Adam Bennett

Adam Bennett

Adam is the founder and president of Cube Creative Design.

Latest from Adam Bennett

  • Three reasons to keep your Joomla or Wordpress website upgraded

    Content Management Systems (CMS) are programs on which most websites run. This is special software that lets you edit pages and add content with very little technical knowledge. Using these programs comes at a price. While keeping the current version of a CMS like Wordpress or Joomla seems like the easier route, keeping outdated software comes with some risks.

  • 7 Questions to ask before rebranding

    At some point, a company will face rebranding, usually after a few years of finding a niche and target audience base that necessitates a change in look and feel. The process can be exciting, but without an understanding of the process, it can prove to be challenging if you don’t ask the right questions. Here are nine questions to answer when considering rebranding.

  • 5 Reasons Blogging is Vital for Small Businesses

    Though blogging was once primarily a vehicle for people to share stories and opinions from their personal lives, it has become an important part of marketing and relationship building for small businesses.

    Effective blogging can help your build trust with potential customers and provide and extra level of customer service for your existing clients. It is also an important tool for generating new content for SEO and social media. In this article, we will discuss fivereasons blogging is vital for small businesses. 

  • What Is SEO? What Isn't SEO?

    You have probably seen a small business that impressed you for doing well despite its location. We have all also seen businesses open and thought to ourselves, "I hope they make it, but that building is cursed." In some industries, location is everything. Though your location on the internet is not necessarily important, the principle remains, you want your small business to be visible to your potential clients.

  • Resolutions Your Business Should Make for 2017

    We are reaching the end of 2016, and in the haze of that butter-baked goods coma it is a good time to set goals for your business in 2017. What are some things you want for your business in the upcoming year? More sales leads? More conversions from potential customer to paying customer? A stronger relationship with existing customers? A better handle on your business reputation and brand?

    If the sugar crash has already hit and you’re looking for a pre-packaged set of resolutions wrapped up with a bow, keep reading.