10 Crucial Steps to Designing a Logo for Your Company

January 16, 2016

World renowned companies are recognizable at a glance. You know it’s Mac when you see that apple. When you see that simple swoosh, you know it’s Nike. Aside from their built reputation, the logos are recognizable for a reason. Only the best designers can convey the company’s history and the direction of its activities, as […]

Quickly Create a Facebook Cover with Instagram Photos

January 3, 2016

Sometimes I like to create a collage of Instagram photos for my personal or business Facebook cover. Three notable services to accomplish this includes Iconosquare, Pic Stitch or Insta Cover. My personal favorite is Iconosquare. Pic Stitch, an Android and IOS app, requires too much leg work since it does not talk directly to Instagram. […]

Kylo Ren Art & Memes We Hate to Love

December 24, 2015

A while back we showcased some “Force Awakens” artwork, but this time, we wanted to delve more into Kylo Ren art and explore a character who has become a hated and iconic villain we cannot ever forget. The dark force user, Kylo Ren, in the mega-blockbuster Star Wars: The Force Awakens was more intriguing than […]

Ten Cute Christmas Fonts for Holiday Cards

December 12, 2015

This year, we were looking around for different Christmas fonts to possibly do something cute with our logo and for our holiday cards to customers. Needless to say, there are more holiday fonts than stocking stuffers at the Duggars. Candy Cane Font My favorite holiday font ended up being this candy cane font since the […]

Rocky Artwork by Sylvester Stallone Himself

December 5, 2015

I proudly grew up watching Rocky movies. As a kid, I most fondly remember Rocky 3, but of course, the original Rocky movie is the most original and critically acclaimed of the franchise (and my personal favorite). I know many people mock the film’s growing saga, but I’ve alway nostalgically enjoyed each installment. The new […]

Netflix Jessica Jones Review and Artwork

November 22, 2015

As an avid Marvel comic collector back in the 90’s, I just barely missed the introduction of Jessica Jones in 2001’s Alias #1. Recently, Netflix launched a new widely anticipated series, Jessica Jones, starring the character, which has been an exceptional alternative to the typical Marvel family friendly climate. This gritty, and very adult-themed, saga […]

Shopify Apps You Need to Increase Sales This Holiday Season

November 20, 2015

This holiday season is a goldmine for sales opportunities. Last year around 78% of customers used the internet to help supplement holiday shopping, and around 92% of shoppers will go online this year to make purchases. Try to serve holiday shoppers well with these Shopify apps designed to help increase conversion rates.     AbandonAid – […]

How to Overcome A Google Algorithm Penalty

November 19, 2015

Google has been very busy updating algorithms to reward high-quality websites over spammy websites and blackhat SEO. The Penguin, Panda and “Mobile-geddon” algorithm shifts have been the most notorious as of late, and ever since 2013, it seemed that we were a victim experiencing incredibly low search engine rankings. For years, we appeared in the […]

5 Factors to Start a Successful Online Business

November 15, 2015

Back in 2008, we started Printkeg, an online commercial printer, as a way to salvage a failing print shop. A while ago we described our beginnings, so there’s no need to rehash that story again. Now we can explore the five key contributions and factors that we feel helped us create a million dollar online […]

Amazing Tools For Small E-Commerce Business Owners

November 7, 2015

As a small online business owner, there are some nifty tools I depend on to maintain my e-commerce website. As a company owner, I have to worry about everything: marketing, quality control, finances, customer service, SEO and more. As far as running the online side of things, these tools can be extremely helpful. 1. Grammarly […]