New WordPress Blog Launched for Sage Partner

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Sage Partner and IT Support Provider, DWD Technology Group, recently engaged Juice Marketing to redesign and modernize their blog to better showcase their content, enhance SEO, and improve visitor experience.

The new DWD Tech Blog features a moderinized look that’s up to par with competitors, improved navigation, better article organization and access, enhanced SEO and on-site search capabilities, and an overall better visitor experience.

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Sage 100 Year End 2017 Newsletter Now Available

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Juice Marketing LLC has announced immediate availability of the Sage 100 year end newsletter for 2017.  Part our very popular newsletter marketing program, this expanded year end issue includes 6 pages of detailed tips, tricks, videos, and other resources related to year end closing procedures in Sage 100.

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Beginner’s Guide to Understanding Google Analytics

Teaching Google AnalyticsIf there’s one thing we’ve learned from all of the website redesign projects we’ve done, it’s that most companies have Google Analytics running on their website – but very few take time to actually look at the data and figure out what it means.

Google Analytics provides a wealth of insight that can help you determine how much traffic your website generates, how people find your site, what pages they visit, and loads of other information about what’s working and what’s not.

But here’s what I think is the challenge for most people … there’s so much data available, it’s overwhelming. Most casual marketers (i.e. business owners that sometimes throw on their marketing hat) don’t know where to start or even how to interpret the data.

So we put together this beginner’s guide to Google Analytics to help you get a basic understanding of the reports, how to interpret the data, and start making informed decisions about your website and online marketing strategy.

And by the way, if you you’re using WordPress, here are step-by-step instructions for adding the Google Analytics tracking code to your website.

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How to Turn Off New Post Notifications on LinkedIn

Turning Off LinkedIn Post Notifications

It started a while back when LinkedIn opened up their publishing platform (now called “Pulse”) to a limited range of people that they considered a “LinkedIn Influencer.” It was a way for widely-known business or industry leaders (think Richard Branson, Seth Godin, Mark Cuban, or Deepak Chopra) to share unique insight and wisdom in the form of article posts on LinkedIn.

And then it happened … LinkedIn opened up the Pulse publishing platform to EVERYBODY.

That was a big mistake – here’s why.

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Where to Find Free Stock Images for Your Blog or Website

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Note: One of our most popular blog posts over the last couple of years, we recently updated this article with a couple of new and fantastic image resources we’ve discovered since the original post back in 2013. Enjoy!

Whether you sell products, services, or ERP systems – effective marketing relies on visual appeal. It’s no surprise that blogs and websites using eye-catching images attract more visitors and potential customers.

But finding high-quality images without having to break out your credit card can be a challenge. So here are a few tools for finding free stock images on the web.

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A Few Recent Client Projects

accordant-websiteFrom website redesign and email marketing campaigns to customer success stories and webcast invitations, we’ve been hard at work helping Sage and Microsoft Partners put some juice in their marketing!

Here’s a look at a few of the projects we’ve been working on lately.

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Understanding Google’s Not-so-Friendly Mobile Search Update

Google Mobilegeddon

By now, you might have heard that Google updated their search algorithm with a change that people are calling mobilegeddon. Although some claim it’s the most significant update that Google has ever applied, associating it with doom, death, and destruction might be over the top.  But the point is if your website design isn’t “mobile-friendly”, you might soon be losing a chunk of traffic from search.

Let’s cut through the hype and take a look at what this change really means for you.

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