Digital Marketing & Web Development Insights

Articles You Should Read: Week of 2/9

Wednesday February 11, 2015
2015-02-11) Persistent SEO questions answered, how to write an awesome blog post, and steps to justifying mobile usability are all on the list for articles you should be reading this week.

Make Your Site Amazingly Mobile Responsive With Bootstrap

Monday February 9, 2015
2015-02-09) Whether commuting, laying on the comfort of your bed, waiting to be served in a coffee shop, or simply going through a normal day, with the rise of mobile technology, users can easily access and browse websites on their phones or tablets.

Bradley Cooper is Patrick from Marcel Digital

Friday February 6, 2015
2015-02-06) Our very own Patrick Delehanty did his best to recreate the cover art for "American Sniper" with striking results.

Articles You Should Read: Week of 2/2

Wednesday February 4, 2015
2015-02-04) Google starts it's own ride-sharing service, adapting to the latest mobile update, and the importance of site speed are all on the list for this weeks article wrap-up.

4 Free Tools to Help you Find High Quality Keywords

Wednesday February 4, 2015
2015-02-04) If you're working on building out a targeted keyword list, check out the 4 tools you absolutely must use to get the most out of your keyword research.

Articles You Should Read: Week of 1/26

Wednesday January 28, 2015
2015-01-28) Whether it's about the industry, the future of technology, or something we generally think is awesome, here are a few articles that you should read this week straight from our camp to yours.

Welcome to The Cage

Friday January 23, 2015
2015-01-23) At Marcel Digital, we like to name our meeting spaces. But when you work somewhere as cool as here, you can't just name them things like the "blue room" or the "room with carpet". That would be both boring and inefficient.

Matching the 4 Tiers of Google Analytics Data with Your Marketing

Tuesday January 20, 2015
2015-01-20) As web analysts, we spend much of our time explaining how data gets matched up from your website, and what that means for you. One thing I often find is the disconnect between the layers of Google Analytics and the information you can use to improve your web experience. Over the course of this blog post, I’m going to help build the connections detailing how you can match your GA data to how you market to your core audiences.

Playlist: Songs to Annoy Your Coworkers With

Friday January 16, 2015
2015-01-16) If you're like me, you love to (gently) annoy your coworkers. Fridays are really the best for a friendly jab, but we always like to keep things light around the office. Check out this annoying playlist to really get things going.

9 Things You Must Test Before Launching your Website

Tuesday January 13, 2015
2015-01-13) There are many stages involved in launching a new website or revising an existing site. Once the website is fully developed, testing is often ignored and overlooked.