Homestead Suites

Posted by Tim Lancaster | Case Studies

Homestead Suites was designed by Morgan Mann of 1Design Source and programmed by Dog Eat Dog Designs in 2007. We worked together to create a website that would allow for online reservations and an easy way for people to see each of the suites available. Visit Homestead Suites, today!


Facebook Adds The Hashtag #powerofthehashtag

Posted by Tim Lancaster | Facebook, Twitter

The hashtag has become a popular marketing tool for websites like Google+, Instagram and Twitter. Facebook finally understands #thepowerofthehastag Since I started using Twitter, back in 2009, I’ve been saying Twitter will outlast Facebook. They basically, took the guts of Facebook and simplified it. Twitter is less congested, easy-to-use and limited to 140 characters. No ads. Enough said. People from all over the world can connect instantly. This isn’t exactly true with Facebook. Though, it seems Facebook is following in Twitter’s footsteps. Facebook announced today that hashtags will now be included in their services, saying: Starting today, hashtags will be…

Foothills Garage Door Company

Posted by Tim Lancaster | Case Studies

Foothills Garage Door Company has been a client of Dog Eat Dog Designs since 2005. We created a website that is easy-to-use, search engine friendly and within the given budget. Visit Foothills Garage Door Company, today!

Top 5 SEO Mistakes

Posted by Tim Lancaster | Google News, Internet Marketing 101

Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam, lists off the top five SEO mistakes. He says these are not the most damaging mistakes, but rather, the most common mistakes. Not having a crawlable domain or Not having a website Not including your target keywords on the page. His example is: don’t only include, “Mt. Everest Height” but think about how people search. How high is Mt. Everest? Create compelling content and focus on marketing your site. NOT just link building. Add a focused title and meta description for your most important pages Not learning enough about SEO and how to improve your site by…

Google Authorship Review

Posted by Tim Lancaster | Google News

By creating a Google+ profile and linking our client’s website, we were able to stand out in the listings. Not only does this create trust for their visitors, Google Authorship provides a face for their business. It doesn’t hurt to be #1 in the search. Dog Eat Dog Designs gives Google+ authorship a thumbs up. Here’s how we did it: Sign up for Google Account Connect your account with Google+ Authorship Add your Rel Author Tag in the Head tag on each page of your site, using your unique Google+ ID number. <head> <link rel=”author” href=”“/> </head>

Foothills Environmental, Inc

Posted by Tim Lancaster | Case Studies

Foothills Environmental, Inc. provides industrial hygiene, safety and environmental services to the public and private sectors. Dog Eat Dog Designs created a content management system and custom website design so FEI can manage their website’s pages and content. Visit Foothills Environmental, today!


Posted by Tim Lancaster | Case Studies

Sew-ciety sells fabrics, sewing machines, notions, quilt kits and quilting supplies, along with offering sewing classes for beginners to advanced! Dog Eat Dog Designs created a custom theme design for a WordPress converted website. Sew-ciety offers a calendar of events and information about sewing machines and notions. They are located just south of Denver on I-25, in Castle Rock. Sew-ciety, Inc. 1025 South Perry St. Unit 101-B Castle Rock, Colorado 80104 Visit Sew-ciety, today!

What is SEO?

Posted by Tim Lancaster | Online Marketing

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a service offered by many web design companies today, including Dog Eat Dog Designs. SEO is the process of improving a website’s visibility through organic search results by improving content related to search terms your company would like to be found under. For instance, when you search for “Denver Web Designer”, I would like my page to show up within those “FREE” or “Organic” search results. If I never use the words on my website, what do you think the likelihood of being found on Google or Bing would be? That’s correct. ZERO chances. To…

“Perfecting” On-Page Optimization

Posted by Tim Lancaster | Online Marketing

This is an oldie-but-goodie, and still rings true today for on-page optimization. He shows a preview of how the page might look without all of the fluff. It’s really interesting to break it down like this. Take a closer look at how Rand, from SEOmoz creates the “Perfectly” optimized page. If you’re in SEO, you probably hear this question a lot. Sadly, there’s no cut and dry answer, but there are sets of best practices we can draw from and sharpen to help get close. In this blog post, I’m going to share our top recommendations for achieving on-page, keyword-targeting “perfection,”…

Great 3D Animated Short – Jungle Jail

Posted by Tim Lancaster | 3D Animation