Do You Know Where Your Website’s Been?

As an agency that specializes in redeveloping outdated or underperforming Web sites and applications, we’re continually picking up where someone else – designer, programmer, agency – left off. This can pose unique challenges, especially when it comes to SEO. Most designers or developers will tell you that they would prefer to start a site from […]

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The Art of the Online Fundraising Experience

At BCS Interactive, we work with a lot of passionate and worthy non-profits. Each of these organizations provides an essential service to their community; each has achieved success in one form or another. Those that stand out from the pack, though, have invariably mastered the tenets of online fundraising. Now, let’s be frank. Raising money […]

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Learning Javascript, Progress Part I

I’m happy to report that my goal of teaching myself Javascript is going well.  For the most part. I continue to be fascinated by the language and programming as a whole, so passion has not ebbed.  Time, however, is the challenge.  Perhaps that’s an excuse (if you’re passionate enough about something, you’ll find a way), but with […]

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Is a Theme Really the Right Solution for Your Web Site?

We’re currently in the midst of a major Web site re-design for a medical practice. The process – and the relationship with the client – has been terrific. They get us, we get them; we’re passionate about doing a great job, they’re serious about giving their patients the right user experience. So far, so good. […]

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How Should We Really Be Using Facebook?

I recently read an article on Mashable about my generation’s increasing desire to detach from Facebook. More and more millennials are making the decision to deactivate their accounts to get away from nosey relatives, judgmental peers and future or current employers. Lately I’ve been flirting with the idea myself, but in reality, I need a Facebook account […]

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The Reminder vs The Remindee: Why You Want to be the Reminder at Your Job

At your job, you are one of two people: the Reminder, or the Remindee (yes, I made that word up). This is pretty simple to understand: you are either constantly reminding your coworkers of deadlines, meetings and tasks, or you are constantly being reminded. At this point, you probably know which one you are. As the project manager at my job, […]

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