Gatorade built this technology from scratch just for an ad. 2,500 switches turn the water on and off, and motion capture tells it what to do. The results are incredible.
What have I learned from creating content for the internet? One thing is crystal clear: if you want people to discover your work, you need search engine optimization (SEO).
Take this article for example, if you search for “reverse engineer Google,” “seo secrets,” “reverse engineering seo,” this article is on the first page for each of those search terms. Talk about meta.
SEO isn’t magic, it’s knowing what to do.
Fact: people wait in lines to take Instagram photos in front of colorful walls. This is 2019. Love it or hate it: that’s business, baby. Any smart marketer (or Gen Z’er) knows that content is king, and the best way to reach a wide but strategically targeted audience is through social media and digital marketing.
We’re experiencing a moment of great creativity in the use of web typography. Google Fonts is without doubt one of the most valuable resources, mainly due to the open source nature of its fonts, which allows for both personal and commercial use. Additionally, the quality of the selection is very high as it takes into account essential aspects of web and mobile typography, such as legibility and readability, and of course the accessibility that its own platform dedicates itself to.
We’re spoilt for choice and drowning in tools. Merely sorting through all of it feels like a job in itself. It’s overwhelming. We get it. We all understand how each platform comes with its unique capabilities, features, and behavior. However, everybody is dabbling in multi-platform apps today, so you need to figure out what works best for you when it comes to building cross-formatted apps. And this without having to drain all your resources on developing for a few platforms at a time. Fortunately, there are a bunch of amazing multi-platform developer tools in the market. Below is a list of devices we fall back on.
SEO In One Day
SEO is simply not as hard as people pretend like it is; you can get 95% of the effort with 5% of the work, and you absolutely do not need to hire a professional SEO to do it, nor will it be hard to start ranking for well-picked key terms.
Of all the channels we’ll be discussing, SEO is the one that there is the most misinformation about. Some of it is subtle, but some of it is widely spread and believed by so-called SEO consultants who actually don’t know what they’re doing.
SEO is very simple, and unless you’re a very large company it’s probably not worth hiring somebody else to do.
So this is the list of the 10 best branding and corporate identity design examples. Now, let’s get one thing out of the way, this isn’t really the best. (I mean, who am I to judge that? Is anyone really qualified to make that list? But I digress; I had to include “best” because our content manager said it would be good for SEO.) So, if you searched for “best” and ended up here, well, you’re welcome. So, while this is not the authoritative list, it is a list of some very solid branding and identity designs that have turned up over the last few years.
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Industries worldwide have moved their marketing campaigns online. Landing pages help businesses create effective marketing strategies to promote products and services. A landing page is an important part of the design development process and aims to entice visitors and drive them further down the conversion funnel. Landing page design needs to be flawless, and that’s what we’re going to talk about in this article. How can you design a landing page that’s effective enough to convert visitors and get them to purchase or subscribe?
Honda’s famous advertisement from 2003 cost $6.2 million to showcase Honda Accord. The main reason for this high figure is 606 attempts to make everything flow perfectly from start to finish.
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