Happy Thanksgiving! We are so grateful for another successful year during which we continued to expand our team and talent to provide innovative marketing and design solutions for our clients. Our company has grown this year including hiring a new employee, implementing internal systems that make our websites more safe & secure and pursuing several industry related certifications that elevate our expertise and service offerings to our clients.
We would like to thank each of you for your business! A special thanks goes out to all those who referred us to their colleagues, friends and family, thank you!
We hope you enjoy the holiday with your loved ones! So our team can enjoy time with theirs, we will be closed on Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving.
Lineberry Marketing is proud to announce that Jeff, Lizzy and Rebekah each achieved their Google Analytics Certification last week. This certification demonstrates a thorough understanding of how to collect data about your users’ experience on your site, configure and process that data, and create meaningful reports using that data. These reports provide insight as to how we can improve users website experience, increase traffic and generate more leads.
Lineberry Marketing is proud to announce that we have met the requirements necessary to become a Google Partner. By joining Google Partners, we now have insider access to the world of Google Adwords. Partners get to attend trainings and special events, get updated on changes to Adwords, and have access to industry research, exams & study materials.
Google has four requirements that need to be fulfilled before it will allow a business to be certified as a Google Partner.
Lineberry Marketing is excited to announce the addition of Raleigh native, Rebekah Werner to the team.
Certified in Google Adwords, Rebekah assists clients in gaining more exposure and leads online through the Google Adwords Advertising Program and also assists with Search Engine Optimization and other Digital Marketing campaigns.
Rebekah is a graduate of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at UNC-Chapel Hill and is married with three children.
“We are very excited to be growing the team here at Lineberry. Rebekah’s attitude and experience makes her a great addition to continue providing the best quality, service, and price to our clients. “ – Jeff Lineberry
Have you ever pulled up a website on your phone or tablet only to discover that the site you are looking at is a shrunk down version of what you would see on your computer? It may be hard to navigate, read, shop or contact the business. Responsive web design fixes this problem. With responsive design the website responds to the screen size it is being pulled up on whether that is a tablet, phone or computer, making the site easy to use across all devices.
Lineberry Marketing wishes all our clients a Happy 4th of July! With summer in full swing, we are busier than ever; in June we launched a record number of new websites, we took on several new and exciting marketing clients and are expanding the number of Raleigh web hosting clients we are serving. The first half of the year could not have gone better and we are very thankful to everyone involved in our success.
We hope you enjoy the time with family and friends on the 4th! We are officially closed on Friday, July 3rd to celebrate the holiday. As always, if you have any questions about our marketing, design or technical solution services, do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you! Continue reading
Recently I received an email from a client’s private email account with what appeared to be a Dropbox invite to view a PDF. Since I wasn’t expecting this email or file from our client my suspicions were raised. After emailing the client and asking if they had sent the email, which they hadn’t, I hovered my mouse over the button in the email that says, “Download PDF Here”. The link preview showed it went to a site other than Dropbox which clued me in further that this wasn’t a request from my client but indeed someone trying to gain account access information. This is what is often referred to as “phishing”.
By tricking you into entering your log in credentials on what you think is a normal log in screen for a site, they gather the username and password information. At a minimum this would allow someone into your Dropbox account and since many people use the same username/email and password for banking, email, social networks and others they can now use that information to access all of these accounts. Continue reading
In the spirit of giving thanks, we would like to extend a warm thank you to all of our clients. This is a special time of year, as we are spending time with family and friends, enjoying delicious food and expressing gratitude for all the success the year has brought for us and for our clients.
Lineberry Marketing is so grateful to be your choice for innovative design and marketing solutions. This season, we can’t help but reflect on the many websites launched, logos designed, successful marketing campaigns run, new business relationships formed and deepening relationships with current clients. It has been an incredible year and we look forward to finishing the year strong and seeing what 2015 has to bring.
From our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving!
Owner of Lineberry Marketing, Jeff Lineberry, was recently quoted in an American Express Open Forum article discussing when to do a re-design of your company website. He mentions easy ways to tell if you are due for a website design update, including checking out how the site pulls up on a smart phone or tablet and if your company’s services are up to date.
Please read the excerpt below and click the image to read the entire article. If you have a friend or colleague that is looking to do a redesign, this information might be helpful to them so feel free to share the article. Continue reading
The News & Observer recently highlighted comments from Lineberry Marketing regarding webrooming, a new internet phenomena where people are researching products online and then going to a local store to make a purchase. The internet used to be percieved as taking business away from the local market but now it actually supplements the research prior to a local purchase. Great news all around for local small companies and businesses who are now taking advantage of the internet to increase revenue.