8 reasons that business owners will be ten times happier with a website built on a WordPress content management system As a business with ambition, your website is one of the most powerful tools in your marketing arsenal. In today’s world, a company’s website serves as the hub of most other marketing activities. It’s where [...]
WordPress websites (the kind we build) are designed for – among many things – social media and search engine optimization. Why? Plugins. Plugins are these fantastic little doo-dads that add functionality and features to a basic WordPress framework. They’re usually free and take a matter of seconds to install and configure. Not all plugins are [...]
Here at Blank Slate Interactive we’ve been doing a fair amount of research on how we can attract and engage fans on our own budding Facebook page. We’ve discovered a lot of good ideas and felt like we ought to share them with our readers. First, a few Facebook stats to noodle on… As of [...]
Blank Slate Interactive, a leading creative marketing studio has been selected by Two Moms in the Raw, a Colorado-based raw snack food manufacturer, to develop a ground up website and comprehensive online marketing solutions for the rapidly growing company.
We’re offering our Web Professional Package to two lucky customers at half price through January 31st, 2011. Get in touch for a free consultation before the opportunity is gone!
If you’re like most businesses you know there are ways that your company website could be improved. But you may be wondering how to know exactly when it’s time to invest in a new website design. Here are 8 surefire ways to tell that it’s time for a redesign.
Choosing a design team to redesign your website or revamp your branding can be a daunting task. If you don’t spend much time talking design you may not understand the lingo or even the process of designing a website or brand.
It’s an important decision and one that will determine whether your new website or brand really shines. Here are a few important characteristics that we look for in other design collaborators and what you should expect to also see from a designer or design firm.