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We provide thorough, safe & productive search engine optimization services. Whether you need a content strategy, a complete on-page overhaul or an effective link-building solution, we have you covered. Get the most of your website with Thinkit Media SEO.

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Your customers use social media, do you? We provide results-based social media marketing services to connect you with your audience. Social profile engagement, reputation management, blog development…there is a lot to do. Let us help!

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Does your website need a facelift? We provide custom web design services including site design, logo creation, platform migration, web hosting. and more. You want a website that looks as good as it performs, and we can help. Call us today!

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A Look Over Our Shoulders in SEO and What to Expect

Posted by Ron Wicker on Feb 29, 2016

A Look Over Our Shoulders in SEO and What to Expect We’ve had another great year at Thinkit Media with advancing the art of ethical search engine optimization. Helping clients see sustainable results from their hard work makes us happy! Needless to say, Google is the 800-pound gorilla that leads all other search engines in bloody rampages against questionable practices and sub-optimal website design. Our own SEO toolkit already stands out for its effective, straightforward techniques that increase traffic and profits while showing deep respect for our clients and their website visitors, but it’s always a good idea to keep a close eye on the gorilla’s mood swings. Let’s take a look at what happened in 2015 and what’s likely to happen in 2016. An Eventful Year for Mobile Computing In early February, many industry observers saw large, unpredictable fluctuations in Google’s results for major classes of keywords, but the search giant’s spokespeople remained tight-lipped about the meaning of these phantom changes. After some speculation on possible e-commerce and mobile-computing optimizations, life went on for SEO experts and webmasters. In mid-April, Google decided to strengthen its support for mobile-friendly computing. The company’s algorithmic updates slammed mobile-device results for millions of websites that Google’s back-room wizards saw as still being too focused on fuddy-duddy desktop platforms. Unsurprisingly, website owners all over the planet panicked over the potential for large traffic losses. However, Google’s spokespeople made it plain that the company still placed primary importance on seeing high-quality content for all platforms. Furthermore, Google pointed out its online tools for helping laggard webmasters upgrade their sites to responsive mobile designs that...

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The Benefits of Making Your Website Mobile Ready

Posted by Ron Wicker on Jun 29, 2015

So, you have had a website for a while, and are pretty proud of it. You have made a few changes over the years and consider yourself someone who keeps up with the times, so you know that you need to move your site to the next level. What is that level? Making your site mobile friendly (and tablet friendly.) When making that decision, there are two options to consider. Either you try to adapt your site to fit the small screen of most mobile devices, or you hire someone to build you an app that can be downloaded and accessed by the general public. While an app may seem like the popular way to go at first, there are some benefits to making your website ready for most smartphones and tablets that you may want to consider first. What does it mean? When making your website ready for smartphones (or to make it more tablet friendly), you are basically taking your site and allowing it to quickly and easily display on most devices. Making your site mobile ready makes it easier to read and navigate for your users, allowing for minimal scrolling and a more responsive design for their device. Using Flash is also avoided, since some tablets do not support it. Why is this important? On April 21st, Google began using a new algorithm update that impacted mobile search results. Nicknamed “mobilegeddon,” this update allows mobile-friendly websites to be ranked higher in search results than those which are non-mobile. So the first benefit of making your site optimized for mobile devices would be that you would allow...

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Web Design in 2015

Posted by Ron Wicker on Jan 19, 2015

As time marches on, web design and technology continually make giant strides toward simplicity and better user experiences. While there are current trends in web design that will be around for a long time to come, others won’t exist in as little as a year from now. These are just a few of the current and future trends for web design, as well as ones that have already made their way out. Current Trends Responsive design is argued to be one of the most influential trends in web design to date, and there are plenty of reasons why. Responsive design creates a more flexible user experience for website visitors, regardless of the platforms they’re viewing from It’s predicted that responsive design will continue to stick around for a long time to come. Right now, simplicity is also a monumental trend. Websites that utilize large, vibrant backgrounds behind minimal overlay content are very popular. Additionally, transparent/ghost buttons are being used heavily in conjunction with these types of sites due to their flexibility. Websites with card/tile layouts are quite a hit at this point in time. Pinterest is a vast online presence that utilizes this layout, and many more entities are beginning to adopt it. It promotes better organization of content, and it enhances the user’s ability to quickly scan through information. Growing Trends Typography is already a valuable asset to any website, but it will only continue to grow in popularity as 2015 marches on. At one time, typography set kits were expensive to purchase, but they have become more affordable with time. This type of design element adds personality...

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