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Dave Bowers

Dave’s time at work is divided up between his roles as technical production and project manager for our clients. Dave writes about technical systems, production, traffic and how to make good things happen in a mission-driven marketing communications firm.

Recent Posts

Google Demands HTTPS Security: Is your site ready?

By Dave Bowers on Sep. 7, 2017


If you have a website without the HTTPS protocol, you should have received an email recently telling you that...

Why you can't just use the image you just found

By Dave Bowers on Aug. 18, 2017


We build websites. It’s not all we do, but it is a big part of the services we offer to clients large and small....

Why your nonprofit website and CRM want to be integrated

By Dave Bowers on Aug. 3, 2017


Relying on spreadsheets to keep track of your organization's donors, volunteers, and other contacts gets tiresome...

Quick Tips for Effective Landing Pages

By Dave Bowers on Jun. 8, 2017


What is a landing page?

A landing page is simply the website page where your visitors land after they type in or...

Prepress File Preparation: Your Print Production Checklist

By Dave Bowers on May. 11, 2017


Good prepress file preparation takes time. In the era of digital design, prepress work looks deceptively easy, but...

Image Resolution and Quality: What you need to know.

By Dave Bowers on Mar. 30, 2017


Why do you need to know about image resolution? If you are ever going to print something, put a graphic on the...

Your Buyer Knows More Than You Do

By Dave Bowers on Mar. 2, 2017


The sales dynamic continues to change, and today's buyers are better informed and further along in their decision...

Can your website audience hear you now?

By Dave Bowers on Feb. 2, 2017


You know your business or organization needs a website. And, you probably have one (or maybe more than one). But...

How to fail at email marketing (or not)

By Dave Bowers on Oct. 27, 2016


You know email can be an effective marketing tool. Email marketing averages an ROI of $38 for every $1 spent. (DMA...