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We’re so excited to share with you our annual pumpkin creations!  Will the Design team redeem themselves this year? Or will the Sales team continue their winning streak?

Vote below in the COMMENTS and tell us your favorite pumpkin.  Voting will close at noon EST on Halloween, with the winner announced that afternoon!


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manufacturers and social mediaThe business-to-business world, including manufacturing, has been slow to jump on the social media bandwagon. Even when manufacturers participate in other forms of digital marketing, they may not see how social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, and Facebook can help them achieve their branding and revenue generation objectives. However, when managed well, social media is an important marketing tool for manufacturers. [click to continue…]

What Is It?

The highest amount you are willing to pay for a click on your pay-per-click ad for a particular keyword.

Important Caveat

The value you set for your Max. CPC is not necessarily, and in most cases is not, the amount you will actually pay for a click on your ad. Average CPC will show you how much you are actually paying for clicks on your ads.

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What is your name?

Rachaelle Lynn

Do you have any nicknames?

Some family members call me Shell

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Search Campaigns vs. Display Campaigns

October 13, 2014

Google AdWords accounts have many options for advertising your product and services. One of the first things you’ll need to consider is what type of campaign (or campaigns) you would like to run. It’s important to understand the differences between the various campaign types so you can get the most from your advertising budget. Two [...]

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Upgrading to Universal Analytics

September 17, 2014

On April 2, 2014, Google officially released Universal Analytics, a new tracking code created to replace their Classic Analytics tracking code. According to Google, the Classic Analytics tracking code will continue to function for two years from the release of Universal Analytics; however, being proactive in upgrading will help ensure you don’t lose any Google [...]

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Team Profile: Brandon Boudreau

September 8, 2014

What is your name? Brandon Boudreau Do you have any nicknames? No nicknames

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Team Profile: Mike Rogowski

August 14, 2014

What is your name? Michael Rogowski What do you do at NetSource? Web Designer

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PPC Minute: Impressions

August 13, 2014

What Are Impressions? The number of times your ad was shown during a specified time frame. How Are They Calculated? Every time your ad is shown, your Impression count is increased by one. Why Are They Important? Impressions get your ad in front of your audience. They build brand awareness and get searchers one step [...]

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Color, Brand and Emotion in Web Design

July 29, 2014

Colors attract attention, set a mood and make a statement – all things designers keep in mind when creating a website. In fact, research shows 84.7 percent of people say color is the largest factor when choosing products. Even more interesting, most buyers make a subconscious decision about a product within 90 seconds of the [...]

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Content, Not SEO Tactics

July 22, 2014

You may have heard the phrase “content is king”, but weren’t sure you believed it. After all, you’ve spent so much time, money and effort getting your website in perfect working order. Fresh new design? Check. Responsive to mobile devices? Check. Search engine optimized? Check. What else could you need? Well, quite a bit actually. [...]

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Team Profile: Tori Petry

July 7, 2014

What is your name? Tori Petry Do you have any nicknames? Tori is short for my real name, Victoria. If that’s not short enough, some friends call me Tor, and my family calls me Tors.

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