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Your website content strategy should be firmly linked to your organizational goals and vision. Seems obvious, right? Here’s where things get tricky. Your marketing wants to increase prospective client leads coming from your website. That’s a reasonable goal, but the
It’s not about being right, it’s about getting it right. I’ve been thinking about this concept quite a bit lately as it relates to websites and strategy. Often, organizations spend boatloads and take an excessive amount of time on their website design/redesign
Culture can significantly shape strategy creation and implementation. You can see a stark example of how culture impacts strategy in the current situation in Afghanistan. As America’s collective patience in Afghanistan waned, it caused a significant shift in its military
Highways and interstates have destroyed city neighborhoods. They cut off natural flow and connectedness in community life (businesses, residential buildings, parks, etc.) by creating a barrier, wasteland, or obstacle to the movement and interactions of people who live there. The
When Patagonia announced this week it would axe adding logos to products, particularly garments, I was surprised-not-surprised. I was surprised because they are the first company in the outdoor/adventure/performance sector to make this move. I was not surprised because Patagonia’s
Get your coffee, this is going to be a long one. If you already understand blockchain, the decentralized web, blockchain domains, and why they are important to your business, skip to the end for completely out-of-context blockchain website strategy recommendations.
[A note to those who have lost friends, family, or loved ones due to the virus — I am so sorry. I experienced part of what you went through as you’ll read below. It’s disorienting and painful. I use a metophor from
Twenty-twenty has been a year of biblical proportions on so many fronts. As our social and business interactions have been forced online by a global pandemic, the criticality of your organization’s website has increased exponentially. And with this increased website
On a college campus, there are typically four main non-monetary “currencies” students trade: alcohol, sex (potential or actual), social (parties and friends), academics (tutoring and “connections”). The degree to which an organization controls these currencies determines its power and influence
As a service-based business, understanding WordPress website hosting strategy isn’t something you are going to use every day, but a sound website hosting strategy is critical to ensure your organization’s WordPress website performs efficiently and effectively over the long haul.
I wrote about why you as CEO/Owner/Marketing Director are not ready to take on a website re/design project for your organization. It really boils down to commitment in terms of YOUR time, energy, daily priorities, and your team’s. Notice money