If you’re a digital marketer or SEO aficionado, you likely have noticed the rapid disappearance of organic keyword data available in Google Analytics. What was once a reliable source of information has become replaced with the term “(not provided)” as the most popular referring keyword, representing upwards of 80% of the total organic traffic. So why is “(not provided)” showing up in the keyword report?
Four short stories from Primacy employees on teachers that have made a difference in their lives.
FDA Seeks To Provide Standards For Mobile Health Applications.
The number of “mobile health” apps available to consumers is impressive – over 40,000 are available for download in iTunes and Android app stores combined. Of these, the vast majority have been developed without any clinical evidence and in a review of the FDA 501(k) medical devices database, only about 100 have actually received certification by the FDA.
By now the term Responsive Web Design (RWD) has become fairly common in the digital industry. As developers we expect three separate designs for a single template; one for mobile, one for tablet, and one for desktop. With these visual declarations as well as responsive frameworks, such as Foundation and Bootstrap, it’s easy to hit-the-ground running. But, what happens when you add a Content Management System (CMS) to the mix? How do we create a solid responsive framework, modular in nature, in which the client has the ability to create his or her own Picasso?
Investing money in your hospital’s website can drive traffic online and to your door. Primacy analyzed the traffic and paid search activity of five hospitals during 2012 to see if any patterns emerged. It turns out some did. Take a look at the infographic below to see which clicks matter the most.
You’ve just launched your newly redesigned website. Whether it took years, months or weeks – the important part is you’ve finally arrived. You feel exhausted but proud – a true labor of love. Better yet, everyone who sees the new site loves it!
I’ve just returned from a few business trips and had a really positive customer experience from a very unlikely place that I think is share-worthy. To provide some background, about two weeks ago, our travel coordinator advised that we were transitioning all rental car business to National Rent-A-Car. Say what?
a.k.a. Internet Explorer’s Fall from Grace
Whoever coined the phrase, “History repeats itself” knew what they were talking about. Interestingly enough, the truth of this quote often stretches further than just the dusty pages of a history textbook. It can be heard on the runways of fashion, the hallways of interior decorating, and yes, even in the ever-changing world of web design.
Continuing our CMS blog post series, let’s take a look at Ingeniux CMS, which we at Primacy have designed and developed for on a number of projects. We consider it a good alternative to Kentico CMS and Sitefinity, and it will likely compare favorably to other CMS platforms. Within this post, I’ll offer some thoughts on the Ingeniux CMS from both a marketing and developer point of view.