Upward Brand Interactions helped Champaign County Department of Job & Family Services (DJFS) and CTEC, a job resources division of Champaign DJFS, develop two resource-rich websites to provide an easy way for the Champaign County community to access important information about agency services, assistance and events.
As healthcare marketers, our job is to give a voice to what our clients do – to crystallize the quality of health and life they make possible for the recipients of their products, services and care.
WRITTEN by: Bethany Bebech |
categories: Content Marketing
On June 28th, Google announced via their blog, a new “real-life sharing” social media platform called Google+. Immediately, the online world clamored to the search giant’s doorstep in pursuit of a beta-testing invitation.
Summertime is a great time to find a refreshing local watering hole and sink in with your favorite cold brew. Upward’ development team, with the help of Superior Beverage Group, is ready to help Central Ohians do just that.
WRITTEN by: Upward Brand Interactions |
I'm happy to announce that Upward Brand Interactions took home some hardware Thursday night at the 2011 Ohio Interactive Awards! We received one award for the Social Media Other category and one Honorable Mention for Best Non-Profit Website.
WRITTEN by: Jerrod Swanton |
When moving a website to a new domain, webmasters and site owners generally use 301 redirects (permanent) or 302 redirects (temporary). Redirects tell search engines that the website has moved and to start indexing the new site. Recently search engines have recommended using a canonical tag to redirect them to your new domain.
Upward Brand Interactions Supports Entrepreneurs & Start Ups through Sponsorship of Ohio Growth Summit
Upward Brand Interactions partnered with the Ohio Small Business Development Center at Columbus State to create a dyanamic blog and website to support the upcoming Ohio Growth Summit.
WRITTEN by: Bill Sterzenbach |
Yes. In most cases, it seems to be for the better. Overall if you want give Google the no-means-no message, be sure your title tags are all unique, and be sure they are long enough and that they aren't stuffed with keywords.