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How to Find a Good Web Design Company

June 27, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

If you want to know how to find affordable Web design in Glendale, Ca, or anywhere in the United States, then you have to know a bit about what makes Web designers good. These tips will help you evaluate good Web design companies, so you can find someone reputable to work with.

Ask Friends and Colleagues

One way to find a good Web design company is to query your friends and your colleagues. If you know any fellow business owners, then there are good odds that they had someone build a website for them. You should ask them for contacts, and start making some phone calls. You can usually find a decent bid using this method. The flipside is, you’ll also know which companies don’t offer a quality service.

Read Reviews

According to Web Design Express, reviews offer some insight into a customer’s experience with a company. If there are a lot of reviews, you benefit from knowing the score is most likely accurate. If there are only a few reviews, it’s possible some could be fake. Read reviews carefully, as they often have links or photos of the work the company put out. This way, you can evaluate the review and the work for yourself.

Contact Others

Another way to find a good company to work with is to look at some examples in the wild. See a site you like? If the company isn’t a major brand name, you might be able to contact someone on their team and just ask them who they use. Especially if you’re not in a related market.

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Guide to Bing ad management for beginners

June 3, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

When it comes to advertising online and getting your ads in front of as many people as possible, you should not ignore any ad platform. For example, Google and Facebook dominate the online ad market by a wide margin. However, Bing has a steady 7% share of the global search engine market, and that is too much traffic, and potential sales to ignore. Here is how you get started running ads on the Bing network:

Step one – Create an account. If you have created an account on any other ad platform, the process will seem familiar. When you complete sign up, Bing offers a very convenient option to import your Adwords campaigns.

Step two – Keyword research in Bing much like any other ad network and includes a keyword planner tool. Once you complete keyword research, you can use the planner tool to narrow down the list of keywords you plan on using.

Step three – The last step is to create your campaign. Click on the button that says “create your 1st campaign” and enter the relevant details. Select your keywords and then your budget. If you want to spend $20 a day, set that as the maximum and Bing will stop showing your ads when you hit that figure.

When it comes to keyword selection, be careful and set the right type of matching for that keyword. Here are the types of search matches you can select on Bing:

Broad match — Search queries that contain your keyword related to your keyword or keyword phrease.

Broad match modifier — Close variations of your keyword based on a modifier you provide. For example: if you selected +yellow jacket, you will also match “blue jacket” and “red jacket”.

Phrase match — Search queries that contain the same words in your keyword, in the same order. Please remember that this applies even if there are other words in between your phrase.

Exact match — Only the exact match of your keywords will show.

Negative match — Ad will not show for any of these keywords.