Digital ads provide businesses with customer reach, leads, and sales. If tagging didn’t exist, many companies would likely take a shotgun approach to buying ads—they would purchase as many as they could from various sources and hope to hit something (i.e., a customer).
As part of DMG Bluegill’s commitment to constant improvement, we are implementing test-driven development into our software development process. Test-driven development, or TDD for short, flips the traditional model of software development on its head. Writing code under the TDD model creates stronger scripts and reduces bugs later on.
For more than five years, DMG Bluegill agency partner, Gigmark, has lead the way in dynamic business communication. Gigmark takes a mundane flash drive and transforms it into a customizeable and updateable desktop portal for your brand. Historically, Gigmark has offered large, enterprise-level solutions with its proprietary software.
On September 27, 2013, Google released a rather monumental update to its algorithm known as “Hummingbird.” Although the update is almost two months old now, questions still pour in. For those whose focus is search engine optimization, here are the important highlights from the Google Hummingbird update: