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Big Things are Happening at Big Chief

Big Things are Happening at Big Chief CreativeSome Call It Web-Obsessed, We Call It Web-Centric. At Big Chief, we provide customized marketing services based around our results-driven methodology and proven Microfame™ marketing process. We specialize in organic Website Development, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Inbound Link Building Services, Pay-Per-Click, & Social Media Marketing for our clients in the Orange County and Los Angeles areas. We also provide content production including copywriting, video production, and interactive online media. Collectively, we’ve built over 500 websites on more platforms then you can shake a stick at, including the use of open-source content management systems such as WordPress, Magento, and Expression Engine.

We adhere to traditional marketing guidelines. While we spend a large percentage of our time marketing on the web, our roots are firmly planted in traditional marketing. We’re extremely research oriented, and provide everything from full-blown comprehensive marketing plans, demographics and statistical information, to product discovery and much more.

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BCCM Unveils Mobile-Friendly and Modern Website For Greenstar Home Services

Big Chief Creative Media (BCCM), an Orange County-based Digital Marketing and Website Design and Development firm, is thrilled to announce the launch of its latest website re-design for long-time client, Greenstar Home Services. After developing a strong agency/client relationship over many years, Greenstar entrusted BCCM to take on the strategy, design, and vision to master a complete overhaul of the brand’s updated web presence.

The redesign leaves Greenstar Home Services with a modern, gorgeous layout that is mobile-friendly and provides a great user experience for their customers.

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Facebook Continues its Video Initiative with Latest Update: Cover Videos

While checking out your favorite business or personal pages on Facebook, you may have noticed something a bit out of the ordinary as of late. You’re not imagining moving images — quite the contrary. The always-evolving social media platform recently released cover videos, which is an option outside of the static cover photo that lives on the top of both personal and business pages.

This is part of a 2017 push for more video content that Facebook announced late last year. In addition to announcing more prime visibility for businesses that post videos, the platform also announced that it will be producing original video content — similar to that of Amazon, YouTube, and BuzzFeed.

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BCCM Redesigns & Launches Kohn-Megibow Company’s New Website!

After 100 years of service, Kohn-Megibow Company launched its redesigned website, The largest restaurant equipment auction house in Southern California partnered with marketing experts Big Chief Creative Media (BCCM) to create a fresh, optimized site to help increase the successful company’s online presence.

“How many companies do you come across any more that have been in business over 100 years?” said Alex Ribble, founder of BCCM.

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Big Changes For Google AdWords Users!

The top-ranking search engine unveiled updates to its ad layout last month, most notably, completely removing all right-side ads.

What Changes Will You Notice?

Now users see four ads on the top of Google AdWords. Also, three text ads show at the bottom of the search engine results page (SERP), and the number of text ads decreased from a max of 11 to a max of seven.

Google’s update makes the desktop experience reflect a mobile user’s view by compacting visuals from advertisers.

Why Did Google Change the AdWords User Experience?

The Mountain View-based giant released a statement about the changes and said, it’s “designed for highly commercial queries where the layout can provide more relevant results for people searching and better performance for advertisers.”

It clarified the definition of highly commercial queries as “the types of searches where people express a deep intention to buy. We’ve been testing this layout for a long time, so some people might see it on a very small number of commercial queries.”

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