Happy New Year: The Best of red vine’s Blogposts in 2013

With 2014 approaching, we like to look back at all the goodness of 2013. With that, here are the most popular posts of 2013: The Power of Going Viral Online: One Designer’s Quest to Make a Difference After the Boston Marathon Tragedy How to Keep Multiple Divs Inline When Browser is Resized: The Nowrap, Responsive…

The Best 2013 SEO Holiday Posts

Happy Holidays! SEOs are notoriously excellent for posting gems around the holidays and this year was no exception! Enjoy these posts: The 12 Days of SEO Christmas: A fun (and geeky) SEO version of the 12 days of Christmas. An SEO Christmas Carol: Another SEO song to get you in the spirit of the season!…

3 Simple SEO Rules Everyone Needs to Know

Search Engine Optimization. It’s been around for a while now (since “a while” in Internet terms means over a year). No matter what business you’re in, you’ve probably heard of SEO. When SEO first became a legitimate “thing,” there were certain steps you could take to optimize your website. You could use meta-keywords, cover text…

Danbury, Connecticut Web Services: Web Design/Development to Copywriting to Blog/Social Consulting

Whether you need your website refreshed, your web copy updated, or you need help figuring out with the heck Twitter is all about, we’ve got you covered. That’s right, we’ve got it all. red vine is a full service web shop that can cater any of our services to your business’s needs. If you need…

New from Facebook Ads: Target Your Customers the Right Way

Recently, Facebook updated their ads section to really target what you’re trying to accomplish. We think the change is great…what do you think?! Page post engagement: Create ads that boost your posts and increase likes, comments, shares, video plays and photo views. Page likes: Create ads to build your audience on Facebook. Clicks to website: Create…

Facebook Fun: Your 2013 Year in Review

Every year around the holidays, Facebook launches its “Year in Review.” In it, Facebook shares your 20 biggest events of the year. What it’s really doing is pulling in the posts with the most likes, but is a pretty cool way to relive your year. Start by either 1) going to your Facebook profile page…