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Digital Marketing in the Age of Corona
  • March 27, 2020

In the digital marketing age, things move at the speed of light. Add COVID into the mix, and all of the sudden, people have taken to virtual spaces like never before. Here at Ruby Porter, we pride ourselves in innovative…

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Video Conferencing
  • March 20, 2020

Here at Ruby Porter, the vast majority of our staff has started working from home this week, in response to the you-know-what. Yeah, we’re talking about Virustime—and not the kind your computer gets. As a result, we have spent a…

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Three Big Strategies to Improve Your Copywriting
  • April 12, 2019

Perhaps you are looking to become a copywriter, or get your foot in the door with a digital marketing agency via content marketing. You will probably be asked to submit a writing sample—but grammar and spelling mistakes can be a…

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Comparing PPC Ads vs. Organic SEO
  • February 20, 2019

Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Advertising vs. Organic SEO The search engine has evolved significantly since the days of AltaVista and Ask Jeeves. Now, Google searches account for 74.28% of all desktop web searches, and 80.82% of all mobile searches. With voice searches…

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The Modern Day Pop-up: Tech, trends, and best practices
  • January 31, 2019

Ugh, I hate pop-ups. When most people hear the word “pop-up,” they think of old-school gray boxes with bright icons and buttons flashing “You WIN! Click here!”. It is no wonder then, that when asked, no user enthusiastically embraces the…

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Does My Business Really Need a Blog?
  • August 10, 2018

Do people even read blogs anymore?

Yes! Blogging is still popular in 2018. While trends on the internet are always changing, people will always be seeking quality, well thought out content that is informative, entertaining or answers a question or problem the reader may have. Answering common questions in an entertaining way can build a platform for telling your company’s story to a large audience of potential customers.

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Three Principles That Actually Lead to Conversions
  • July 12, 2018

The main point of having good website design is to get conversions. A conversion is when your website viewer does your desired action. Getting viewers to actually take action can be difficult but following these three principles will lead to…

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5 Powerful Ways To Make Your Website User-Friendly
  • April 5, 2018

How people interact with your website directly affects how the user perceives your site and ultimately your business. If the user is having a poor experience while browsing your site it is unlikely that they will stay long and certainly won’t convert into a customer. Our web designers put together five powerful tools to make your website more user-friendly.

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