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Posted by Paul Regensburg on Nov 15, 2016 1:00:00 PM

How to Make a Relevant B2B Web Design or How to Make a B2B Web Design Relevant

When was the last time you saw a B2B website that really impressed you? A site that captured your imagination or one whose mix of the written word and visual language took you on a journey that caused you to take an action? If you have an answer to that, please comment on this post and include the URL. I will gladly post these examples in a subsequent post.

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Posted by Paul Regensburg on Jul 26, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Top Five Ways to Use Animated Video for Storytelling on your B2B Website

Most marketers seek interactive ways to capture their prospects and customers attention, which is why we're seeing such an explosion of video and animated video content on the web and in social media. 

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Posted by Paul Regensburg on Jul 19, 2016 1:00:00 PM

When to use a Fullscreen Background Video for your Website

When our clients ask about using video as a background for their websites, I tell them that if the video contributes to their overall message, it can be useful to communicate a lot of information quickly.

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Posted by Paul Regensburg on Jun 29, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Five Ways to Build a Strong B2B Brand Identity Through Your Website

 B2B brands don't have retail outlets and many do not have eCommerce capabilities. The website is often the #1 tool for building brand identity and for marketing. When creating a B2B website, internal resources are often stretched to the max, yet the urgency for the website to build brand awareness remains strong. To apply limited time and resources for the best results, consider these five tips:

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Tags: website / brand / brand identity
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Posted by Paul Regensburg on May 12, 2016 12:30:00 PM

Think You Need a New B2B Website? Think Again...

Am I nuts?! Why would I, the owner of a web design and marketing agency say that? Am I trying to make a fine distinction about the word "need?" Or is it just a provocative headline?

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Tags: web design
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