These little appetizers are great for before dinner hors d’oeuvres or even a cocktail party. You might at first glance think it's too fancy for a Super Bowl party, but what about us girls that get bored and want to play cards, drink champagne (or what the heck - an ice cold martini), and eat good stuff while keeping an eye on the game? Perfect! Or what about those that have Oscar parties? Top these blinis with a little caviar and you may feel like a red carpet star too.
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These articles will help you to understand and keep up with the major marketing stories that could have an impact on your dental marketing.
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The second half of 2014 brought some exciting new additions to Roadside’s product offerings: Responsive Dental Websites. We are so excited to be making these mobile, tablet, and desktop-friendly sites for our clients, new and returning. Here are my top three favorite sites from 2014:
We are extremely excited to start off 2015 with building only responsive dental websites - AKA websites of the future! If you haven’t heard, a responsive website adapts automatically to any device it’s viewed on, such as mobile, tablet, or desktop. This gives the user access to the website on all platforms, making it user-friendly and increasing traffic.
In just the last three months of 2014, we had the honor to strategize, build, and launch about 20 responsive websites. As project manager for several of these sites, I'd like to share three of the best dental websites of the year:
Creating a successful brand online depends on a number of factors. Not only do you need to produce amazing content and a target audience, but you also need a paid social amplification strategy.
Paid social amplification uses advanced targeting techniques to help brands reach their target audience and improve their visibility online. Regardless of how strong your organic social following is, your business can benefit from paid social advertisements. Paid social amplification simply increases your exposure to a larger audience and helps you target niche followers.
Welcome to the first edition of Roadside Roundup for 2015. It has been another busy week, but never fear, for Roadside is here. We have scoured the web to bring the top inbound marketing news stories that will matter to you.
These articles will help your practice to understand and keep up with the major stories that could have an impact on your dental marketing.
As your dental marketing company, we want to thank you for an amazing year! We've loved working with you in 2014 and look forward to 2015.
Please note our adjusted hours of operation for these upcoming dates:
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Welcome to this week’s edition of Roadside Roundup. It has been another busy week for inbound marketing news, but never fear, for Roadside is here. We have scoured the web to bring the top news stories that will matter to you.
These articles will help your dental practice to understand and keep up with the major marketing stories that could have an impact on your dental marketing.
Many clients ask why our dental websites are not compatible with Internet Explorer 8 (IE8). Put simply, we create websites built for the future, not the past. We believe it’s more important to ensure your website meets the needs of the vast majority of users instead of worrying about accommodating outdated technology.
There are a couple of interesting facts to note that have led us to this decision:
One of my favorite all time things to do is spend time with my 14-year-old niece. This only happens a few times a year when I fly back to Michigan for a family visit. When I’m there, I always ask her what she wants to do and she invariably says COOK! We are much alike as you can tell. In fact, when she was still using a stool to get up to the counter to help me with a recipe her taste and insight was amazing. One time we whipped up a vinaigrette and sampled it together. I knew something was missing and she suggested more salt and pepper. Ha, she was spot-on!
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