RECAP: Digital Dialogue EP 22: Back End

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On this weeks episode of Digital Dialogue we sat down with our senior developer here at Yelling Mule, Stan Tansi. Stan has been an integral member of our team here for the past 3.5 years and as we continue to explore the site development process here at Yelling Mule with insights from Stan about why Read the full article... Read More »

Developing a Website at Yelling Mule: Front End Design

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We sat down this week on Digital Dialogue with our creative director at Yelling Mule, Nicki. She has been the creative director for the last three years and is an absolute vital part of the team. Graphic designers are highly touted for their abilities to create visually stunning parts of sites but also to make Read the full article... Read More »

RECAP: Digital Dialogue EP 20: Social Media in Superbowl LIII

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On this weeks episode of Digital Dialogue we stepped away for the week from talking about the web development process at Yelling Mule. This week we are taking a look the social media metrics and trends that came during the Superbowl this past Sunday. We explore the various tactics employed by some of the biggest Read the full article... Read More »

Design Trends Visualized for 2019

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There is going to be a continued trend of innovative and exciting ways to ramp up your creative designs. Consumers are seeing more advertisements per day than ever before and in order to catch their eye you need have something that makes them stop scrolling. Adobe Spark recently released their list of the newest visual Read the full article... Read More »

Closing the Sale

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Having an efficient sales team is one of the cornerstones of any good company because the sales department makes over 80% of their company’s sales, according to statistics compiled by Propeller. Being able to close a deal with new clients is crucial to being a part of the team because it starts the whole process. Read the full article... Read More »

RECAP: Digital Dialogue EP 18: Closing The Sale

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This week on Digital Dialogue we sit down again with our VP of Sales Mike Arsenault to talk to him about the tactics he employs when closing a sale. This will be the first episode in which we take you through the process of developing a website at Yelling Mule through the eyes of the Read the full article... Read More »

RECAP: Digital Dialogue EP 17: The Basics of SEO

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You may have heard the term SEO but do you really know how important search engine optimization is for your website? This week on our episode of Digital Dialogue we go into a discussion about this very topic. First we discuss two social media stories: 1. Facebook released new call to action stickers to increase visits Read the full article... Read More »

The Coolest Apps Started by Our Fellow Bostonians: Seated

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How would you like to try high-quality restaurants in your area by making a reservation on an app… and how would you like to get a minimum $30 gift card to Starbucks, Uber, or Amazon (your choice!), for making this reservation? Now you can, with the Seated App, one of the coolest apps started by our fellow Bostonians. Read More »

Local Instagram Influencers: @Kerriaxelrod

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“Social media is a reflection of my life because I am, in some ways, my brand.” We’re all well-aware of the social media influencers: a group growing every day, filled with green-juice gurus, hardcore fitness enthusiasts, fashionistas, travel icons, and then, simply some super-talented photographers. Instagram has launched an era of ‘micro-celebrities,’ and these people Read the full article... Read More »

The Coolest Apps Started by Our Fellow Bostonians: EverDrive

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In the sixth installment of our “Coolest Apps” blog series, I spoke with Seth Birnbaum to discuss EverQuote’s app, EverDrive.  This app can help you become a safer driver, pay less for insurance, and potentially win a share of $50K in yearly prizes. As a 24-year-old Boston-based woman, I’m not exactly eligible for the lowest Read the full article... Read More »