Yearly Archives: 2019

7 Ways to Save Web Pages as PDF/JPG/HTML Files

We recently explored ways to save website pages as images so that we can create a mini "archive.org" of our websites after we take them live. Why? We'd like to have a copy of these files because we need to make sure we don't blow up the approved formatting as new features are added or software is upgraded. Here's what we found.

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Global First Responder: Listening to the World… Responding with an Engaging New Website (and So Much More)

We saw an opportunity to provide not only a face-lift to Global First Responder's existing website but to also improve efficiency and day-to-day operations with streamlined usability and functionality. The result? A beautiful new website that both represents to the world the awesomeness that is Global First Responder and also saves them one of their most valuable resources: time.

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Missouri Asphalt Pavement Association (MAPA) – Millennial Hiring Presentation Slide Deck

Monica used this slide deck for her presentation at the 29th Annual MAPA Conference.  Download the slides as a PDF: MAPA Millennial Hiring Presentation If you’d like to learn more about marketing to Millennials consider the following blog posts: How to Get Millennials to Work for You The Essential Millennial Millennials VS Boomers Generational Marketing –

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5 Content Marketing Strategies to Beat The Content Overload and Engage Your Customers

Websites and blogs publish thousands of new posts every day covering a huge range of topics, and while this endless flow of information can be highly convenient, it can be overwhelming to users and also makes it harder and harder for marketers to beat the competition and engage customers. However, there are 5 marketing strategies that can help you overcome this problem and boost your efforts.

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The Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) is now reaping the benefits of an all-new website

When REAP decided the solution for marketing their mission for energy efficiency and independence was a well-designed, highly-functional website, we knew right away we would be a perfect match to make their vision a reality, cause who’s not a fan of improved efficiency?

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NextGen Ministries launched their online presence into the next generation!

What does a faith-based youth-oriented organization like NextGen Ministries do when their website needs an overhaul? They make the decision to do something about it — because they know a healthy online presence will help them grow and serve their purpose in our community, not only as professionals but as leaders and supporters of faith.

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How to Get Millennials to Work For You

How do we get in front of the Millennials that we need to help build and fuel businesses in the construction industry? Be passionate about your work and show them how fulfilling this industry is to work for. Then you open the door to meet the Millennial workforce.

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