The American Advertising Awards 2017 were held at the Blue Gill in Gainesville, FL on February 24. The ADDYS are the nation’s largest advertising competition, with members ranging from advertising agencies, TV/Radio stations, print publications, small businesses, non-profits and more. Every year, NetSource Technologies participates in the annual awards.
NetSource has brought home multiple ADDY awards for their success in professional web design from the American Advertising Federation (AAF). For 2017, NetSource gained 4 more Silver ADDY awards for their unique and responsive designs. […]
Smoke/Fried restaurant in High Springs, Florida has entered the BBQ scene with delicious food, friendly service, and a brand new website courtesy of the NetSource Technologies web design team. The new website, www.smokefried.com has helped Smoke/Fried establish their brand, showcase their menu, and attract new customers. […]
Beginning in March of 2016, the website design team at NetSource Technologies set out to help the Marion County Health Alliance create a website and brand that matched their vision: “To make Marion County the healthiest county in Florida.” The new website, www.livehealthiermarion.com has given the Alliance a platform to educate the community and share their expertise on living a healthier lifestyle. […]
An effective marketing campaign takes time to build, a lot of data, and near perfect execution. The online marketing world is more competitive than ever, with hundreds of businesses competing for the same customers. A Google AdWords campaign has become a necessity for survival in today’s competitive market, but what about ad campaigns on Facebook?
If you spent more than five minutes scrolling through your Facebook or Instagram feed today, this blog post is for you. […]
Twitter is not new to the social media scene. Since it launched in 2006, Twitter has become one of the most popular social media platforms on the planet for individuals, celebrities, businesses, etc. As of 2015, Twitter had over 320 million active users sending over 500 million tweets a day. But, why should you care?
The market today calls for more online brand monitoring than ever before. As trends continue, we will see more and more review sites appear. There are many surveys and statistics that show how much consumers are influenced by online reviews. Some studies suggest that up to 90% of purchasing decisions are influence by online reviews . One bad customer experience can now create such a buzz through online resources that your business strategy and success can come crashing down. In this article you will find tips and resources to help get in front of your brand’s reputation online and appear positively in front of the consumer. […]
The NetSource team is proud to announce the recently redesign of PinelandMarina.com for our longtime customers, Virtual Realty Enterprises (VRE). We were pleased to have the opportunity to launch a brand new website for Pineland last year. […]
Your website is an opportunity for you to make a good impression and help existing and potential customers decide whether or not they should do business with you. Even if your business is mostly offline (i.e. you don’t have an ecommerce site), you should still be very worried about the impression you are making online. The majority of consumers now use the web to research everything from the new restaurant that opened downtown to the accounting firm they are considering bringing business to next year. Even if their purchase or business transaction will happen in the “real” world, their decision is often made before you even get to meet your potential customer.
You only get one chance to make a good first impression, so avoid these common pitfalls at all costs! […]
Pinterest is a recent social media platform that has been making a large impact on the social industry. If you aren’t familiar with it, Pinterest is a site that allows “pinners” to create and share pins. You can organize your pins in boards and categorize them accordingly. Some popular pins include wedding, health & fitness, and cooking. […]
Back when the Internet was a lot younger — say around 1998 or so — great domain names were still pretty easy for a website owner to come up with. Unless your business had a really common name, you could probably buy a domain that matched, or at least matched closely enough that people would remember it. Domains were a little bit harder to register and cost more (inflation-adjusted, anyway), but you could always find something decently memorable that didn’t have too many consonants in the middle of it.
That’s not so much the case anymore. Looks like all of the easy stuff is taken, which is why so many websites have domain names that read like something from the bookmark list of famous comicbook villain Mister Mxyzptlk. (Don’t get any smart ideas. “Mxyzptlk.com” is taken.) […]