Reputation Builder Plus

December 31, 2014 By Morgan Cushey | POSTED IN Reputation

The newest service that Higher Images, Inc. is offering to clients in 2015 in called Reputation Builder Plus. Because the Internet has become such a massive tool for research and ratings, it is important to all businesses to maintain a positive reputation online. How is this managed? Through Reputation Builder Plus. FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest

AWARD-WINNING DIGITAL TEAM LAUNCHES NEW IMAGE

March 2, 2015 By Morgan Cushey | POSTED IN Website Designs

PITTSBURGH, February 27, 2015 – Digital marketing leader Higher Images, Inc. took its own image to higher levels today with the launching of its innovative website www.higherimages.com. Over the past 15-years, the company’s award-winning digital team has been turning heads with websites it’s built for clients across the world. Specializing in designing and promoting responsive … Continue reading “AWARD-WINNING DIGITAL TEAM LAUNCHES NEW IMAGE”

Striving Toward Excellence – Higher Images Applies for Nation’s Highest Presidential Honor

April 1, 2015 By Morgan Cushey | POSTED IN News

Baldrige Award Higher Images is on a journey in an ongoing pursuit toward excellence. As a recent applicant for The Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, “the application process itself has provided a tremendous opportunity toward strategic planning to focus on continuous improvement across all areas,” President Bryan Thornberg said. The award is the highest level … Continue reading “Striving Toward Excellence – Higher Images Applies for Nation’s Highest Presidential Honor”

Want to Rank Higher in Searches? Then You Need to Have Responsive Design!

April 16, 2015 By Morgan Cushey | POSTED IN News

The Benefits of a Responsive Design It used to be that a great-looking website was what you needed to attract users and sales. Then, optimizing online searches through good SEO practices became an important part of every company’s online digital marketing strategy. If your company has kept up with all the changes in design and … Continue reading “Want to Rank Higher in Searches? Then You Need to Have Responsive Design!”

PITTSBURGH MATTRESS ICON SEYMOUR FARBER LAUNCHES ANNUAL CAMPAIGN

May 13, 2015 By Morgan Cushey | POSTED IN News

94-year-old Spearheads ‘Here’s the Deal’ Mattress Fundraiser for Charity Organizations At 94, Pittsburgh’s gregarious Seymour Farber is still knocking on doors. This week he launched the annual ‘Here’s the Deal’ mattress fundraiser, with American Buyer’s Discount Mattress in Homestead donating 10 percent of discounted mattress profits back to charity organizations. “He’s been the face of … Continue reading “PITTSBURGH MATTRESS ICON SEYMOUR FARBER LAUNCHES ANNUAL CAMPAIGN”

Higher Images Named One of the 2016 Best Places to Work in Western Pennsylvania

September 13, 2016 By Morgan Cushey | POSTED IN News

Higher Images, one of Pittsburgh’s most successful full-service digital marketing agencies, was named one of the “2016 Best Places to Work in Western Pennsylvania” and ranked 16th in the Top 20 Largest Area Multimedia/Digital Marketing firms in the Pittsburgh Business Times’ Book of Lists. Higher Images, celebrating its 15th year in business, designs custom websites … Continue reading “Higher Images Named One of the 2016 Best Places to Work in Western Pennsylvania”

Blogging about Blogs: The Next Takeover Target?By Standard & Poor’s, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc

October 25, 2007 By Morgan Cushey | POSTED IN Industry Secrets

They reach large, loyal audiences, they’re fairly cheap to run, and they can be lucrative. Media companies have their checkbooks ready From Standard&Poor’s Equity Research. From Standard&Poor’s investing newsletter The Outlook First came social networks. Then virtual worlds. Now blogs are dazzling the eyes of major media publishers as the next takeover targets. Blogs–especially the … Continue reading “Blogging about Blogs: The Next Takeover Target?By Standard & Poor’s, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc”

A Pre-Halloween ‘Black Wednesday’ ? by Mark Simon

October 29, 2007 By Morgan Cushey | POSTED IN Industry Secrets

CALL IT “BLACK WEDNESDAY” FOR the SEO industry. Last week, just a day before wowing Wall Street with its earnings, Google adjusted its organic PageRank algorithm in a way that resulted in a major drop in rankings for many sites, both large (such as Forbes.com and WashingtonPost.com) and small. The algorithm shift wasn’t exactly a … Continue reading “A Pre-Halloween ‘Black Wednesday’ ? by Mark Simon”

When It comes to internet marketing, is diversity the best approach?

By Morgan Cushey | POSTED IN Industry Secrets

Lately, the web marketing “sandbox” has been getting a little crowded. We have recently welcomed the phone books to the competition of PPC online marketing. After speaking with a handful of my current clients the common denominator has been, the guerrilla marketing tactics being applied by the NG’s (new guys). While some digital agencies may … Continue reading “When It comes to internet marketing, is diversity the best approach?”

17 Search Engine Reputation Management Optimization Tips by Rob Garner

November 7, 2007 By Morgan Cushey | POSTED IN Industry Secrets

AS IT IS BECOMING MORE commonly accepted that Google, Yahoo and MSN are reputation management engines just as much as they are search engines, more folks are seeking information on how to increase positive visibility for a personal or corporate name.  Here is a quick list of 17 different ways to optimize for positive visibility … Continue reading “17 Search Engine Reputation Management Optimization Tips by Rob Garner”

Everything We Know About Search Is Wrong by Bob Heyman

November 9, 2007 By Morgan Cushey | POSTED IN Industry Secrets

EVERYTHING WE KNOW ABOUT SEARCH is wrong. That’s what Brian McAndrews is telling us. And Brian McAndrews isn’t just anybody. He’s the former CEO of aQuantive and is now a Microsoft senior vice president in charge of competing with other engines for ad dollars. So we should pay attention. McAndrews says search is given too … Continue reading “Everything We Know About Search Is Wrong by Bob Heyman”