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The internet along with search engines like Google have made finding great businesses, products and services  as simple as typing in a few keywords into a search bar.  But when users type those keywords in, how do you make sure it’s your business they find and your website they visit? The answer to driving more traffic read more…


On St. Patrick’s Day, we randomly selected one person who ran their domain through our Website Analyzer tool to win a free press release. Our lucky winner is Eric Dahl, CEO of Crowdswell.com, a crowdsourcing website that aims to help communities solve problems using the power of social media. The press release will be written read more…


It was great seeing everybody at the IRCE 2013 in Chicago! Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth; we feel the event was extremely useful and it was a great success. The speed at which e-commerce is developing and fueling the fire of the global economy is incredible. It’s amazing how the Internet makes read more…


When writing for your site, it’s true that content is key and plays a very large part in increasing conversions and keeping people coming back to your site. However, there is a big difference between user-friendly content and… well, not-so-user-friendly content. Consider what draws your attention – would you rather read a list of key read more…


Our Marketing Manager Danelsy Medrano attended “Unplugged with Mayor Michael Nutter” at St. Joseph’s University last night. At the event, Mayor Nutter talked to a group of 75 of the most promising professionals in the Delaware Valley about the bright future of the city of Philadelphia. Mayor Nutter spoke on many topics and started with read more…


WebiMax is dedicated to bettering the online presence of our clients with best practice onsite and offsite marketing. However, our marketing efforts are only as valuable as the data and tracking information we use to mark the progress of our campaigns. Most online companies do use a form of data tracking; in fact, more than read more…