When most people think about divorce, they think of the traditional method involving two people slugging it out in litigation. But this method often leaves behind a trail of destruction, especially if children are involved. The Collaborative Divorce process is a relatively new concept that strives to help divorce clients stay out of the courtroom and obtain the best outcome for everyone involved. Spreading the Word In October, The Crouch Group held a one-day conference in Austin with prominent … [Read more...]
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When clients come into our office needing a new website many of them ask what the process is and what to expect so here's your answer... At The Crouch Group we believe in unique, customizable and affordable websites. Our goal is to create an online representation of you and your business through your website. With that in mind, here is a snapshot of the process we utilize to build your new website. Website Grading We take a look at your current website and score it on a 100 … [Read more...]
In April Matt Heinz of Heinz Marketing, one of the top 50 most influential people in sales and marketing, hosted a webinar covering email tips designed to help increase response rates. Keeping up with email best practices is a daily occurrence at The Crouch Group so we regularly research and source for the latest industry concepts. We love how Matt describes social media in this webinar. He shares that social media and email marketing are a lot like driving by someone’s house at 35 miles per … [Read more...]
In February 2015 Facebook released a new advertising feature “Relevance Score”. This is a rating system that is used for paid advertising on Facebook. This score is based on a 1 to 10 point scale; the higher your ad scores the more relevant your ad is deemed. Some users are finding that this is similar to a Google quality score. A Google score is based on stats between an ad and landing pages while the Facebook “Relevance Score” takes feedback and insight from you as the user into account. As a … [Read more...]
You might have already heard that on April 21st Google launched it’s new algorithm that favors sites which are “mobile friendly”. This means that websites that are not “mobile friendly” will not show up in search results on mobile devices. Recent studies show that over 60% of people use their mobile phone for everyday activities so it is likely that this could mean a decline in business for those websites that don’t show up in search results. Is your business website ready for mobile? Here … [Read more...]
Many people confuse marketing with advertising or vice versa. While both components are important they are very different. Knowing the difference and doing your market research can put your company on the path to substantial growth. Let’s start off by reviewing the formal definitions of each: Advertising: The paid, public, non-personal announcement of a persuasive message by an identified sponsor; the non-personal presentation or promotion by a firm of its products to its existing and … [Read more...]