by Charlie Scala | June 23rd, 2017
With #BIO2017 coming to a close, I wanted to write a brief post about some things partnering companies could to improve their websites before #BIO2018 in Boston. I had the chance to check out a lot of biotech websites at the conference and noticed a lot of room for improvement.
by Steffani Bolhofner | May 19th, 2017
Writing for the web can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Read our four steps to writing for the web before tackling your next page or site update.
by Merrily Chopp | May 10th, 2016
Email marketing just got easier. MailChimp recently unveiled a new inbox preview tool, and it helps take some of the guesswork out of sending emails. Plus, it is easy to use. Here’s a little tour.
by Merrily Chopp | December 8th, 2015
Did you know that custom insights into your own unique audience are available to you right now? No special tracking codes to install, no advanced views to buy. Want to see them? If so, read on as we share four questions we can answer by looking at the social analytics that come for free inside […]
by Merrily Chopp | October 14th, 2015
Here at PINT, emails are an important way we communicate with our clients about trends and new project ideas they might find useful for their websites and online marketing. But we are updating the emails we send in a few key ways. Read on to see what we’re changing and how you can use these […]
by Merrily Chopp | June 3rd, 2015
Recently, the PINT team read The Art of Social Media, by Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick. The book contains a lot of basics that are helpful for people just starting out with this aspect of digital marketing. However, there were a few good reminders for seasoned social pros, as well as a few nuggets that […]
by Merrily Chopp | April 21st, 2015
Today is the day Google is launching its latest search engine algorithm, essentially changing how search engine rankings are displayed, based on their mobile compatibility. This affects anyone with a website, but the search results are only modified when displayed on a mobile smartphone. And while terms like “mobilegeddon” make it sound like this is […]
by Allan Kwan | May 1st, 2014
Not many people like ads. Well, at least it seems like they’ve been trained not to like them. Personally, I started distrusting ads when I heard about the viruses commonly associated with them. Because of this, I made a habit of avoiding most content that had even the slightest whiff of advertising. Unless it was relevant […]
by Andrew S. | January 30th, 2014
Have you ever heard of McMaster-Carr? This supplier of washers, nuts, and other hardware has a shout-out for their onsite search on their Wikipedia page. Let’s take a look and see what they are doing so well. Over 500,000 products, still easy to shop Site search is a great way for users to get directly […]
by Merrily Chopp | December 23rd, 2013
Great Web Experiences PINT hosted a Google+ Hangout on Air to discuss ways to produce a great web experience for your visitors and yourself as a site owner. We discussed many features within the categories of: design and information architecture functionality, tech and security online marketing Connect with us on Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn to find […]