Despite myths that say otherwise, research has shown that appropriate outgoing links to reputable sources can improve your organic rankings.
VDW is a proud sponsor of the vtTA Tech Job impact report. The report highlights the pervasive and positive impacts of tech employment on Vermont’s economy. The goal of the report is to help showcase, and hold on to, these tech jobs to help growing firms hire and retain qualified employees, so that they can continue their expansion within state borders.
The Vermont Arts Council, one of VDW’s clients, is committed to distributing $665,000 in 2016 as one of VT’s only grant-making organizations for artists.
This week, artists, designers, developers, and creatives from all fields are coming together to celebrate Vermont Design Week! This week there is a plethora of great events to check out, speakers to listen to, and projects to get inspired by! If you haven’t already, visit the Vermont Design Week website to learn more about the […]
Last April, Google announced its deadline for websites to be “mobile-friendly” in order to keep their highest standings in organic search result rankings. What this means is that Google began factoring into its search results whether or not websites were designed for mobile devices, making them easier for smartphone visitors to access and navigate on […]
After many years in business, Lunaroma is working with Vermont Design Works to redesign and rebuild their website to better reflect their brand and customer needs.
Burlington will be a part of the White House TechHire initiative geared towards training the community in technology and placing individuals in tech jobs.
VDW’s newest client is DRINKmaple. We will be working with them to help launch their new product line, DRINKmelon, as well as taking care of their current site. We congratulate them in their exciting news of moving their production to a new facility to meet growing demand for their products.
Google has changed the SEO game with their newest update to their results pages. There is no longer a list of ads to the right side of the results list. Instead, an extra PPC ad has been added to the top of the list pushing organic results lower and lower on the front page of Google.