Category: Internet Marketing

Top Yahoo & Bing Searches of 2014

While Google runs the web with 67% of the search engine market share, Bing and Yahoo are next in line.  Both of the runner-ups have released their insights for the top web searches of 2014.  What do these results tell us?  According to Yahoo, the lists capture the cultural mood, political concerns and technological advances […]

Thanksgiving Day is the New Black Friday

  With more stores opening on Thanksgiving and starting online sales that day, Black Friday is turning into more than just one day of shopping.  Many retailers have even extended their sale prices for the entire week leading up to Black Friday. Mobile and tablet shopping is set to top last year with $1.6 billion […]

How to Increase Conversions from Google Adwords this Holiday Shopping Season

  Small businesses who sell products or services online will be working extra hard this holiday season to keep up with buying trends.  Google did a study showing that one third of shopping-related searches are now happening between the hours of 10pm to 4am.  What does this mean for your business?  It is important to […]

The White House admits their websites are ugly, is yours too?

Has it been over 2 years since you last website redesign? Many businesses do not realize the power of a great website.  Currently the White House is looking for improve all government websites, to make them more updated and user friendly.  With the majority of Americans spending a significant amount of time online, it is […]

Find Everything ‘Mt. Hood’ on Their New Website

Looking for a place to stay or somewhere to eat around Mt. Hood? Look no further than the new responsive website our team created for Government Camp’s Marketing Committee.  The fresh new design features more images and less cluttered content for an easy to navigate and user friendly design. Click the photo to visit the […]

7 Unique Ways to Increase Sales Using Social Media

1. Tag Users Involved with your Content: Build a stronger connection and relationship with contacts when you tag activity across social networks.  Whether it is potential customers or networking with leaders and influencers, make sure you know whom you are trying to target and if they are active on those networks. 2. Use Direct Messaging […]

Great White Shark Attacks Twitter

Looking for someone new and interesting to follow on Twitter? How about Mary Lee, the 3,456 pound great white shark with a tracking device actively “pinging” her location via satellite transmitter.  In the past couple years five sharks were tagged with Ocearch to provide real-time tracking data.  Mary Lee has traveled 16,000 miles in the […]

Bud Light builds its own town ‘Whatever USA’ in Crested Butte, Colorado

Bud Light began its “Up for Whatever” ad campaign in ads for Super Bowl XLVIII where random fans off the street were sent on crazy celebrity-filled adventures. For this promotional campaign Are You #UpForWhaterver happening September 5-7th, Crested Butte will become the ficticous town of Whatever, USA. Bud Light has selected 1,000 fans across the […]

A Parent’s Story

Many people believe that as an online marketing agency we are just an automated branding company. That we just provide improved SEO results or higher Pay Per Click conversion ratios. Although those are two facets of our work, at Off The Wall Media we truly believe you need to make an absolute effort to bring […]

Montreux Energy project

Off The Wall Media recently worked with Montreux Energy, a senior-level strategy organization for roundtables on the future of global energy investment. Off The Wall Media enhanced their website, to improve UX and ROI. The outcome was a user friendly website that provides solution driven content to Montreux Energy’s clients. Take a look and […]