Megan Marrs

Megan Marrs

Megan Marrs is a veteran content marketer who harbors a love for writing, watercolors, oxford commas, and dogs of all shapes and sizes. When she’s not typing out blog posts or crafting killer social media campaigns, you can find her lounging in a hammock with an epic fantasy novel.

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New Commands for Google Voice Search: It Doesn’t Get Much Lazier Than This

Google Voice Search now has new voice commands, letting users be lazier than ever. Learn all about Voice Search including how to use Google Voice Search to search Google.

How to Create Squeeze Pages: What Makes a Great Squeeze Page Design?

As its name suggests, there is an element of intentional yet subtle forcefulness involved in a squeeze page. Wondering how squeeze pages might help improve your business? We have all the details.

Creating Mobile Websites: Prepare Your Business for the Mobile Takeover

Your complete guide to mobile websites and mobile website design. In this article we discuss .mobi mobile sites, responsive design, examples of mobile sites, mobile design best practices, and more...

What Is Mobile Marketing & Why Does it Matter So Much?

What is mobile marketing and why is it essential for your marketing strategy? Read on to learn the major types of mobile marketing, mobile marketing stats, how mobile marketing works and why you can't afford to miss out on the mobile marketing trend.

Follow Links Vs. No Follow Links: Should You Care?

Those new to SEO might be wondering what all the hullabaloo is about follow links vs. no follow links. Confused? Not to worry, we’re going to clear it all up. We'll provide a bit of background about how most links work in the realm of SEO, and then dive headlong into follow vs. nofollow links.

The Complete Guide to Yelp Reviews: Getting, Removing & More

For local businesses like restaurants and salons, Yelp is an absolute must! Here's your complete business guide to using Yelp.

Banner Ads Are Back from the Dead: How Google Has Given Banner Ads New Life

Banner ads are largely seen these days as fossils from the internet’s dinosaur period, back when blinking text was cool and Angelfire sites were all the rage.

Predictive Search: Is This the Future or the End of Search?

Ever since Google introduced auto-complete in 2004, predictive search has become a welcome part of our internet interactions, helping us search faster, find results quicker, and discover answers to questions we didn’t even know we had.

12 Alternatives to Buying Pinterest Followers: Put Away Your Wallet, We’ve Got a Better Way

Still, in a world where the number of your followers and fans matters more than it should (says the person with less than 100 Pinterest followers), most savvy social media moguls long for as many follower notches on the Pinterest-bedpost as they can manage.