At Big Sea, we celebrate Earth Day every day. Find out how we develop earth-friendly websites by living and working green.
In late April, Google is changing the way websites are ranked in mobile searches. Here’s what you need to know about your site and the changes.
Last week, we held our second Big Sea Breakfast Club — an informal series of seminars on all things digital. We were lucky to welcome Jill Fratianne from HubSpot as our guest speaker. Jill started with HubSpot in 2006 …
Last week our clients may have noticed (not without warning) that we’d effectively gone dark for 24 hours. Ship It Day was an opportunity for the team to focus on unbillable passion projects individually, in small teams, or together on the whole. The key concepts were exploration and innovation, and a foray into new things we might not otherwise dip our toes into. In this spirit, Ship It Day delivered in spades.
The brain can process visuals 60,000 times faster than text, and 90% of the information sent to our brains is visual. I’d say those are two pretty compelling reasons to add images to your next social blast – but not just any image. Here are a few tips to creating memorable visuals for your next post.
Learn directly from our friends at HubSpot about the future of marketing automation. Where it’s heading, what will change and how you can apply automation techniques to your own marketing activities.
Blog articles are usually top landing pages on websites. They’re entry portals into the site, introductions to the organization and to the company’s voice. Check out 10 essential elements we found on every great business blog we viewed for a recent project.
2015 is the year of the marketer. Not that we haven’t always been marketers – but experts predict we’ll continue to see see the shift away from transactional marketing, with a ‘click’ as the point of interaction to a …
In case you haven’t already noticed, I love beer. Recently, Dune Brewing (my home-brewing side project) and Big Sea teamed up to produce a beer for our clients. With our love of beer at Big Sea, it …
Admit it – you’re more than slightly addicted to that little rush you get by mindlessly scrolling through Facebook or Twitter. And you don’t know why. Here’s how I woke up and started paying attention to the role of these networks in my life, and started to silence some of that static.