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Creative Web Design as a Customer Magnet – How NicheLabs Strengthened the Attraction

A really strong website appearance clamps visitors to your site, tightening the “stickiness” that helps your SEO and increases your likelihood of getting more business. That holds true for any small business, and it’s really critical if you’re targeting clientele that are not local.

That was the challenge Laurie Schemenaur faced when she opened Safe N Sound Home Watch and Personal Concierge on Florida’s west coast. She needed to attract and hold out-of-state owners of high-value second-homes. She needed a website that would give them peace of mind and remind them of her full service offerings.

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Projecting Video’s Big Picture onto Your Content Marketing Plan

Video gets attention – big time — for SEO and website designers and users because it makes the website design more engaging. According to a video post by Scott Wiliford, CEO of vLink Solutions, YouTube is the third most-visited social media channel, trailing only Facebook and Google+ and ahead of Twitter. More than one billion unique visitors each month watch six billion hours of video. That’s according to figures from the Content Marketing Institute.

Much of the reason that Content Marketers are uploading 100 hours of video every minute to help their SEO or website design is because video has become easy and inexpensive. Willford’s company has packages starting at $200 per finished minute of production, with website welcome videos and video blogs typically 1to 3 minutes long.

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Search and Ye Shall Find (a “must see” video)

We’re well into a new year, but along with credit card bills, we have another leftover from the holidays – with a good marking message for small businesses.

Google recently shared an ad promoting its organic search capabilities that warms even the hardest of hearts. While we have all been entertained by comical ads through the years, the ones that stick with us often have a deeper meaning. Yes, online search is very, very powerful.

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At What Point Will Your Current Website Be Outdated?

Digital marketing trends are constantly evolving, and so should companies. While looking forward is both necessary and exciting, we also understand your company operates at a speed that is unique to your customers and your market.

Where should you begin?

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Security Provider Verifies NicheLabs’ Digital Marketing Expertise

When changing your company’s name, updating your website just means replacing an old logo and name with the new, right? While updating aesthetics is one part of rebranding a website, website mechanics and search engine optimization strategies must change, as well. Provider of commercial security solutions for more than ten years, Atlanta-based Remote Protection (soon […]

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NicheLabs Puts Atlanta-based Restaurateur on the Map

When a company is new to a community, building awareness is critical to its success. In our digital world, if the company doesn’t exist online, for many consumers, the company doesn’t exist at all.

Providing visitors with fresh seafood in abundance, SeaBass Kitchen, new to the Sandy Springs community of Atlanta, GA, offers a refreshing alternative to other restaurants. The new Sandy Springs neighbor needed to create a website to appear in online search engines, share menu and contact information, create memorable first impressions, and enable patrons to make reservations online.

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Atlanta’s Fastest Growing CPA Firm Engages NicheLabs

NicheLabs has partnered with Bennett Thrasher, a top five accounting firm in Atlanta, GA to re-architect and redesign their current website. In addition to front-end aesthetics, NicheLabs will also develop search engine optimization (SEO) strategies for the firm. The two companies are collaborating on website design, layout and SEO integration to increase search rankings, awareness and traffic for the market leader.

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Guided by the philosophy that “multi-faceted challenges demand multi-dimensional thinking,” Bennett Thrasher’s full-service offerings and cross-disciplinary collaboration yield actionable solutions for their client’s needs. The company consistently receives accolades for their approach and intellectual capital.

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World leader in saline chlorination selects Atlanta website design firm NicheLabs to help step up its marketing

ChlorKing Incorporated, the world leader in saline chlorination, has changed the way commercial pools and spas are managed. With two patents and a third on the way, management decided it was time to change their strategy and their website and chose Atlanta website design firm NicheLabs to do the job.

ChlorKing has developed an on-site chlorinator that eliminates the need for expensive and potentially unsafe chemicals to control bacteria and algae. The current website was geared to educating American managers of commercial pools and spas about the technology and convincing them to consider it as a safer alternative to conventional chlorination.

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Leading hotel renovator chooses NicheLabs to renovate its company website

IDC Construction is a national construction company that renovates hotels and resorts for some of the world’s leading hotel brands – including Hilton, Radisson, Doubletree, Hyatt Regency, Crowne Plaza, Marriott, Holiday Inn and more. With clients like those, the people of IDC are used to meeting high standards and expect nothing less from the companies that serve them.

For this reason, Atlanta website design and marketing firm NicheLabs is proud to be the one that IDC Construction has selected to redesign its website.

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HTML vs. CMS: Which is your better ally in the SEO battle?

When clients come to us with older HTML websites, they always ask why we want to switch them to CMS for their new site. As the SEO battle gets tougher and tougher, we felt it was time to explain: The problem with HTML is that it was developed more than two decades ago, long before SEO was even on the horizon.

HTML is a programming language – specifically Hypertext Markup Language – that browsers read to display a webpage. CMS, on the other hand, is not a language but a programming system – a Customer Management System – that can be used by both developers and website owners.

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