6 Reasons Why Your Social Media Marketing Isn’t Working

Are you posting to your social media pages and not getting any traction or not seeing the results you want? Do you spend a lot of money or time on social media yet customers continue adding products to their shopping cart and not checking out? The following 6 tips can help you increase customer engagement, grow your followers, and convert likes into paying customers.

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Why Your Website Doesn’t Work and What You Can Do About It

Today a website alone just does not cut it. If you are pouring money into enhancing your website with no measurable increase in sales, services, or customer/client satisfaction, you are wasting money. Here are four reasons why your website doesn’t work and what you can do about it.

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Make the Most of Facebook Marketing

Do you understand your Facebook audience? Do you know how to talk with them? Are you trying to figure out the best time to post? Are Facebook ads worth the investment? We can help you answer these questions and more!

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VI Election System Website Redesign

In June 2016 CrucianPoint took over the management of the Virgin Islands Election System website (vivote.gov) and we embarked on a journey to make it easy for the Virgin Islands voting public to find relevant election information and help the election system meet its mission of being Fair, Accessible, and Transparent.

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Get Real Results with Internet Marketing

What does it take to deliver real results with Internet marketing?

At a minimum, 20-30 hours a month of research, content development, and graphic design. Content is King!

Don’t have 20-30 hours a month? We can help.

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Why Managed Web Hosting?

Truth is web hosting is cheap! However, managed hosting is not. Simply put, with managed hosting you don’t have to worry about server downtimes and other technical issues. You focus on running your business and your provider focuses on making sure your website is up and secure. Typically the hosting provider is responsible for setting up and maintaining every aspect of the website. This may include configuring hardware, installing and configuring software, technical support, patch management, system maintenance, monitoring, backups, disaster recovery, vulnerability scans, intrusion detection, and updates.

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