Tuesday, April 24, 2018

20 Year Old Web Site Get's A Fresh Look, Fresh Content

iModular.com helps you find a modular building
iModular.com's new home page.
Since 1998 iModular.com has been helping schools, churches, businesses and government agencies learn about the benefits of using modular buildings for temporary and permanent facility space needs. The web site has also helped thousands of people connect with local modular building suppliers in order to make smart rental and purchase decisions - and save money by shopping smart.

Early in January 2018 the new iModular.com web site and blog were launched by GBM Marketing, Inc. along with new search optimization and content strategies. The web site's updated design is not only easier for users to navigate and find the modular building solution they need...it's also "super charged" with new and updated articles and tools that make it very easy for readers to find answers and make good decisions throughout their buying process.

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

It's Always Nice To Get Involved

GBM Marketing's Matt Banes saves Howler Monkeys in Costa Rica
GBM Marketing, Inc. helps save
Howler Monkeys in Costa Rica. 
Other than your profession...and family...what gives you a sense of purpose in life? Better yet, do you ever use your skills to help a charity or special cause? Good for you if you answered yes!

At GBM Marketing, Inc. we like to get involved in causes and here's one that we love to "Howl" about. Have a look at the article linked below and then browse the Nosara Refuge for Wildlife's web site to learn all about saving Howler Monkeys that have been electrocuted on high power lines in remote parts of Costa Rica. The mission of the Rescue is to Rescue, Rehabilitate and Release all types of injured wildlife after man-made or natural accidents occur - with a special emphasis on the Howler monkey electrocution crisis.

Read: The Howler Monkey Symphony – Now Playing at Dusk and Dawn

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Are you in web site re-launch hell?

Have you been wrestling with the re-launch of your top performing web site? If so, we just went through the same experience - and we are experts in this type of service. So, join the crowd or give us a call to talk about what we've learned, what we did right and how our experiences may be able to help you navigate a sea of important marketing decisions.

Our biggest problems were:

1. Outdated and totally customized CMS (content management system).
2. Fear of upsetting a good thing - our "old stuff" was still working but the future was grim.
3. Confusion with Google's ongoing and ever-changing perspective on search optimization.
4. The old web site was breaking and we had no support.
5. Hacks and penalties were causing a steady decline in traffic and visitor trust.
6. Our dependency on outside developers was too much and not secure.