Monthly Archives: November 2014

Everything to Know About Websites: Zero to 100

This post serves as a Table of Contents for Vanilla Video’s guide regarding websites. You may be wondering what a video production company has to do with websites. Well, our business is actually specific to web-based videos, and one of our Co-Founders is a Web Developer / Software Engineer with over 17 years of experience, across the full stack of website technology. We have a vested interest in getting businesses to use their websites more effectively. Vanilla Video makes thousands of web-based videos for companies all across the world. When our clienteles websites work better, the videos we create for display on the web are that much more valuable and effective. Continue reading “Everything to Know About Websites: Zero to 100” »

Talking to A Human Is a Poor Experience

This post isn’t for the timid, feint of heart or closed-minded. We expect a divided response as this is likely a controversial topic for some. More accurately, it’s a strongly worded opinion about the future generations of consumers. For those aged 30 and older, try to keep an open mind. We feel strongly that the world is moving in a certain direction, and doing business with the generations under 30 (i.e., born after 1985) is, and will continue to be, very different than older customer segments.  Continue reading “Talking to A Human Is a Poor Experience” »

Every Website Needs these Pages of Content (Outline)

In our previous post, Making a Great Website: Focus on Content, we went over the importance of original, high-quality content. The next logical question for many is likely, “What content should my website contain?” Or rather, what pages does every website need? This post is a comprehensive list of must-have sections on every single website. Again, we take an all or nothing approach to website content. If some of this information is missing, it all may as well not even exist. Continue reading “Every Website Needs these Pages of Content (Outline)” »