SmartAcre and 3PL Central collaborated to redesign 3PL Central's website, making it user-centric and increasing organic traffic by 45%.
On April 1, 2017, Google discontinued the sale and renewal of Google Site Search, meaning the product will be completely shut down by April 1, 2018. Once your contract with the paid site search expires, the custom search engine you see now will convert to a free custom search account, and it will show ads in the search results.
A client recognized the need to redesign their website and explained to SmartAcre that they wanted to reveal a site reflective of their innovative company culture. SmartAcre worked with BioDiscovery to launch their new site using WordPress and HubSpot in January 2016 and saw an increase in overall traffic by 30% and overall pageviews by 40%.
Bringing web traffic onto a page is one of the most important things a web developer can do. Check out our overview of SEO concepts, and how you can improve your site with some helpful resources and tips.
First few days of SXSW Interactive are in the books, team SmartAcre g33ks got to meet such a diverse community of people. I say community as SXSW is more of a community than a event. From startups locally here in Austin to global brand leaders, SXSW Interactive continues to grow and up their game.
SmartAcre will be at the 22nd annual SXSW Interactive Festival in to Austin, Texas from Friday, March 13 through Tuesday, March 17, 2015. As in year's past SXSW has been an incubator of cutting-edge technologies and digital creativity.
As designers, one of our greatest tools is Typography. It is the primary vehicle we use as designers to communicate, inform or educate. If the typography is bad, so will be the design. When it is done correctly, it is powerful.
The importance of a well-thought and conceptually designed landing page can be the difference between a successful conversion and a failed campaign. This post covers the important design elements that go into a landing page that both looks good and is effective.
In nearly 15 years of working in the online marketing industry, I've blogged in fits and starts, but it's never quite stuck or become a habit. Why then should this time be any different?