7 Reasons You Might Need a Website Update

7 Reasons You Might Need a Website Update

7 Reasons You Might Need a Website Update Try and guess how many websites there are currently. Here’s the answer: A LOT. That being said, yours must be the best it can be. A long time ago, just having a website was good enough to get you by, but today’s...
How to Plan an Effective Marketing Sprint

How to Plan an Effective Marketing Sprint

How to Plan an Effective Marketing Sprint Housekeeping note: At One Foot Over, we typically use Scrum and Kanban-style approaches. For this blog, we’re going to focus on a Scrum methodology. We also use Hive as our project management system and it works really well...
5 Ways LinkedIn and Facebook Groups Help Businesses

5 Ways LinkedIn and Facebook Groups Help Businesses

5 Ways LinkedIn and Facebook Groups Help Businesses Before the Internet existed and everyone was instagramming their brunch, we had communities. People would come together (IRL) in the same space and talk about whatever was going on currently in the world–or in...
Why You Need A Great Website: Dwight vs The Computer

Why You Need A Great Website: Dwight vs The Computer

Why You Need A Great Website: Dwight vs The Computer Do you remember the episode of The Office where Dwight competes with a computer? If you’re not familiar with the episode, the premise is as follows: The Dunder Mifflin Infinity website is going to launch and...
How Video Marketing Can Boost SEO

How Video Marketing Can Boost SEO

How Video Marketing Can Boost SEO Do you have a complex business process or industry? Do you constantly find yourself getting asked the question: so what does your business actually do? Sometimes, it’s just easier to explain something with visuals instead of just...
What is Agile Marketing? A Brief Overview

What is Agile Marketing? A Brief Overview

What is Agile Marketing? A Brief Overview Once upon a time, marketing strategies were conceived over long lunches and executed laboriously over a matter of months or years. Customer feedback was slow to trickle in, and adapting to such feedback could take just as long...