The Difference Between SEO Content and Content Marketing

seo content vs content marketing
Kim Velten November 30th, 2016

In the SEO world, there’s a growing stalemate. It’s well known to white hats that content is a crucial aspect of any solid SEO program, but what’s being debated is how content should be approached. For many years, it was quantity over quality. Produce as many blogs as possible in a given month; create dynamic … Continue reading “The Difference Between SEO Content and Content Marketing”

Announcing the New frank Agency Website!

The frank Agency website redesign
Team frank March 17th, 2016

Bust out the cigars; announcing the arrival of our bouncy little bundle of digital joy. That’s right. We’ve just birthed a brand new website for The frank Agency. And not just a website, but a showcase of design, interface, user experience and SEO best practices. Of course we’re proud of the final design – a … Continue reading “Announcing the New frank Agency Website!”

Top 5 Reasons You Need a Responsive Web Design

responsive web design
Gina Mengoni August 3rd, 2015

For most companies, a website is a crucial component of business. It’s where users go to learn more about your company, research your products and services, and ultimately make purchasing decisions – even if you don’t sell your products or services over the Internet. Most consumers now search for information online before making purchasing decisions, … Continue reading “Top 5 Reasons You Need a Responsive Web Design”

Google’s Mobilegeddon Takes the Internet By Storm

Team frank April 24th, 2015

April 21, 2015. A day that will live in infamy for those who work on the web. The day that Google released their mobile-friendly algorithm. The day of Mobilegeddon. A bit dramatic? Absolutely. But so has been the coverage of Google’s most recent algorithm update. The change took place on April 21, and almost immediately … Continue reading “Google’s Mobilegeddon Takes the Internet By Storm”

Google Chrome Autocomplete Feature Now Available on Mobile

Team frank March 31st, 2015

Good news for websites whose goal completion relies on filling out forms. Google recently announced that web browser Google Chrome now fully supports their “autocomplete” feature for mobile devices. Autocomplete was first rolled out by Google three years ago and offers many advantages – for both user and website. Filling out web forms can be … Continue reading “Google Chrome Autocomplete Feature Now Available on Mobile”