digital is our domain
digital is our domain
While working from home is not the same as being onsite (especially if you were not used to it), it is possible to pivot both your workflow and your mindset, all while staying on track with your projects.
Let’s face it – being a business right now, large or small, is hard. COVID-19 hit all of us like a ton of bricks and very few were prepared.
Every few years someone declares blog posting as dead but we are here to tell you it is alive and well!
No matter how long this crisis lasts, one thing is for sure – it’s time to prepare your business for the long haul. With that, we need to work harder, and stronger, during this unprecedented time in history.
Tips from GreenCup to help you survive working from home during these uncertain times.
Do you have any interest in growing your business and attracting new customers? Here are five reasons why you need a website for your business.
These tools will help you create awesome profiles and start helping your bottom line with shiny, happy new customers!
Boo! (Second Annual GreenCup Scary Website Issue, read if you dare...)In August of 1991, a group of scientists at the Swiss Physics think-tank, CERN, did the unthinkable. Led by English computer scientist, Tim Berners-Lee, the group created an interconnected web of...
For most business owners, the term “SEO” seems to be a mystery that no one can really define…let alone tell you why you need it in the first place.
There are platforms available today which have simplified the webpage creation process and put the ability to manage a professional website within anyone’s reach. One of the very first of these was WordPress.
Before you purchase web hosting you need to know what you want your website to accomplish. Like anything else, there are different tools for different needs.
Many concepts related to technology can be difficult to explain, especially if the person doing the explaining buries the idea under a pile of acronyms and techno-speak. This article begins a series of posts that cover Internet-related concepts that are very often misunderstood.
Website content is an important part of any small business marketing plan. Maintaining the flow of traffic takes a little spring cleaning sometimes.
Time for an Update at GreenCup We’ve seen a fair amount of change at GreenCup over the last year, with much of it revolving around Joanna Corrigan taking the wheel from Veronica Kirin to steer us toward growth, new projects, and new opportunities. By merging two...
In the last few years, social media changed Internet marketing all over again. People’s own surfing habits made it obvious that advertising dollars were best spent where the most client eyes could be found, and those people were all surfing Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
You know how important a nice-looking website is to your business today. You know that it’s the face of your company – like a fresh-faced employee at the reception desk who has a smile for everyone and can serve up facts and figures about your business for anyone who asks. They are as effective at selling your product or service as you are.
The start of a new year almost always brings new goals and ambitions, and the inevitable promises that come with the changing calendar. We all make solemn vows to be more productive, spend less time browsing Facebook, and to eat more kale. Well, ok. Maybe not more kale.
You may have heard that WordPress is launching WordPress 5.0 today which is probably causing you to scratch your head and ask, what does that mean to me and what should I do about it?
This is a big deal.
There are endless articles and blog posts covering the importance of marketing your business through your website, blog posts, and social media. Although those are important pieces, they are part of a bigger picture. Your online presence and the platforms that carry it must be maintained.
When people want to know more about your business the first thing they will do is visit your website. The first impression you make on your clients doesn’t come from a handshake or a phone call, it comes from your online presence. Even if you hand someone a business card, the next contact they will make with your business is through your website.