Google Lens uses your phone’s camera to provide you with search results without typing or speaking. For now, it is particularly useful for immediate price comparison in stores and storing information. Google Lens has gone live or is about to, on Pixel phones in the US, UK, Australia, Canada, India, and Singapore (in English). Read More
There are always new terms to describe the latest updates and trends in the marketing world. The ones that are the most important (aka, they’ll be used a lot in 2018) are listed below. As you might assume, they are pretty much all related to mobile in some way or another. Read More
Did you know that 40% of web users will abandon a site if it takes longer than three seconds to load? You’ve probably done this yourself. In a culture where we need everything now, on our phones, within a few seconds, it is becoming mandatory for sites to be mobile responsive if they want to stay afloat in the digital ocean. Luckily for you, Turn The Page is always on the cutting edge and we proudly offer beautiful mobile-first website design.
Let’s take a quick look at what a mobile-first site can do for you and how we set them up. Read More
Advertising and marketing companies have been slowly shifting to buying the majority of digital advertising through automated software. One challenge is the lack of mobile tools, currently, we have very limited options away from a desktop or work computer. Well, Adobe has created what will hopefully be the antidote to our modern woes. Read More
What Are Google Posts?
This is a feature that allows people and businesses to showcase custom content with a specific call to action directly on Google from their Google My Business account. These posts will appear highly ranked in Google search results for their names. Read More
Recently, Turn The Page Online Marketing hired three new interns for various positions around the office, and we couldn’t be happier with them. In fact, we love our interns so much, we decided to tell you about them! Read on to learn a little about our three new bestest friends. Read More
An essential part of any business, especially an online company, is creating an environment that potential customers trust and feel comfortable and confident making purchases on. Customer trust and loyalty are what makes SSL certificates so important. As a bonus, sites with SSL certificates get bumped up in Google search rankings. Read More
Both brick and mortar and online retailers are beginning their gear up for the holidays. You probably imagine a cartoon toy store manager nervously pulling at his collar with a group of adults shoving and holding money in the air. Not quite. Though, surely that frenzy still exists out in the retailer ethos — Tickle Me Elmo, last year’s Hatchimals, and Turbo Man from the seminal classic Jingle All the Way being obvious examples — a large percentage of consumers order products online. You can get your holiday shopping done in a few hours, while your other half bakes cookies and brings you hot chocolate cough *wine* cough.
So, where is this blog going? Where everything else goes… Facebook. Read More
The wise and honorable Chinese philosopher Lao Tsu once stated that “the journey of 1,000 miles begins with a single step.” This quotation seems to summarily articulate an axiom of the human condition; great accomplishments start with humble beginnings. Unbeknownst to most, this passage is merely an excerpt of its original entirety. Historically, Lao Tsu’s words have been truncated by authors and university professors in order to create a more generically applicable aphorism relating to the challenges of achieving success. Read More
We all know a business doesn’t blossom overnight. Once the signs are up and the staff is hired you can’t just sit around waiting for customers to walk in the door. Your first thought is probably to start advertising but there are a few steps before that. These steps will help you no matter whether you own a small business or franchise, or whether or not you have a marketing team working with you. Read More