The No-Panic Guide to Google Ads

If you've used Google search sometime in the last 18 years, you have experience with Google ads. Well, you've seen them at least.

The most popular type of Google ads are found in search engine results with the green "Ad" indication.


While Google ads take many forms and sizes, they all serve the same purpose: Give some users more paid traction online.

With 40,000 Google search queries every second, Google ads are the most popular pay-per-click advertisement platform.

Holiday Social Media Promotion

'Tis the season when consumers are spending more on gifts, activities, and even some home repairs. You may want to increase your social media posting or advertising this time of year to reach new or existing buyers — but your competitor has the same idea. The influx of social media posts from loved ones and businesses overwhelm Facebook and Instagram feeds, while ad prices skyrocket in December. A social media contest could be your key to increased reach without a splurge on cost.

Is Your Website Echo Dot Ready?

The top-selling item in Amazon's Cyber Monday sale was the Echo Dot smart speaker. For two years in a row, voice search devices have dominated the online shopping world. What does this mean for local businesses? On December 26th, a whole new set of people will be using AI tools to search for products and services like yours. Our latest blog post provides practical tips for reaching this new voice-search traffic.

Appreciate Your Coworkers

"You can take my factories, burn up my buildings ... but give me my people, and I’ll build the business right back again." — Henry Ford

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Research shows that having healthy relationships with coworkers is better for employees' health, productivity, communication, and even personal relationships.

Creating a positive work environment can start with you! Building a friendship at work could be as simple as asking a coworker about their weekend, posting a funny GIF in your Slack or Flow team chat, dropping off cookies in the breakroom, or asking if anyone needs a coffee when you’re at the drive-thru in the morning.

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