledge Graph, this search tool has become the most popular […] Read more

The Reality of Virtual

I know. I’ve been a quiet little mouse. It has been 90 days since we lifted anchor and I must say keeping my nose out of things and giving priority to this agency has felt good. And it’s been a pleasure taking the opportunity to visit our clients more often. And to find out, they […] Read more

Stop. It’s Hammer-time.js.

The MC Hammer classic “Can’t Touch This” is echoing in my mind. Why? Because of this totally rad touch gesture support called Hammer.js. Developed entirely by volunteer contributors, Hammer.js can support general touch gestures and be modified for custom ones. Touch gesture is a way of describing how a person interacts with the screen on […] Read more

Organic Search vs. Paid Search — Choose Your Online Advertising Tactic Wisely

Cost-prohibitive and inconsistent, traditional advertising outlets aren’t necessarily the easiest path to generating new business. When a potential customer needs a service or product, they don’t wait for a creative commercial to interrupt their evening — they go online. As a business owner, you’ve got to meet your audience on their turf, with paid and […] Read more

Oct, 12, 2016

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Facebook Event Reminders: How to Use Them in Your Favor

In the past few years of social media growth, we’ve seen Facebook take on many changes. From the way newsfeeds have been set up, to the way we can interact with others and share new content, even to how we are notified about upcoming events – whether we were personally invited, or Facebook simply told […] Read more

Congrats to Ben Kiger, First-Ever Recipient of the High Five Award

Stand And Stretch is proud to announce the introduction of the High Five Award, a monthly title to be given to a worker who went above and beyond their requested duties. We pride ourselves on working with the best and the brightest, and earning a High Five means one of our already great employees has […] Read more

What’s the Best e-Commerce Store? BigCommerce vs. Shopify vs. Magento

If you’re in the retail business, chances are you’ve at least considered moving your goods online (if you haven’t done so already). Today, with all the ease of clicking and buying from one’s own home, it’s no surprise that online sales have seen incredibly high rates of growth in the past few years – with […] Read more

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