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2013 in Review: Healthcare .gov

In the first video of our 2013 Year-in-Review series, Dave Skorepa and Matt Mesenger discuss what went wrong with the initial launch of Healthcare.gov. Continue…

Aztek: The Awkward Teen Years with Agile Web Design

Agile web design & development techniques have proven themselves to provide a better outcome for your project, time frames, and budget. Continue…

5 Stages of Website Grief

Learn the stages of website grief and how an effective content strategy can help you move on from a poorly performing website. Continue…

The Benefits of Responsive Web Design

Learn how consumer buying behavior is driving the charge for companies to have a more responsive, user-focus website. Continue…

4 Ways Paid Ads Help Your Organic Content Marketing Strategy

Learn how an effective pay-per-click campaign can work with a content strategy to attract and close more transactional visitors. Continue…

14 Design Resources We are Thankful For

Design resources used by Aztek's creative team to help them create websites that attract users and accomplish business objectives. Continue…

7.5 Content Marketing Resources We are Thankful For

Learn the resources Aztek's web marketing team uses to help develop and deliver content that achieves our partner's business objectives. Continue…

Content Management Systems: Which One is Just Right for Your Business?

Learn how to select the best content management system for your website. Continue…

Stop trying to get everything above the fold. Seriously.

"You can't put 10 pounds of sugar in a 5 pound sack" as they say (only the way I learned it, it wasn't sugar in the sack). Yet, over and over we see organizations fruitlessly trying to get every Continue…

6 Ways to Beat Zombie Content

How to overcome "zombie" or self-serving content with educational, engaging information your audience wants to devour. Continue…

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