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Welcome to 2013 at Vital Design!

2013 kick off

2012 was a big year for us—we added some incredible talent to the Vital team and in doing so expanded our service offerings. Our web and SEO team is bigger than ever, and we are producing websites, social media campaigns and SEO strategies that are more powerful, measurable and effective than ever before. Once again we were lucky to be the marketing partner for the New Hampshire Film Festival, and in its 12th year the festival enjoyed its biggest year to date. We were also recognized with two notable awards this year — the BuyerZone Best of the Blogs award for Small Business Blog and Business NH magazine’s award for the Coolest Small Company for Young Professionals.

We want to take this opportunity to recap some of the topics that were most important to our clients and blog readers this year, and to preview what’s in store for 2013. We have just launched our brand new website, and we can’t wait to see what 2013 will bring.

In the upcoming weeks, we’ll help you get your online marketing efforts ready for 2013, starting by ensuring you have responded to all of the changes that have happened online in the past year. This three part series will start by looking at your analytics, and making sure you’re correctly measuring the efficacy of your online marketing. We’ll then move on to SEO, with a crash course in what marketing managers need to know about the current state of SEO, and we’ll wrap up by giving you a checklist of updates you should make to your social media accounts.

We hope that you’ll take a look back at some of these posts from 2012, and that you’ll check back in the coming weeks for your guide on how to hit the ground running in 2013.

Happy New Year!

The Hot Topics of 2012

Video 

How to Create Video that is SEO Gold

Why You Should Be Creating Video for Your Brand

SEO & Content Strategy 

Is Your Old SEO Dragging Down Your Website

Why Your Business Needs a Blog…Now

Conversion Strategy 

Self-Critique Your Website

ABC: Always Be Converting

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