When people think about top social networking sites, Twitter and Facebook are usually the first ones that come to mind. That’s because those are American, mainstream platforms. And although America is the greatest country of all time, we’re not the only ones looking to connect online. Other platforms have found success in creating their own […]
In light of our most recent blog on the age of disinformation, we’d also like to touch on transparency in advertising agencies and the importance of just being honest. In a recent study conducted by Lable Insight, it was discovered that out of a survey of 2,000 people, 94 % were more likely to gravitate and […]
What is Github? Only the world’s leading software developer, or so their website says. Github has risen to the top of it’s industry in just 10 years of existence. “From open source to business, you can host and review code, manage projects, and build software alongside millions of other developers.” Github collaborates with you to […]
Web.com, one of the worlds largest web development companies, providing services for millions of small business owners has made news the other week. web.com is a publicly traded company which racked in about 106.5 million dollars in 2014; and you would think they could have used some of that money to up their web security, […]
In case you missed our anniversary announcement, we recently outgrew our third floor offices in downtown Jacksonville’s Law Exchange Building and moved about 25 feet upwards. Relocating our marketing and creative team to the fifth floor essentially doubled our office space, allowing for…
To display or not to display, that is the question. And with some data showing over 70 percent of banner ad impressions are fraudulent – why do it? Display (or banner) advertising has been around for several years now and it is a successful way to show your advertisement to many people.
Without images, social media sites such as Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest and personal WordPress blogs wouldn’t have a good portion of their content. Content is king.
But unsurprisingly, the users of these sites habitually reblog, repost or retweet copyright-protected images, including stock photos that were never purchased.