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Project Highlight: Texas Cavaliers River Parade Website

January 16, 2013

Every year in downtown San Antonio, the iconic San Antonio Riverwalk transforms into the stage for one of the most anticipated, family-friendly events of Fiesta, the Texas Cavaliers River Parade. Produced by the Texas Cavaliers, a local non-profit consisting of over 500 business, civic and community leaders, the parade benefits San Antonio children’s organizations through […] Read More

Case Study: Discover UFC® Website Design

July 21, 2011

Mixed martial arts (MMA) is recognized as the fastest growing sport in the world, and the Ultimate Fighting Championship® (UFC®) is the world’s leading MMA promoter. As much as MMA and the UFC® are growing in popularity, the sport was generally not well understood by fans and potential fans, and the industry lacked a reliable, […] Read More

Top 5 Google AdWords Mistakes

June 15, 2011

Anyone can be up and running with Google AdWords in just a few minutes. Let’s face it though – what makes it super cool, also makes it dangerous! After reviewing dozens of accounts, we’ve identified 5 common mistakes that businesses make when setting up their AdWords campaigns. These mistakes can cost hundreds or thousands of […] Read More

What’s the Deal with Daily Deals?

May 19, 2011

It’s the latest craze in social media-based marketing. Through “daily deal” sites like Groupon and Living Social, businesses low-ball their prices by offering limited time promotions of 50% off or more. You’re probably wondering how your business could possibly make money on these deals – especially when the site usually takes a cut of up […] Read More

Case Study: A Pool of New Customers

May 11, 2011

Love to Swim and Tumble School provides swim lessons, tumble lessons and parties with one established location in San Antonio and a newer location in Schertz. The goal of this initiative was to drive new enrollment at their Schertz location. Challenge: Develop a Selling Idea  For this deal to be the most effective, buyers needed […] Read More

Beginner’s Verse for Search Engine Marketing

September 2, 2010

This is Part I of ROBOT’s “Search Engine Folklore: Two Tales of Fact and Fiction”. Myths, legends and lies abound in the Land of Search Engine Marketing. Some of these stories are true (FACTs), but many are false (FICTION). We’ve compiled the most common tales to help set the record straight. Designed for the apprentice […] Read More

Master’s Manual for Search Engine Marketing

This is Part II of “Search Engine Folklore: Two Tales of Fact and Fiction”. Myths, legends and lies abound in the Land of Search Engine Marketing. Some of these stories are true (FACTs), but many are false (FICTION). We’ve compiled the most common tales to help set the record straight. With thrilling tales that will […] Read More

Laying the Path for More Web Traffic

August 27, 2010

Background Terramano is a family owned business that manufactures and sells authentic handmade terracotta and saltillo tile. To increase sales through the internet, Terramano wanted to focus on improving organic search results and Google AdWords campaigns. Key Challenges Content – Terramano’s site was built with a template site editor and looked nice, but it only contained […] Read More

Securing a Web Presence

August 10, 2010

Background ThreadStrong is a self-paced, e-Learning solution, designed by Denim Group experts, to help developers understand and apply the principles of secure application development. ROBOT built the ThreadStrong website as a multi-purpose site: 1) as a sales tool/online brochure to which Denim Group could direct leads to more information about the product, and 2) as a front-door […] Read More

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