As recently announced by the Gettysburg Times, Misfit Interactive has won 3rd place in their yearly “Pick of the Counties” poll to all residents of Adams County, PA for Excellent Customer Service. With over 16,000 votes cast, and without us even mentioning the vote to any clients or on any media platform, we’re VERY humbled to have won for our Customer Service as the Best Gettysburg SEO Company in the county. Continue reading
New from the Misfits
I want to take a moment to reminisce about a local story that I personally witnessed where a business completely dropped off Google and lost all of their traffic and tons of money. I wish I could say it had a happy ending, but I honestly don’t know what the outcome was for the client, as they dropped off the face of the planet too. Continue reading
You are a small business trying to generate leads to turn into new paying clients. You think you are doing everything you need to do, but are you really? Are you utilizing e-mail marketing? Are you creating an e-mail list for your company? If so, are you sending e-mails the right way? Continue reading
According to a 2015 survey by Constant Contact, finding new customers is a top concern for 66% of small business owners. This only stands to reason, customers are after all, the lifeblood of any business. And with Ecommerce growing at a rate of 23% year-over-year, it is unsurprising that companies are increasingly turning to SEO in order to stand out from the crowd. Continue reading
We’ve been designing websites for clients for years. We love doing it, and we do our best to make sure our sites are designed to be SEO friendly so our clients have a good chance of success for their business right out of the gate. Continue reading
We sent out a notice to our clients recently letting them know that Google will now start prioritizing websites that have an SSL Certificate installed to protect certain types of data that might be submitted through your website. This is especially important if you sell products and accept credit card information, and even if you have users login to access a “members only” section of your site. Continue reading
The Penguin Rolls Out
Once upon a time, when the internet was not as old as it is now and companies roamed the wastelands on a quest for those crucial backlinks that would give them higher rankings in the SERPs, an algorithm was born.
Created by the lawgivers of Google, this was an algorithm like no other. (Well not quite, but it does sound good, doesn’t it?) This avian lawman was to wander the vast wastelands of the web upon the backs of countless spiders, searching out spammy backlinks and those who would gather them in order to gain ranking. Continue reading
Google Chrome recently announced that starting in September, they are going to block flash from their browser. This is follow suite (albeit late) after Apple first announced it will no longer support flash years ago, and Android followed meaning the majority of your mobile browsers would not be able to view any website in flash at all. Adobe announced this past December that they will finally start killing off the Flash brand entirely, which means Flash is Officially Dead. And if Flash is officially dead, that means it’s terrible for SEO. Companies are scrambling to get web design quotes to convert their websites so they don’t lose their rankings. Continue reading
I’m preparing for a small presentation this afternoon with some local farmers about using Social Media to improve their marketing strategy, and I wanted to share some of these tidbits with our readers so you can make the most out of your social management with advice from legit social marketing companies.
Quite simply, Social Media is necessary for all businesses. Continue reading
At Misfit, we specialize in Wordpress development and customization. We love Wordpress, we relish and bathe in it. Because we also budget to provide small businesses with affordable web solutions, we also look for ways to assist small businesses in achieving their goals. Occasionally it’s difficult to explain to clients what their options are in terms of a website that is built the best possible way for their budget and brand. Continue reading