In order to have a successful website there are many “must haves” no matter the type of business or industry you may be involved in. Unfortunately, there are a lot of bad websites polluting our search results that display irrelevant information to the user. Make sure to follow these tips to optimize your website, and ultimately, the users’ experience who interacts with your content.
The possibilities are endless for finding ways to show off your company through involvement in the community. But the weekends come and go quicker than anyone expects and your awesome ACL marketing campaign is over before you know it.
How do you continue your 2015 ACL campaign after the event is over?
There are countless opportunities for marketing campaigns at the 2015 Austin City Limits Music Festival in Austin, Texas, and trust us, you don’t want to miss out. Over 450,000 attendees show up every year, making ACL the most attended festival in the United States. Devising a marketing campaign at ACL this year can provide you a tremendous amount of brand exposure. ACL provides multiple outlets to set up shop, or sponsor the shows.
How can you take advantage of these marketing opportunities?
Fahrenheit is thrilled to announce that we’ve made Clutch’s list of “Top Digital Marketing Agencies—Texas 2015!” This ranking is a big deal to us and we are happy to be honored!
Clutch is a research and review firm that finds top-notch service and software firms in the technology and marketing industry. We’re listed in their online directory which has been incredibly helpful in meeting new and potential clients.
The status of “LOL” is not a laughing matter anymore. The status seems to have spiraled downhill for the aging acronym to the point where it is on the verge of obscurity. It might be because everyone has figured out that the other person on the other end isn’t laughing at all, or perhaps it was over used to fill out awkward pauses to the point of being meaningless. The new Facebook report shows only 1.9 percent of the users are LOLing. The majority of the LOL-ers are from the older demographic, which may be the cause of the vernacular shift. Let’s dig deeper into why a word that was once so popular, it became part of the Oxford English Dictionary is now seeing a decrease in usage.