It’s easy to dismiss Google and social media if you don’t consider yourself an on-line business. The problem with that line of thought, however, is that you’re missing out on the digital word of mouth that can occur from your clients who ARE on-line. That’s why so many brick and mortar businesses focus a portion […]
Right now, everywhere you look, there is a firehose of information streaming at you. Television, radio, newspapers, and the Internet are all awash with news and updates and warnings and, unfortunately, hoaxes. But the fact remains that, as a business, it is of the utmost importance that you maintain an up to date source of […]
This blog was inspired by a conversation with a barista at Fluid Coffee Bar in Denver. If you go by, let them know I sent you. Everyone loves to go to their local coffee shop and order a coffee, just the way they want it. Digital Marketing is similar to a coffee order. Do you […]
We wanted to share an email a client received recently. We felt it was important to bring it to the attention of our clients, friends and followers, because it’s like so many other “too good to be true” emails and offers that are out there. You know, those things that people desperately want to be […]
Happy 2020! I am not big on New Years Resolutions for myself but I do like to set goals for my business for each year. This morning at the Conifer Chamber of Commerce meeting, President Jodi Dolph gave a presentation about growing your business. She talked about how you have to really think and plan […]
AlphaPixel Reach works with small to medium businesses ad non-profits to enhance their digital marketing and expand their Reach. Thank you to the Conifer Area Chamber of Commerce for inviting us to present at their October breakfast meeting. The slideshow here is from the quick overview talk Mindy Hanson gave at the meeting. We look forward […]
Don’t “fall” for the sales pitch from a big agency. Work with a smaller firm who takes the time to get to know you and create custom content for your business.
In the early days of the internet, when “Under Construction” gifs and the < blink > tag were in full use, at the bottom of most web pages you could find the earliest form of website analytics: The Hit Counter. This simply counted how many times the page was loaded by anyone. With the […]