Agile Development in a Services Environment Pt 3 – Client Integration
  • 04.20.2015
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Our clients desire varying degrees of involvement in their projects.  There are our ‘Fire and Forget’ clients who want early.

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Goodbye Marketing Funnel: Customer Engagement is Key
  • 04.16.2015
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How many times have you heard, “The key is to analyze the marketing funnel”? Next time someone says this to.

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Small Business: Influencing the Trends of Boulder County
  • 04.13.2015
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Boulder County consistently ranks well for all types of “quality of life” statistics.  We are living in a beautiful.

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Mobile Search: Google Changes the Game
  • 04.08.2015
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“Mobilegeddon” is now a thing, and it’s almost here. At least this is true according to attendees and speakers.

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Working in Tech: No Code Skills Needed
  • 04.07.2015
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Technology companies, whether engaged in software development, design, marketing, mobile, or (most likely) all of the above, are great.

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Agile Development in a Services Environment Pt 2– Sales and Initial Client Expectations
  • 04.01.2015
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Establishing and exceeding client expectations is key to any successful services company. This starts very early in the relationship and.

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Cloud Envy: Are You A Victim?
  • 03.27.2015
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Perks: The Millennial Edition
  • 03.25.2015
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In my last blog, I noted that while perks are important, types of perks have changed. Additionally, millennials.

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Think Before You Hashtag
  • 03.23.2015
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Anyone worth their salt in marketing knows that hashtags are a great way to expand your reach and engage.

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Perks: They Work, but Not on Their Own
  • 03.20.2015
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If you give your employees massive amounts of “perks”, they will want to stay with your company, and be.

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