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Naomi Dhillon is an Account Executive at Stanton Street, an El Paso, Texas area website development company. Contact Naomi Dhillon at (915) 351-8440.
Do I need a mobile app for my business?

Do I need a mobile app for my business?

We’ve heard it several times – a business owner calls asking for a mobile app when they really don’t need one. We’re all for programming something fabulous, but we also like to give our current and potential clients good advice when they are considering an addition to their online presence. Most companies already have websites or even a Facebook page which suits their purpose. If they have a responsive website, then even better! Responsive sites are searchable via the Internet…

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How will Facebook’s News Feed Affect Businesses?

How will Facebook’s News Feed Affect Businesses?

Facebook will be changing their News Feed to show more status updates from friends and family rather than brands and news organizations. Brand and News pages will have to work harder to create original, engaging content that promotes discussions and interaction. If you’ve been in the loop re: recent events, you know that Facebook has been synonymous with the terms “fake news” and “Russian hackers.” The controversy has led up to this announcement yesterday: This update will prominently feature content…

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Visual Marketing with Digital Signage

Visual Marketing with Digital Signage

As marketers, we’ve known for quite a while that visual content provides the best results. We’ve stacked our websites high with custom photography. Our social media campaigns have eye-catching images and video in check. #TBH, the online media is pure fire… but is there something missing? For most brick-and-mortar shops, there is another opportunity through digital signage. These screens can capture the attention of customers, clients or patients in a lobby or other waiting area. Digital Signage can also relay important human…

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Tony Casas Promoted to Partner at Stanton Street

Tony Casas Promoted to Partner at Stanton Street

We’re proud to announce that our Director of Design & Development, Tony Casas, has been promoted to Partner at Stanton Street effective January 1, 2018. Tony brings several years of web design and development experience, strong leadership skills and an all-around optimism to the position. Tony joined Stanton Street in 2008 as a Web Designer and has acquired various skills such as programming, UX, account management, and human resource management. Currently, Tony is a sustaining member of AIGA and Progress 321….

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Google’s Quest for a More Secure Web

Google’s Quest for a More Secure Web

Last year, Google Chrome started labeling sites without an HTTPS as non-secure. This mostly affected sites that gathered personal data such as credit cards and social security numbers: Google is now upping the ante and pushing for sites with any type of form to enable HTTPS by October of this year. This means if your site has a simple contact form or even a basic site search, you will need to upgrade to a secure site if you don’t want…

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Stanton Street Announces New Ownership

Stanton Street Announces New Ownership

Brian Wancho is the new Owner/President of Stanton Street, after purchasing the company from Amy O’Rourke. Wancho has been with Stanton Street since 2001, and he has served as CEO since 2005. Brian is also locally well-known as a professional photographer having photographed several El Paso landmarks, business people, and cultural events. He attended the University of Texas at El Paso earning a B.B.A. in Business Administration. “This change is a natural progression for Stanton Street,” states O’Rourke. “Brian has…

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Are the Ghosts of Christmas Past and Present Haunting your Google Analytics?

Are the Ghosts of Christmas Past and Present Haunting your Google Analytics?

If you’re in charge of your company’s Google Analytics reports, then you may or may not have heard about ghost spam. If you’ve heard of it, and are currently battling it – we salute you. Ghost spam hijacks your Google Analytics ID (ex: UA-XXXXXXX-XX) and plops a fake visit in your analytics report. These visits don’t interact with your site at all, however, they bypass your site by requests of HTTP interactions to Google’s servers saying they did. This is…

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INBOUND 2016: Tech Nerd Paradise

INBOUND 2016: Tech Nerd Paradise

It’s been a whirlwind of a week in Boston and I’ve returned to Stanton Street with sore feet, a bag full of tchotchkes and many wicked cool ideas. The INBOUND 2016 conference had over 19K in attendance soaking up inspirational talks, educational breakout sessions, and opportunities to network with like-minded individuals from around the world. My personal schedule included sessions on web design, sales & marketing, legal contracts, social media and most importantly… lunch. No joke peeps, my schedule was jam packed…

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Is Your Website Ready for the Future? It MUST be Mobile-First!

Is Your Website Ready for the Future? It MUST be Mobile-First!

As predicted, mobile devices are well on their way to surpassing desktop computer use… and with this fulfilled prophecy comes many changes to user experiences across the industry. Mobile-First Design & Development Thankfully, Stanton Street has been utilizing a mobile-first approach for a few years already. Many of our most recent custom website redesigns are optimized for viewing on a smartphone, tablet or desktop. Google Search Index Remember searching for a topic on your smartphone then having to pinch and expand…

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Meeting the Online Needs of Growing Companies

Meeting the Online Needs of Growing Companies

We have several clients that have been with us for a number of years and we’ve seen them grow from small corporations into worldwide conglomerates. Because of this, their online needs change requiring either new functionalities or a brand new design altogether. Hunt Companies is definitely one of those clients and thankfully, we’ve been able to answer the call every time. The first step of their website redesign was re-identifying their goals and target audiences. Their current business structure more…

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