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User Experience Tips: Make Finding Things Easy!

The other day I received a catalog from The Company Store, and what did I see on the cover? Penguins. This was kind of a big deal because my wife and I have been Penguin fans for years. So, I

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Fresh-Brewed Small Business Spotlight: Amanda Weedmark

In this installment of our Small Business Spotlight series, we’ll be highlighting Amanda Weedmark, an artist and small business owner I originally came across on Instagram. I was instantly struck by Amanda’s design sensibility, and ability to create compelling art that

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How to Write a Book, Part 3: Organize Your Images

When I began writing my book, A Holistic Guide to Online Marketing, I knew it would have a lot of images because visual examples add clarity to complex methodologies like SEO, user experience and conversion. What I didn’t realize was

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Analog User Experience: The (Sometimes) Simple Act of Opening a Door

Have you done much thinking about the user experience (UX) of doors? Unless you’re a UX expert, probably not. That said, have you ever walked up to a door and pushed (or pulled) — and the door didn’t budge? I’m

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Design Talk with Cuppa SEO: Peace Coffee Packaging

Which coffee packaging do you like best? The one on the left is the former Peace Coffee packaging, while the one on the right is their new, drastically different packaging. The new, minimalist packaging harkens to a design philosophy that

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Fresh-Brewed Small Business Spotlight: WeberMarketing

In this installment of our Small Business Spotlight series, we’ll be highlighting Sarah Hurley, owner of WeberMarketing. Sarah is a marketing strategist & multi-channel marketing guru who helps organizations grow — and get organized with their marketing efforts. When we’ve

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Fresh-brewed Small Business Spotlight: Story Supply Co.

I like notebooks and I can not lie … … which is why we’ve started highlighting American-made pocket notebook companies like Field Notes, and now Story Supply Co., on the Cuppa SEO blog. In case you’re not familiar, our spotlight series

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How to Write a Book, Part 2: Start by Blogging

There are many ways to write a book. But you may be wondering, “what’s the best way?” Well, the answer to that question is as unique as you. In other words, there is no silver bullet answer, no best way

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How to Write a Book, Part 1: Patience, Patience, Patience …

Writing a book can accomplish many things. It can help you help others, express yourself, enjoy a sense of accomplishment, and be perceived as a thought-leader in your industry — to name just a few of the perks. But none

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What is the Color of Now?

Does the present moment have a color? If so, what is it? Is it affected by our emotions, thoughts, and/or the body’s physical condition? Or is it always the same color, but appears different to us depending on what we’re

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