What is Responsive Design and Why Do I Need It?

CyberInk Staff    March 16, 2015 12:56 pm   

Responsive Website Design In order for a company to have a user-friendly website, it must be designed with the user’s experience in mind. One way to create an appealing website is to focus on how the website appears and functions on the user’s device. While you have the option of creating a static website that […]

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Google My Business Seminar

Jeff McCullor    February 17, 2015 3:18 pm   

Arin Donelson, our resident Google Adwords-certified individual, will present our Google My Business Seminar on March 10th and 11th, here at CyberInk. What Arin will be reviewing: • How to use Google My Business to impact local search results. • Why every business should have a Google My Business account. • 3 simple steps to […]

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Websites That Work Seminar – February 12th & 13th

Jeff McCullor    February 10, 2015 9:07 am   

Please join me on February 12th at 2:00PM and February 13th at 10:00AM for our February seminar, “Websites That Work”. I’ll run through the following topics: First impressions make a difference User experience Why your Facebook page isn’t a website Advantages of using a content management system Content that matters Using your website to increase […]

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Why Web Page Load Time Matters

Arin Donelson    January 26, 2015 11:48 am   

Ever clicked off of a website because it took too long to load? You’re in good company. 40% of users abandon webpages that take longer than 3 seconds to appear. Check out the infographic below, or download the full report at for more information. Wondering what your own site load time is, or how to […]

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Farewell 2014, it’s been real

Jeff McCullor    December 22, 2014 10:33 am   

The past year turned out to be a very exciting one for everyone here at CyberInk. This holiday, we’d like to touch on a few milestones:   We’re growing Nick Kightlinger graduated from Penn State Behrend in May and we promptly scooped him up to be our new web developer. With Nick’s help, the development end […]

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How social affects the buying cycle

Jeff McCullor    November 28, 2014 10:07 am   

Social has become ingrained in our day-to-day. It’s become a very powerful referral and research source for purchasing your next _______ (insert any product here). We put together a video that explains the buying cycle in detail, illustrating the touch points a brand can use to provide influence.     Developing a social strategy and managing […]

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WordPress 4.0, “Benny”

Jeff McCullor    September 4, 2014 1:44 pm   

  When we watched how content can be manipulated in WordPress 4.0, we were very pleased. This should eliminate a lot of the guessing when writing, previewing, re-writing, then publishing any content you may have. The best quote we gleaned off the Benny presentation, “When you hit publish, there are no surprises.”   If your […]

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Heartbleed Bug: What You Need To Know

Arin Donelson    April 10, 2014 3:20 pm   

The Heartbleed bug has been making news lately, but if you haven’t heard, it’s a vulnerability in OpenSSL software making a risk for possible attacks on their servers. Open SSL runs the encryption coding for many internet websites, and you are probably using a few of them. This means that for several years, hackers and […]

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2014 American Advertising Awards

Arin Donelson    March 28, 2014 10:33 am   

  On March 21, a group of CyberInkers attended the 2014 American Advertising Awards gala, presented by Erie Ad Club. The awards recognize the spirit of creative excellence in advertising of all media types.  Judged by a panel of regional advertising professionals, the CyberInk team took home awards in 4 categories. Congratulations to CyberInk and all […]

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2:16 Coffee

Jeff McCullor    February 11, 2014 11:55 am   

    We drink a lot of coffee here at the office – each one of us has their own mug, naturally. Some of us partake in a daily 2:16 coffee ritual aimed at avoiding that post-lunch slump. It’s actually scientifically proven to be effective by some British scientists. Why argue against science?   See […]

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