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Justify the Cost of Logo Design with the Value of Your Brand

So, what does a logo design cost and how is that justified through the value the logo design brings to your brand? FliteHaus has been designing and developing logos for clients since we opened our Orlando advertising agency in 1994. Read on to better understand the cost/value relationship in logo design.

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By Marcus Burnette on July 13, 2011

Can I Include a Form in an Email?

Ever consider adding a form to an HTML email? Well, based on our research – it’s not the best idea. In fact, very few email clients will support a form inside of an email. Read on to see our research and handy comparison chart of which email clients do and don’t support forms.

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By Marcus Burnette on June 20, 2011

The Importance of Sharing Knowledge

In today’s world, it’s all about the mighty dollar. That can lead to some great innovative new creations, but it can also lead to the safe-keeping of every trade’s secrets. While there certainly are things every company should keep to itself, it’s important to be able to share bits of knowledge for those interested in becoming the next [insert your company name here].

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By Marcus Burnette on March 18, 2011

Which Social Media Channel is Right for Me?

Let’s face it, social media networking is now an important part of everyday life, whether it’s just you and your friends or your business and its clients. The internet is everywhere and everyone needs to know what you’re doing. Even if you just made yourself a tuna salad sandwich.

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By Marcus Burnette on December 8, 2010

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When Should On-Page SEO be Done?

So the question is, “When should on-page SEO be done?” – whenever possible on-page SEO (such as tailoring urls, page titles, content etc) should be done during the early development of your website. Like to learn a bit more about who, what, why and when? Read on!

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By Jay Rieckmann on November 23, 2010

Web Design is About the User, Not the Client

If you’re a client, this is a tough pill to swallow, but the most important thing about your website (or any piece of work for that matter) is your user aka potential customer.

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By Marcus Burnette on November 19, 2010