Ecreativeworks Weekly Roundup: April 20-24

Another week in the books, another batch of the best and most informative content we’ve read over the past several days. These pieces from across the interwebs are the crème de la crème, or at least the crème de la pretty good and interesting. Enjoy, and have a great weekend. Koozai: An Idiot-Proof Guide to [...]

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Google’s Mobile-Friendly Update is Here!

How Will Your Site Survive?   At last it’s here: Mobilegeddon, the arrival of Google’s long-awaited algorithm update that will leave sites that aren’t mobile-friendly in the dust. But before you go sprinting for your fallout shelter with an armload of canned peaches, here are a few things you should know: The update only affects [...]

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Ecreativeworks Weekly Roundup: April 13 – 17

As another week draws to a close, we’re pleased to present some of the best content we’ve read over the past few days. Because your schedule is full of meetings, stratgegy sessions and problem-solving, you don’t have time to read everything that comes up. Take a few minutes this afternoon to check out some of [...]

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3 Reasons to Add Google Business View

If you’re a music fan, you’ll love this: a tour of the legendary Abbey Road studios, courtesy of Google Maps. It’s almost as good as actually being there (and, I think, the only way to see inside Abbey Road unless you’re a recording artist or someone who works there). It’s full of photos, historical information, [...]

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Ecreativeworks Weekly Roundup: April 6 – 10

You work hard, so you might not have time to read everything that comes along. That’s why, at Ecreativeworks, we gather the best content we read each week and present it to you in this neat little to-go package. Here’s what we read (and loved!) this week: 1. Moz: The Art of Concision: How to [...]

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Why You Should Write Your Own Product Descriptions

Many distributors face this dilemma: whether to write their own product descriptions or to use the manufacturer’s original descriptions. While using the manufacturer’s descriptions may save you time, there are several compelling reasons to write your own: Google penalties: The Panda updates to the Google algorithm penalize sites that use content that already exists on [...]

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Ecreativeworks Weekly Roundup: March 30 – April 3

It’s always sunny at Ecreativeworks! If you didn’t catch ‘em yourself, here are some of the best articles we found on the ol’ interwebs this week: SEMRush: How to Grow Your Business Through SEO & SEM: This piece might as well be titled, “A Primer for What Ecreativeworks Will Do for Your Company”. It touches [...]

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Spring Cleaning: 7 Signs Your Site is Overdue for a Redesign

Look closely at the image above. It’s a screenshot of what ecreativeworks.com looked like in 2004. This was cutting-edge design in 2004, but now it looks stale, boring and hopelessly out of date. We moved on, and so did most everyone else, but some people still have websites that look like this, or worse. If [...]

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Quantifiable Evidence of the Importance of Quality Content

If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it a thousand times: quality content is a key factor in the success of your company’s website and, by extension, the success of your company itself. Now, thanks to the good people at Acrolinx, there’s actual, quantifiable data that shows just how true that statement is. Global Content [...]

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Ecreativeworks Weekly Roundup: March 23 – 27

It’s been another great week at Ecreativeworks. In case you missed it, here is some of the best content we read this week. 1. Marketing Land: Why Most Brands Fail at E-commerce (And Four Key Ways to Fix It): This article offers some very important insights for e-commerce success. However, it left out a couple [...]

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