Understanding the distinctions among different file types will help you correctly save, send, and manage every digital project you work on. Unless you’re a designer, you’ve probably never worked with a .PSD or an .INDD file, but that doesn’t mean you never will. This guide will help clear up the misunderstandings you might have about file types and maybe introduce you to a brand new one along the way.
Topics: website design
What Are Search Ads?
The word or phrase that a user types into Google is a keyword or keyword phrase. For example, a user could type, “find pizza place,” and Google would generate local pizza places in both organic and paid search results. You can tell the difference between organic search results and paid search results because paid Google Search Ads have a small, green “Ad” symbol. Paid search results generally show up above the organic search results, giving them a better shot at being clicked on.
Before answering the question, “What makes a good logo,” it’s important to know what a logo is supposed to do. A logo’s job is to represent what a brand stands for, to be a visual cue for something much larger than itself. A logo should be a trigger for brand recognition, whether you see it at the bottom of an ad or as a sticker on someone’s laptop. It should encompass everything you want to say about your brand in a compact, easy-to-recognize symbol. In order to do its job correctly, a logo has to be simple, versatile, relevant to the times, and appropriate for its consumers.
On the World Wide Web today, there are more file formats and extensions than the average user can comprehend. In this article, we will be discussing two of the most popular: SVG and PNG. These two formats are often confused and not utilized to their full potential. We’ll focus on the differences between them and some of the best practices for applying them to your next website project.
Topics: Web Design
Marketing research shows that 93 percent of shoppers base purchase decisions on visual appearance, and 85 percent of shoppers consider color as the primary reason for buying a specific product. This tells marketers we must be thoughtful with our color choices, especially in our branding efforts and website. In today’s post, we’ll present some tips to establish a color scheme for your website and methods to implement the color scheme into your website design.
Blue Frog Marketing teamed up with our client, Larry’s Window Service, for their third annual event with Blank Children’s Hospital in Des Moines. The event is more than just your typical window wash. Larry’s Windows takes their washing to another level with the help of a few friends. Their team dressed up as Batman, The Flash, Spiderman, and Captain America and soared around Blank Children’s Hospital to surprise the kids. The superhero’s greeted the kids, played a few games, and brought big smiles to the staff and family's faces.
Topics: Video Marketing
You may have heard the term Quality Score when discussing Google AdWords but not know exactly what it means. Quality Score is a large part of the AdWords auction. The AdWords auction is the process that ranks the best ads to appear at the top of a Google search. The auction decides which ads will be displayed for a specific search, in which order those ads will appear on the page, and how much the advertiser will pay for that placement. Having a high quality score is one factor that will help your ad show in a top position.
A CRM is customer relationship management software typically used for sales and business development that allows you to monitor and record your interactions withexisting and potential clients. There are many CRM offerings on the web, so here are a few items that you should look for when identifying the CRM that's right for you.
- Contact Management
- Company Information Management
- Deals Tracking and Management
Whether your company is just starting out, going through a rebrand, or catching up to the times, a style guide may be what you need to help define and grow your brand.
Your homepage is expected to tell visitors everything they should know about your business as well as do the heavy lifting when it comes to SEO. Sounds like a tall order, huh? There is a lot of pressure on your homepage to attract visitors and convince them to delve deeper into your website. So, how can you develop a homepage that accomplishes all you need it to? We’re breaking it down.