So, you have a blog. Whether you call it ‘News & Events,’ ‘Insights and Trends,’ or ‘Posts,’ that section on your site has the functionality of a blog. Having a blog on your website gives you the opportunity to create additional content for search engines to index, which is now basically a requirement for domain […]
For a long time I have been frustrated with the design of blogs. They seem overly busy, overwhelming, even. Larger blogs quickly bloat and explode with unregulated sidebars filled with myriad categories, archives, search bars and artifacts of all make and measure. So, what do you do with all that “stuff” when people come to […]
In this blog we bring to you a mini spotlight on the some of the artists here at Oneupweb. From comic artists to photographers to animators, we have a great palette of creatives here at Oneupweb. Here are a few we would like to share:
2011 has become a year known for its world-wide protest movement and inspired by the advent of the Internets’ social media. 2012 appears to be starting off on the same foot and and that collective voice is on a march.
2012 will be a year of continued learning and constant self-evaluation.
Music has come a long way since the days of the gramophone. We have sang along with the tune of turn table and 8-tracks. We have danced to the beats from a boom box. Grappled in frustration via cassette tapes and screamed at scratched CDs. But in 2003 Apple launched the iTunes store. Welcome in digital music!
PPC advertising is the Steve Prefontaine of internet writing (little, but fast and effective). Blogging is more like a sumo wrestler.
I laughed when I got the email my coworker sent me explaining that I had to contribute to our corporate blog (StraightUpSearch).
For a business, blogging is apart of their social marketing mix. However, there are a vast amount of people blogging away on their personal blogs. Are there dangerous consequences for personal bloggers?
Composing a killer, yet useful, blog post title is important for many reasons, but, in my opinion, there are three that stand out in rank of importance.
Oneupweb just launched a new design blog, CreativeMeat.com.
The FTC has recently announced that as part of its review of its advertising guidelines, word-of-mouth marketers and bloggers, as well as people on social-media sites such as Facebook, will be held liable for any false statements they make about a product they’re promoting, along with the product’s marketer.