Feb
26
2015

Net Neutrality FTW!

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Websites

 
by Sarah Warlick, content director
The votes are in and net neutrality is now a policy protected by law. Internet junkies rejoice!
After months of worrying, what-if-ing and lobbying on both sides, the Federal Communications Commission has voted 3-2 to adopt net neutrality rules …. more >

Feb
23
2015

Linkbuilding Confusion Cleared Up (Sort Of)

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by Sarah Warlick, content director
Are you unable to figure out if linkbuilding is positive or negative after reading conflicting advice? If so, you’re in good company. There has been a steady stream of new information and misinformation clogging up the pipelines for years …. more >

Feb
12
2015

Love…Exciting and New

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Social Media

 
by Sarah Warlick, content director
Come aboard. We’re expecting you…
In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’re reporting on a brand new social media marketing opportunity that’s either horrifying or brilliant, depending on your point of view: Facebook ads for your love life.
Yep, that’s what we …. more >

Feb
10
2015

You Don’t Have to Break New Ground to Contribute

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Communication, Writing

 
by Sarah Warlick, content director
“It’s been done” shouldn’t keep you from starting a conversation or stating your position.
Blogging, tweeting and all the other opportunities to contribute to the social media conversation can be intimidating for a lot of professionals, particularly when they …. more >

Feb
5
2015

For Those Who Like to Watch…

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Bonnie recorded a video for the CPA Leadership Institute / Client Knowledge Center late last year that we thought we’d share with you as well. In it she talks all about websites and shares some valuable information that firms can use to make theirs …. more >

Jan
28
2015

Super Controversy For Super Bowl Ad (Plus Cute Puppies)

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Branding, marketing, Social Media

 
by Kelly Lucas, client marketing director
Just yesterday, Sarah posted on the bbr marketing blog about how some folks got their feathers ruffled over the somewhat suggestive name of a local chicken farm, Locally Laid Eggs. In this post, she explains that in some …. more >