Our CXO David Millsaps is in Vegas this week to present at Bronto Summit 2017. David explores how to develop a strategy for understanding and harnessing customer intent throughout the customer journey. He’ll discuss the alignment between site structure and SEO, and how they influence automation.
Join us May 5th from 7-9 pm at Alloy Design + Development to celebrate the arts and Cinco de Mayo during the Downtown Arts District First Friday Gallery Hop! Stop by and see thought-provoking artwork by Winston-Salem artists Chad Beroth and Jennifer Wynn O'Kelly from the DeLurk Gallery, meet the artists and even purchase these original pieces. Here's a quick preview of some of the great work we're featuring:
The internet is changing the legal profession and how it functions. More people begin their search for an attorney with the internet, turning to search engines first to find solutions for their legal problems. Inbound marketing uses the knowledge and expertise lawyers already have to attract new clients. In short, inbound strategies are flexible and do the hard work so you don’t have to.
Please join us for a gathering of Startup Moms, a group of Women Who Startup.
Drinks and snacks will be provided, and parking is abundant and free. Come socialize, network, and meet interesting women. Feel free to bring a friend!
When: Friday, April 28th from 4pm-6pm
Where: Alloy — 2954 Welton Street, Denver CO 80205
No one likes spam clogging up their inbox, but email is still a valuable tool to reach and engage your audience. Email marketing campaigns can engage your audience with content they’re interested in, and bring in more leads. Here are some best practices for creating a successful email nurture campaign.
Alloy will be celebrating International Women's Day by making a financial contribution to Girls Who Code, a nonprofit dedicated to closing the gender gap in the technology space.
Spam is still a thing? If you run a website with a contact form it is. We review the challenges and some approaches for mitigating spam submissions on websites generally, and in a Drupal context specifically.
I am fortunate enough to serve on my city’s parks and recreation board. The staff is a talented group of folks and they work hard for the institution and the population it serves. Through my time serving the board and many discussions with staff about marketing and communication, it has become obvious to me that the department has big challenges on the web.
It seems like the hot new topic everyone is talking about is Virtual Reality. I’ve been digging into the question of why virtual immersion matters. Many of the articles I have been reading have been insightful, but often abstract, focused on where we will go rather than where we are. It is difficult to get a grasp of the meaningfulness of something so important without really getting a look at it in a practical way. What really is virtual reality? What is augmented reality? Why does it matter for your business, what does this technological and social phenomenon offer us now?