Written By Charles Refshauge on April 30th, 2019
We're awfully proud of what's happening in our hometown these days. And while progress and growth is definitely a team sport, we want to say thanks to a few of the people and organizations that are making a huge difference in our community.
Written By Will Rothschild on April 18th, 2019
Now that Google+ has officially disappeared (did you notice?), you might be wondering how it will impact your company's SEO and digital marketing. In our latest blog, we explain where you should be focusing your efforts.
Written By Drew Refshauge on December 11th, 2018
You made a significant investment in a new website that checks all the boxes. It looks modern and smart, the navigation is intuitive, and it has great content that is pulling in visitors. And not just any visitors — it's attracting your target audience, people who become customers.
Written By Charles Refshauge on September 26th, 2018
Did you notice the Halloween decorations go up in late August? And Christmas décor will be on the shelves right after. It seems like retailers are always a few seasons ahead of the rest of us — but with good reason. Advance planning makes it easier to launch campaigns at the right time to hit the right targets.
Written By Claiborne Linvill on September 19th, 2018
Analyzing website and digital marketing data is essential for reaching your goals
If visitors come to your website from an email, but no one is there to gather or review their actions, did it ever really happen? In other words (to be less existential), what’s the point of all your marketing if you’re not tracking how it works?
Written By Carolyn Baughman on September 17th, 2018
Reason No. Eleventy Billion Why We Love Where We Live:
Autumn Here Is Undefeated
Happy fall y’all! This is hands-down our favorite time of year. Fall offers an opportunity to get outdoors a little more, take in a few more area events, and raise a glass of seasonal brew to our amazing team and clients.
This time of year is maybe the best to enjoy all of the outdoors activities that the Western Carolinas are known for, from hiking to kayaking, to mountain or road biking, to on-the-front-porch-adult-beverage-drinking. And right now, Spartanburg is positively bustling with fall happenings. Here are a few events that our ALINErs are excited about:
Written By Will Rothschild on August 27th, 2018
If you don't have a crisis communication plan, you're putting all your hard work at risk
I once had a basketball coach who would begin every season by teaching the team how to handle being pressed and trapped by the other team. In basketball, an effective full-court press defense can really make things difficult for the team being pressed. Turnovers pile up, the other team scores a lot of quick, easy baskets, and indecisiveness and frustration mounts, leading to more turnovers and more easy scores for the other team. Before you know it, you look up at the scoreboard and find yourself so far behind that it’s nearly impossible to come back.