Category: Web Development

October 1, 2014

The Ins and Outs of E−commerce Marketing

If you own an online store, trying to build traffic and sales can be difficult and intimidating. There are many ways to drive traffic, but they are not all created equal. This is why knowing which networks match your product offering can help you not only sell products, but also build your brand online.

September 30, 2014

LinkedIn: The Ultimate B to B Advertising

You’ve been told this over and over by colleagues, the media, and trusted business partners. But most B2B business owners understand that traditional social networks like Facebook and Twitter are not always the best solution, no matter what online marketing companies tell you.

July 9, 2014

What are your Web Development Goals?

Five Questions to Ask Yourself when Developing your Website.

December 18, 2013

5 Reasons Your Small Business Needs a Website

Very recently, Gatorworks started offering online marketing “in-house”, and in turn, hired me – your friendly neighborhood marketing dude – on to head that up. Coming from a company that was heavily involved with SEO, PPC, and other forms of marketing, having a website seemed like a no-brainer to me. And to be honest, in the modern world with an estimated 247 million Americans online and regularly using the Internet, it actually is.

January 2, 2013

Developing A Responsive Website

The web as we know it has changed dramatically, and it continues to change every day. Screens are greatly varying in sizes, and users need information faster and faster. How do we deliver content more efficiently and usable across such a wide variety of devices? Responsive CSS Frameworks are the answer.

May 22, 2011

Why we use JavaScript and have turned our backs on Flash

The topic of JavaScript vs. Flash is one that has been discussed and debated for years, and there are already thousands of articles on the subject. However, we still encounter a lot of clients who don’t realize the difference between the two or don’t understand why we’ve settled on JavaScript. Hopefully this article will help to explain both.