Chad Treadway

Latest posts by Chad Treadway

Chad is our business development manager. He will help you survey your business needs, ensuring you are educated on your options before suggesting any solution. Chad also has several certifications through HubSpot to better assist you with your internet and inbound marketing.

  • Cultivating your Evergreen Content Potential

    Do you wonder why in some search results, old pages tend to show up at the top even though they are relatively old? Aren’t we told that we should keep our content fresh to stay on top of search engine results?

  • Content Curation is King

    We’ve heard the phrase “content is king.” It makes perfect sense: people want information before they make decisions or form opinions. So where does this content originate? What happens if you’re not a writer or particularly good at marketing? What happens when your audience tunes you out?

    Larger companies may have the resources to invest in an in-house content champion. Whether they are labeled as marketing, advertising, public relations or communications experts, they are all a form of content champion. Smaller companies may not have the resources to bring on an extra man, and this content champion is often the person who has a few moments at the end of a busy day to maybe give it a thought or two.

    Regardless of whether you have the manpower to create your own branded content, there is a content bottleneck that prevents content from getting to customers as fast as you’d like. The top 4 challenges (from a 2014 B2B Content Marketing Institute) are a lack of time, inability to produce enough, inability to produce the right kind of content and a lack of budget.

  • Successful business branding in print and online

    If you’re going to spend the money to brand your business – and yes, you should spend the money to brand your business – it seems logical that you could then use that branding across different media platforms, right?

    Right! However there are some caveats to consider. When done well, cross-platform branding can make your business look and perform well. Done inappropriately, it can cripple your business potential.

    Let’s start at the beginning. Your business brand, according to Entrepreneur, is your promise to your customer. It conveys what can be expected and how your business is different than others. It isn’t just a logo or a color scheme. It is your business “voice,” from the tone of written communication to visual images.

    Here are five tips to successfully translating your print brand to an online brand.

  • Budgeting for Your Web Future

    Budgeting for the future is a great way to ensure your business stays relevant in a changing online environment. While it isn’t necessary to keep up with every web design trend, it is a good idea to budget for future maintenance.

    Here are 5 things to plan for when budgeting for future website maintenance. Be sure to talk to your web developer to get an estimate of what these common maintenance tasks will cost.

  • Mayday! Avoiding and Correcting Main Menu Mistakes

    Quick: What is the most important navigational element on your website? No, it isn’t the creepy pirate animated GIF pointing to content. It is your main menu.

    The main menu serves a critical function on your website: It helps users find all the other content.  A poorly designed main menu can be detrimental to your website and your business.

    Here are a few major mistakes to avoid with your website’s main menu: