Webstop Basic sites have a standard template, a location page with 1 map and a location list, and up to 3 custom pages. We can upload a static image of the weekly circular or you may choose to upload a pdf of your ad circular yourself.

Brick Banner sites have a standard template, a location page with 1 map and a location list, and up to 3 custom pages. Weekly circulars are clickable and interactive.

Brick Custom sites have a choice of templates with more flexibility. They include unlimited location and custom pages with additional features. Weekly circulars are clickable and interactive.

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What to do? Evolving Your Traditional Marketing

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With all the different ways of marketing to consumers these days, retailers sometimes have a hard time knowing where to spend their money. We all know that as the options for marketing expand, the amount of money to spend on…

List of January content ideas to attract customers to your website by using keywords

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Do you watch the AWG Freshen Up Videos? Great seasonal content ideas for your website is just waiting to be discovered using the information mentioned on this January Merchandising Video. Review the custom pages on your website to see if you can...
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Mobile Phone Website Shortcuts

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I’ve talked to a couple of our retailers lately who have asked for a way for customers to create a shortcut on their mobile phones that take them straight to the store’s website. The shortcut appears on the phone’s home…

Sharlyn’s 2016 Web Content Awards

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The holidays are over and it’s January. Not much to look forward to until the awards shows… but hey! I’m currently working on converting two websites from nine years ago to our new website platforms. Nine years ago we didn’t have…

The Impact of Social on Search

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Someone asks you a question and you don’t know the answer. What do you do? Like millions of others, you pull out your phone and you find your preferred search engine. You type in keywords related to the information in…

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KC IABC – Enhancing the Digital Experience: The Redesign and Relaunch of cerner.com

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Throughout 2016, Cerner’s marketing team was on a journey to relaunch cerner.com. Sarah Bond, Director of Brand & Digital Experience at Cerner, shared at the KC IABC October meeting the research, strategy and steps the team worked through to complete…

WordCamp KC 2016

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While attending WordCamp KC 2016, I picked up a few tips, mainly about security and SEO fundamentals. When creating a password, use at least 12 characters. A simple but long password is more secure than a complex but short password….

We all should pay a little more attention to style…

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Modern Layouts: Getting Out of Our Ruts by Jen Simmons—An Event Apart video from An Event Apart on Vimeo. Watching this video literally made my mouth water. Jen Simmons is right. Web Designers have made so many design compromises since responsive…

Star Trek gadgets could work today with an open mind

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“3D printed food you can eat,” makes me think of the “replicator” in Star Trek. The Replicator seemed like a magical device with the ability to make something out of nothing. I had forgotten the Replicator used technology from the transporter. This means…

What should you put in a new or redesigned website?

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As a Web Designer, I would say my most difficult task is getting content from our stores. I get it. I don’t like to write either. It’s a challenge finding time to collect your thoughts and put them on paper….