What We Read This Week – April 24, 2015

April 24, 2015

Here’s a sneak peak at what we read this week… 

Some of the best digital agencies and studios from Amsterdam
Sometimes I like to take a little break from my work, sit at my desk, and eat my Lunchable Pizza meal and a soda (because I am a grown-up and I can) and read some inspiring web blogs. Here is a great read and introduces us to some of the amazing design agencies coming from Amsterdam. I was in Amsterdam 2 years ago and it was stimulating and amazing to see the work coming from that part of the world, even though they lacked my typical Lunchable meals…
Jeffrey Steffonich, Senior Designer

Ready for Mobilegeddon? Five Quick-and-Dirty Tips to Save Your Google Search Rank
Are you ready for Google’s algorithm changes? Read on for some tips to help your site.
Anne Wright, Senior Account Director

America meets a lot. An analysis of meeting length, frequency and cost.
Meetings, Meetings, Meetings. I have a personal philosophy that no meeting should last more than 30 minutes. (There are a few exceptions, though.) This week has been all about analyzing meetings. This article, titled, “America Meets A Lot” breaks out the impacts of meetings on resources, performance, and client management.
Justin Kutner, Digital Director

You waste a lot of time at work
Finally, a beautifully designed website about the effects of meetings.
Justin Kutner, Digital Director

Facebook Likes don’t go as far as they used to in News Feed update
It must be the week for algorithmic updates. Big surprise, Facebook is changing up their newsfeed algorithm AGAIN. This time they are diminishing the impact that the amount of likes has on a post. This means that even if 80 of your closest Facebook buddies like a post, you may not see it in your newsfeed.
Samantha Drake, Digital Marketing Strategist

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What We Watched This Week – April 17, 2015