Enilon Blog

Why WordPress Maintenance Plans Make Sense

Download as PDF SECURITY Do you change your passwords? Do you know what your WordPress Error Logs are, where to find them, and what they can tell you? How often do you backup your site? These are just a few questions that, if you can’t answer them, you should employ someone with the answer. Otherwise, […]

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What We Learned at Camp – WordCamp, That Is

Enilon has been a WordPress house since 2014 which was, coincidentally, the first time we started attending DFW WordCamp – a two-day intensive that offers a well-rounded buffet of knowledge that addresses the two camps that attend the, well, camp. It is also one of those rare events that set the order of the Metroplex […]

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Static vs. Rich Media – Which Should You Use?

Today, we’re inundated with options when it comes to customizing our ad campaigns. From the humble workhorse – the Google ETA, to the latest and greatest in immersive, augmented reality-based ads, we have an amazing assortment of tools at our disposal. And tools is the keyword. Every tool has its place, and some jobs and […]

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What Is Social Listening?

The typical focus of any social media campaign – organic or paid – is to connect with existing and/or potential users. The problem lies in how an organization maintains that connection.  Too many times we see the communication only going one way: from the organization to the user, with little to no reciprocity. Sometimes that […]

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The How and Why of Geotargeting

Geotargeted advertising is one of the more exceptional examples of marketing and technology working together. Geotargeting is essentially the act of serving a targeted ad to an individual based on their location. Anyone who enables location sharing on their mobile device can be exposed to this form of advertising. If your target resides in (or […]

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Email Marketing: It All Started 40 Years Ago

The concept of email marketing first appeared in 1978, thanks in part to Gary Thuerk, a marketing manager working at Digital Equipment Corporation, who sent the first unsolicited email with the hope of selling something, to 400 unsuspecting recipients who were using ARPANET, one of the first iterations of what we now know as the Internet. […]

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Why This 47-Year-Old Ogilvy Ad Is Relevant Today

“The more things change, the more they stay the same.” – Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr David Ogilvy, who some consider the father of advertising, created some of the most successful campaigns in history. Today we’re focusing on this absolute gem of a long-form advert outlining his namesake agency’s ability to answer The Big Question: His extensive […]

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4 Simple Steps to Prevent Facebook Ads Manager Phishing

Ah phishing, the time-honored practice of sending people fake emails that look *almost* legit in an effort to garner anything from PINs to login credentials & passwords. While this type of “hack” has been around for decades, it shouldn’t be dismissed. With every advance we make in security, those who don’t give up on their […]

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Google Rebranding: What Does It Mean For Me?

Change is good. Change is scary. You may have heard Google recently announce they’re retiring the AdWords & DoubleClick brands. Before panic and fear sets in, and you start reevaluating your ad strategy, take comfort in the fact that this is simply a rebranding and not a fundamental change to the platforms themselves. Google’s SVP […]

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What Facebook’s New Approach to Data Means for Marketers

As a digital performance company, we understand the value of useful data. We know how to gather it, analyze it, and utilize it to deliver positive ROI for our clients. Thanks to platforms like Google and Facebook, we as marketers have access to more data than ever before. Thus, we can deliver information to consumers […]

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