Our internal marketing team, Chris, Nicole and Alaina, is officially HubSpot certified! We don’t always toot our own horns over here, but when we do it sounds like this —TOOT! If you’re not familiar with HubSpot, it’s the marketing industry’s most popular inbound marketing software platform, helping companies attract visitors, convert leads and close business. […]
Name: Bill Slater Position: Director of Systems & Technology What’s your average day like at Oneupweb? A typical day includes balancing maintenance tasks, issue diagnostics and resolution and much less glamorous administrative tasks such as updating documentation. In addition, there’s usually a client project that requires some sort of attention. Tell us about a favorite client […]
It’s extremely likely, especially in the increasingly digital world in which all companies have to operate, that every business will face a decision about what Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solution they are going to deploy. Oh, have mercy! The myriad number of ways to skin this cat will have you boggled, really. Here’s the cold […]
“Design is now firmly on the business agenda. No longer the cherry on the cake for high-end goods and luxury brands, over the past decade it has gained relevance for the way organizations are structured, how they operate and how they think.” –Pietro Micheli The fallacies of yesteryear, where design is nothing but expensive decoration, […]
LCARS (Library Computer Access/Retrieval System) is an advanced computer operating system on the hit TV series, Star Trek: The Next Generation. Unlike the computers of today, LCARS is able to interact with the crew of the Enterprise in a conversational manner, provide answers to complex queries and anticipate Captain Picard’s needs. While much of the […]
It’s December, and 2013 is fast coming to a close. If you haven’t started thinking about 2014, it’s time. Next year is going to be another big one for digital marketing, with big, fast changes in the way people use and interact with the Internet. But don’t fret, we have you covered: #1. Converging Boundaries […]
According to their 188 page public filing with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, they reported revenue of $3.7 billion in 2011, up 88% from 2010 where they reported $1.97 Billion in revenue. That makes each Facebook user equate to $4.39 each. Facebook states in the document of that $3.7 Billion that their net income for 2011 was reported to be $1 billion exact. That’s 94% increase from 2010.
Last week, Oneupweb launched ROSI trax™ – cutting-edge technology designed to measure Return on Social Investment. No gimmicks. No hocus-pocus. Just plain, no-nonsense analysis of consumer engagement with your brand via social media – and the direct conversions attributable to that interaction.
There’s a lot of news surrounding Spotify this week – and rightly so. But I’m not here to talk about the online music service’s new apps. I’m here to talk about why I love Spotify. And, yes, why I’ve loved Spotify since it debuted in the US. That’s right – I’ve been a believer since the beginning, so yeah, I’m biased, and I guess in that regard sort of like a “I was a fan before it was popular” Twilight kid. Guilty as charged.
If you are a business and have not yet realized how many people are visiting your website via mobile devices and tablets, you must take a look at your analytics.
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!
I have never really ever seen makeup enter design blogs or vice versa. Until recently, that is.