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<span>Spring Clean Your Marketing</span> for 2022

Spring Clean Your Marketing for 2022

The world has changed: has your marketing kept up? Now that spring is officially here, it's the perfect time for a fresh look at your marketing plan, tactics, and strategy. In the spirit of spring cleaning, here are 9 things you can do now to improve your marketing efforts.

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Our Top 10<span> Digital Marketing Blog Posts</span> of 2021

Our Top 10 Digital Marketing Blog Posts of 2021

At Web Solutions, we consider it an important part of our job to share what we know about digital marketing, web design, and marketing strategy with our clients and the digital marketing community. Tactics, technology, and best-practices in the marketing industry evolve at a pretty rapid pace, so we're constantly learning and passing our knowledge on to you!

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<span>9 Mistakes</span> That Can Cripple Your Email Marketing

9 Mistakes That Can Cripple Your Email Marketing

When it comes to marketing, email rules. Studies show email is the best way to build brand awareness, acquire new customers, and get the most bang for your marketing buck. But like all marketing, you’ll be more successful if you know what you’re doing. To get the most out of your email marketing campaigns, avoid these common pitfalls.

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<span>Our Top 10</span> Digital Marketing Blog Posts of 2020

Our Top 10 Digital Marketing Blog Posts of 2020

At Web Solutions, we consider it an important part of our job to share what we know about digital marketing, web design, and marketing strategy with our clients and the digital marketing community. Tactics, technology, and best-practices in the marketing industry evolve at a pretty rapid pace, so we're constantly learning and passing our knowledge on to you!

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<span>3 Worst Email Scams</span> Targeting Small Businesses, and How to Avoid Them

3 Worst Email Scams Targeting Small Businesses, and How to Avoid Them

We’ve all heard about big companies being hacked (Equifax, Marriott, Uber, Yahoo, etc.), but cyber criminals are increasingly targeting businesses with scams that don’t involve hacking at all. Rather than finding and exploiting technical vulnerabilities in online systems, these attacks use targeted emails to fool people into doing the work for them.

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