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Same Great Robo, Brand New Boogie

A Team Perspective on Creating a More Genuine Brand & Website Well, looks like the cat’s out of the bag. And by cat, we mean the brand spanking new Roboboogie website: Refreshed, revamped, and ready to rock in 2020 and beyond. For us, this brand and website redesign was a large dose of our own [...]

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Moving, Shaking, and A/B Testing in Oregon Wine Country

On a warm August evening, the Roboboogie team arrived at the Scholls Valley Lodge in scenic Oregon wine country for the Party in the Pinot, the Technology Association of Oregon's annual shindig. Bringing together some of the Oregon technology community's top movers and shakers, the event is a sight to behold and we were proud [...]

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Have Great Content Series | Part 3: Develop Visual Storytelling

The old adage is true, a picture can be worth 1000 words. However, use the wrong image, and you might communicate the wrong 1000 word message. But in a highly dynamic and fast-paced world, communicating your message quickly is key to reaching customers. Remember to keep things visual, while communicating the right message: Images effectively [...]

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Have Great Content Series | Part 2: The Power of Authentic Voice

Today’s digital landscape is crowded with voices. Consumers are intelligent and can distinguish between inauthentic and genuine messaging. Therefore, the necessity of ensuring messaging is authentic has become increasingly important. Let’s talk brand values Successful brands are deeply rooted in a set of values and beliefs. With the number of choices continually on the rise [...]

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Have Great Content Series | Part 1: Know Your Audience

It has been over 20 years since Bill Gates infamously proclaimed ‘Content is King.’ With new technology, interfaces, user needs and trends, the proclamation still rings true as ever. No matter how innovative or engaging an interface is, without meaningful, compelling content any user experience falls short. At roboboogie, we take content seriously as part [...]

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How Voice and Tone Affect Website Conversions

How you communicate your brand goes beyond your logo, the products you sell, and how beautiful your website is. A brand’s voice and tone is the foundation for creating lasting relationships with users. Unfortunately, companies often do not spend enough time or do enough research to get it right. In this blog post we’ll dive [...]

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Key Takeaways from XOXO Festival 2018

Held annually in Portland, OR, XOXO is an experiential festival and conference that brings together independent artists, makers, and content creators who work on the internet. What started as a small conference in 2012 with roughly 400 people has grown now to house over 2,200 people for 4 days of talks, meet-ups, and demos. Here [...]

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Buying Decision Behavior at May’s Camp Optimization

On May 24th, roboboogie’s Camp Optimization hosted Aaron Stusser, eCommerce Manager at Yakima Products, who spoke about the applying the theory of Buying Decision Behavior to digital content creation. Aaron discussed the psychology behind buying decision behavior in order to highlight how brands can make smarter content to drive conversions. By breaking down consumers into [...]

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Takeaways from Digital Growth Unleashed 2018

The roboboogie team was fortunate to be a sponsor at this year’s installment of Digital Growth Unleashed, so we packed up our bags and made our way down to Las Vegas. Our week was full of great meetings and engaging conversations, but don't feed too bad if you missed out this year. We're here to [...]

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Interview with Melissa Ashcraft, Director of Marketing at Wacom Technologies

Melissa Ashcraft is the director of global B2B marketing for Wacom. She’s spent her career arranging words, first as a novelist publishing two books with Random House, then as a freelance journalist, and a PR person representing, among other things, a circus. Though the circus thing was short-lived, spending a few days at 3AM navigating [...]

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