Announcements, Design, Projects, Strategy July 02 2020
Despite challenging circumstances, ZAG’s team of digital strategists, designers, marketers, developers, QA specialists and project managers brought four website redesigns over the finish line in the second quarter of 2020 to support our financial services clients in leveling up their digital experiences.
Marketing June 25 2020
On May 4th, 2020, Google announced a core algorithm update that would affect sites across all different industries. Learn how this new update (dubbed by some as the "Pandemic Update") may affect your site and how your rankings and visibility may change.
Marketing, Strategy June 23 2020
Marketers and content creators have been using Google Analytics to measure audience, acquisition and behavior metrics and make informed inbound and outbound marketing decisions. Together with Google Tag Manager and Data Studio, this trio of Google tools can be very powerful. With some customization, you can identify and monitor the key performance indicators that matter to your business or organization and develop an ongoing strategy that is informed by your actual data instead of assumptions.
Design, Marketing, Strategy June 19 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused immediate shifts in online behavior, but the long-term impact of this is important for marketers to pay attention to. Explore what to pay attention to and plan for as you modify your 2020 plans and set the stage for 2021 budgeting.
Marketing June 17 2020
Google My Business is a powerful tool that can transform how you drive customers to your local brick and mortar business and further develop trust with new and existing customers. Although Google My Business has been around for a long time, it has grown in its importance as more users use search engines to find information about a local business, even more so during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Marketing, Strategy June 17 2020
Online sales are essential to many businesses, so your website must work hard to promote your products and services. If you’re spending time and money directing visitors to a specific product or service on your site, landing pages should be an important component of your marketing plan. These simplified, hard-hitting pages are created with one goal in mind: conversion. Here’s why landing pages matter and how to build them effectively.
Marketing, Strategy June 15 2020
Since it only takes users .05 seconds to form an opinion about a website, marketers must quickly learn how to meet the needs of their digital audiences. To keep consumers from bouncing off your homepage or any other key website page, you must first determine how they engage with your site. Learn how heatmapping tools simplify this process.