Crafting fun and engaging blog content in collaboration with our clients is a rewarding component of what we do here at Moose May. It’s even more rewarding when we’re able to partner with companies that exist to provide a safe and secure place for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.
As of 2019, there are an estimated 2.5 billion smartphone users in the world. It should come as no surprise that China, India, and the United States form the top three countries with the highest number of smartphone users in the world.
Let’s face it; there are endless choices out there when it comes to automated schedulers. What we DO need to remember is that not all are created equal. While each may offer many features that will fit in your “pros” column, it boils down to one thing; does it meet YOUR business’ needs? So which tool do we love for our daily needs here at Moose May? Buffer. (external link??) Hands down!
Are you struggling with graphics? Not sure what to post on your social media platforms or even where to begin the design process? We can’t all be artists, right? That’s why our team fell in love with Canva! No experience necessary for this amazing tool. So what’s all the fuss about?
Managing social media, especially for multiple clients, can seem overwhelming at times. With so many profiles to compete with, you want to find the perfect aesthetic that works for your brand, especially when there are always new and inventive ways to market yourself to your audience. Take Instagram for example. Finding the best flow, coloring, and visuals to perfectly represent who you are and what you do can take hours out of your day. But thanks to Planoly, it doesn’t have to! Check out some of our favorite features of the first visual Instagram planner!
Have you ever been really excited to see an article or blog post only to find that it is no longer available after clicking on it? An experience like that typically causes a lot of frustration and angst for the user, which can cause them to leave your website. What should have happened when the user clicked on a no longer available URL? A 301 redirect to a similar page or article would have met the user’s needs and kept them engaged. Having the correct redirects put in place can not only be helpful to prevent a confusing user experience, but it also helps search engines too. Many website owners get confused when it comes to redirects, and rightly so. Having the wrong redirect in place confuses both users and search engines, and could possibly put your website in jeopardy of being blacklisted from Google. Nobody wants that, so stay tuned as we explain more.
It’s no secret that Google dominates SEO conversations. You don’t Bing anything, you Google it. With Google as the forefront of search engines, it begs the question, is Bing still relevant?
The short answer is that, yes, Bing is still relevant. If Google and Bing were competing in the Olympics, Google would win the Gold every time. Bing, while not the powerhouse that Google is, would still qualify for a silver medal.
The dreaded A-word, Analytics, can be a scary word to many web marketers and business owners alike. Not knowing the best way to read, understand, and apply data can cause you to lose out. If you feel like you fit into this category, don’t run away, listen up!
90% of all data in the world was created in the last two years, and over 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is created each day. We live in a world full of data, and it is not going away anytime soon. In fact, it is growing at astonishing rates and has already reshaped the way we operate. Try to imagine a day without Yelp reviews, Instagram posts, or Amazon shopping. Data has quickly become embedded into every facet of our daily lives.