How to Create Engaging and Lasting Digital Marketing Content
The goal is not to trick an algorithm into temporarily accepting subpar content but to produce quality content that will continue to meet the demands of your users.
Two Approaches to Virtual Reality Marketers Need to Pay Attention To
Virtual Reality (VR) is an emerging medium through which fabricated experiences can be conveyed to a degree unmatched by flat media.
10 B2B Content Marketing Trends to Watch in 2018
B2B companies are seeing the impact of content marketing campaigns, with those campaigns becoming the norm for gaining leads that convert to customers.
3 Reasons Why Your Content Strategy Should Be Backed by SEO
To have the most impact, a solid content strategy needs a foundation supplemented by relevant key terms.
5 Tips for Marketing to Low Attention Spans
How can your message break through in less time than ever? These tips will help you grab that limited attention before it slips away.
3 Signs You Should Build Your Site From the Ground Up
Before you build a new website (especially a custom solution!), make sure you scrutinize your business goals, ideal audience, and problems to be solved.
Sustainable SEO in 5 Steps: Avoiding SEO Pitfalls
It’s time to help business owners and marketing directors spot the difference between SEO hacks and the many experienced content marketers who do it right.
5 Bad Content Marketing Habits (and How to Kick Them)
As the digital world becomes more focused on content than ever, you should make sure you're kicking content marketing habits that can hurt your goals.
10 Signs You Need a Website Overhaul
And what you can do when overhauling your website to create a long lasting and engaging digital product.
How to Create Content for Yourself
At Mostly Serious, we know content is a vital part of any brand, but lack of content is the most common problem we see at our digital agency.
CoxHealth Launches New Responsive Website Crafted by Mostly Serious
Mostly Serious redesigned and rebuilt the 600-page CoxHealth website, implementing responsive design, convenient interactive features and intuitive search functionality.
How These 3 Habits Helped Me Master My Workflow
At Mostly Serious, my love of spreadsheets, to-do lists and general tidiness causes my co-workers to occasionally compare me to Leslie Knope. I'm not complaining.
The Tricks to a Well-Oiled Social Media Machine
These pieces of advice make for a great foundational perspective; a few minutes of research or your innate business sense can take care of the rest.
Digital Solutions Agency Mostly Serious Expands Capacity
After selecting two additional software developers, the company has increased its capacity for interactive design and development projects during 2016.
What We Learned in 5 Years: Looking Back on Mostly Serious's Evolution
Five years can be a long time. It can also be an incredibly fast, blink-of-an-eye stress ball of hard work, laughs, and whiskey.
Mostly Serious Celebrates Five Years Providing Marketing Solutions
The custom ecommerce development and design agency has produced award-winning interactive and experienced steady growth since its founding in October 2010.
How to Market to the Millennial Generation
Here's a crash course on how to coast your way to increased sales with this narcissistic, lazy, entitled, broke, selfie-loving generation.
Social Media Management Platforms I Actually Use (and Love!)
In this article, our Director of Content Strategy, Molly, sums up her favorite social media management platforms and how they changed her workflow.
Choosing to Flourish: Finding Happiness in A Chaotic World
"When we take time to notice the things that go right — it means we’re getting a lot of little rewards throughout the day. " — Martin Seligman
Crowdfunding Site Helps Raise $1 Million for Nonprofits in 24 Hours
Mostly Serious designed and developed the responsive website for Give Ozarks, which raised $1,021,160 for local nonprofits.
10 Reasons Mostly Serious Chose Springfield, MO
This is a top 10 list of why our President, Jarad Johnson, personally chose to stay in Springfield—from the entirely logical to the absurdly emotional.
The Modern Cavewoman: Thoughts on Gender Roles in Everyday Tasks
Last weekend I changed my car battery without asking someone of the opposite sex for help. Woman has evolved! Okay, so it’s really not that dramatic.
The Two Corners of Unsolicited Redesigns
The split between designers who post unsolicited redesigns and those who wish they wouldn’t.