Social Media Facts & Statistics

Has the reign of social media come to an end? Are people fleeing Facebook and turning off Twitter? Should my business follow them?

Every day a new rumor circulates about social media coming to an end, but these statistics show that this is not be the case...

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We’re at it again! Proclaim earns silver W3 awards

We’re thrilled to win a silver W3 award for web design. The W3 Awards are a prestigious, nationwide competition judged by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA). Academy members include executives from organizations such as Microsoft, Disney, HBO and MTV.

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What Are Your Favorite Super Bowl Ads? Our Staff Weighs In

In 1967, a Super Bowl commercial “only” cost $42,000. In 2016, that price skyrocketed to $5 million for a 30-second ad. For you math whizzes out there, that’s roughly $166,666 a second.  With such a hefty price tag, ad agencies feel intense pressure to raise the bar every year. The goal isn’t just to create an effective ad---the ad must be memorable enough to stand the test of time. These ads should be the target of Google searches long after the championship game has ended. Here are some of the most popular picks from our staff, why we like them and links to the commercials.

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'Twas the Night Before Christmas: Blog Topics for Holidays

The holidays are a busy time for everyone, but it is still important to keep your blog current. Enjoy this eloquent rendition of a classic Christmas poem, featuring Holiday blog ideas...

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The Meanings Behind your Favorite Logos

Logo design takes careful thought, business intelligence and, of course, a healthy dose of creativity. Here the hidden symbols and meanings behind a few famous logos...

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How Your Dental Practice Can Get Stellar Reviews

Let's be frank: Most people do not like going to the dentist. It's nothing personal, but you’re tasked with providing excellent 5- star service to people who—in all honesty—would probably not be in a dental chair if given a choice. Getting positive reviews isn’t as simple as following a recipe—there are several factors that work together to create and maintain a great brand reputation. However, these four principles lie at the heart of each marketing and reputation building strategy.


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Can Ebooks Help Your Marketing Effort? Five Points to Consider

It’s no surprise that search engine giants like Google frown upon thin online content. The trend is now toward “fat” content, extensive quality content that includes videos, white papers and infographics and now, even ebooks. Google likes fat content because it demonstrates quality content that is of interest to searchers. Ebooks are a perfect tool to enhance your content marketing strategy. We offer the following five points to consider...

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Scary Marketing Stories: Don’t Let This Happen to You!

Marketing failures cause goosebumps worse than any Stephen King movie. Without a solid marketing strategy in place, your revenue could be as lifeless as a zombie. For this Halloween, we'd like to share some scary marketing stories, and even more important, how you can avoid frightening problems that can spook clients. So take a seat near the campfire, and we'll begin...

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Five Things to Include on Your Website

Remember the early days of web design, where, multiple scrollbars, moving graphics and neon text were the standard fare?  Websites have come a long way. Now, they feature high-quality images, clean design and are mobile responsive. However, although web design has come a long way, a clean, beautiful website still doesn’t guarantee a conversion.

Having a web presence isn’t enough. You need five vital components on your site to ensure that your well-designed masterpiece generates leads and reinforces your brand. Read about them here.

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Six Awesome Writing and Grammar Tools You Should Be Using

Nothing screams unprofessional like a blatant grammatical error or typo on your website, press release or blog. It can happen to anyone, even English majors with an A+ average. While basic spelling and grammar checks are standard with almost all word processing programs, sometimes, you need an extra boost, especially if you’re cranking out large amounts of copy. Read on for a few useful grammar and writing tools you should consider using.

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