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Anna Anderson

About Anna Anderson

Anna is Art Unlimited's Co-Owner and Online Marketing Project Manager, bringing businesses powerful online solutions.

September 2018

How AMP Boosts Your Roofing Website

Welcome to the digital age, where information can be transported across the planet and back in seconds, card catalogs are cute things of the past, and microwaves annoy us because making a bowl of Ramen can’t be finished fast enough. […]

July 2018

How to Spot Fake Domain Renewals In 3 Steps

As a business we get a lot of letters and calls telling us to renew our domain name. Companies will try to tell us that if we don’t renew our domain name with them, they will take it down and remove it from the internet, taking down your website with it. If you own, manage, answer phone calls, or open mail at a business, you've probably encountered this, too. What is a Fake Domain Renewal? Fake domain renewals come in a rainbow of colors, styles, and forms. We want to [...]

May 2017

How to Take the Best Photo for Your Social Media

How to Capture the Best Social Media Photo Taking pictures for social media can be intimidating, but knowing how to capture your photo can actually make a huge impact on the final result of your image. Here are 7 tips to keep in mind when trying to capture the best photo for social media:  […]

March 2017

November 2015

5 Great Blog Ideas for Tourism Websites

Running a resort is a full time job – and then some.  Most resort owners in rural areas are faced with the challenge of having to wear several hats: business manger, HR, maintenance, and marketing manager.  Because of this surplus of responsibility, it can be difficult to take time to strategize new approaches to your online marketing.   […]

October 2015

Top 5 Ways to Waste Your Company’s Time

We work with a lot of companies who are entrepreneurs with incredibly successful online marketing programs.  As we continue to delve into the nitty gritty components of what makes a business tick, we have found that there are 5 major time wasters that every office seems to be affected by. […]

How to Know if Your Website Needs a Redesign

Many companies with functioning websites wonder cringe when their programming or marketing team mentions the word “redesign.” In truth, companies with large budgets might enjoy the prestige of featuring the latest web design trends on their sites. But, for smaller companies, the cost-vs-ROI must be carefully weighed before making an investment of that magnitude.  Of course, in today’s age, there is one giant elephant in everyone’s marketing room: mobile responsive design. […]

May 2015

4 Great Blog Ideas for Your Roofing Company

Most roofing contractors I know do not have time to write their own blogs.  Many hire office staff to do the work for them.  Some do carve out time to do it themselves.  The fact is that coming up with unique, valuable blog posts can be extremely difficult – especially on a busy schedule.  […]

Do You Have What it Takes to Be Successful?

Small business owners have one of the most challenging jobs available in modern America. To be one, you must be a self-starter, an entrepreneur.  You must have a vision and an ongoing strategy for achieving goals.  The question is: do you have what it takes to be successful? […]

April 2015

6 Secrets for Marketing Resorts

The travel industry will always exist. Unfortunately, there is no guarantee that any one destination will remain at the top of the list. The economy, societal trends, and transportation fluctuations all have a big impact on where the people will and will not choose to go for this year’s travel season.  So, the challenge is set out for you.  Here are 6 tourist-attracting secrets that will help you keep your resort booked all season long.  […]

Top 5 Small Resort Marketing Tips from Big Brands

There are so many tools available for online marketing these days, it’s hard to know what works!  So we decided to pick out 5 small resort marketing tips from Big Name Brands that can be easily translated into extremely successful strategies in the travel industry. […]

December 2014

The Impact of Online Reviews on a Business – Part 2

In the first half of our reviews segment we learned that local reviews are just an extension of word of mouth marketing. It is a permanent record of the consumers’ thoughts of your business, much like social media.  I talked about tools you can use to acquire reviews. For the DO’s and DONT’s on review site guidelines, check out: The Impact of Online Reviews on a Business – Part 1 […]

June 2014

Hungry Panda Eats Spam!

Google Update of Panda 4.0 Google has once again created an algorithm with a cute name and a voracious appetite for black hat practices. Panda 4.0 launched in May of 2014 and promptly tanked the rankings of some very well-known sites like eBay, Biography.com and aceshowbiz.com. This new algorithm searches websites for things like duplicate content, automatically generated content, and spam. If it finds these thing, it knocks the site’s rank to a level of humility. […]

February 2014

Top 10 Blogging Do’s & Don’ts

The term blogging seems to either inspire people, or send shivers up their spines. Those who love to blog seem to do it effortlessly. Those who do not, seem to shrink away from the very word. This blog is for both types. The following tips should keep those who fluidly blog on track and shake the cement gloves from the hands of those who fear the keyboard. […]

January 2014

Can You Find Me With Your Keyword?

Everyone knows that keywords are the stuff of great visibility, but what do you do with those keywords? We have been told not to salt and pepper our pages with keywords for fear of the crawl not liking the flavor. We have been told that not enough keywords will leave us looking like a wallflower at a junior high school dance. So how do we know if the keywords we are using on our page will get us noticed? Well, it boils down to the three little words every SEO [...]