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Stop. It’s Hammer-time.js.

The MC Hammer classic “Can’t Touch This” is echoing in my mind. Why? Because of this totally rad touch gesture support called Hammer.js. Developed entirely by volunteer contributors, Hammer.js can support general touch gestures and be modified for custom ones. Touch gesture is a way of describing how a person interacts with the screen on […] Read more

Organic Search vs. Paid Search — Choose Your Online Advertising Tactic Wisely

Cost-prohibitive and inconsistent, traditional advertising outlets aren’t necessarily the easiest path to generating new business. When a potential customer needs a service or product, they don’t wait for a creative commercial to interrupt their evening — they go online. As a business owner, you’ve got to meet your audience on their turf, with paid and […] Read more

Oct, 12, 2016


Facebook Event Reminders: How to Use Them in Your Favor

In the past few years of social media growth, we’ve seen Facebook take on many changes. From the way newsfeeds have been set up, to the way we can interact with others and share new content, even to how we are notified about upcoming events – whether we were personally invited, or Facebook simply told […] Read more

Congrats to Ben Kiger, First-Ever Recipient of the High Five Award

Stand And Stretch is proud to announce the introduction of the High Five Award, a monthly title to be given to a worker who went above and beyond their requested duties. We pride ourselves on working with the best and the brightest, and earning a High Five means one of our already great employees has […] Read more

What’s the Best e-Commerce Store? BigCommerce vs. Shopify vs. Magento

If you’re in the retail business, chances are you’ve at least considered moving your goods online (if you haven’t done so already). Today, with all the ease of clicking and buying from one’s own home, it’s no surprise that online sales have seen incredibly high rates of growth in the past few years – with […] Read more

YouTube Copyright Claims Aren’t a Video Death Sentence

Note: While this blog comments of fair use policy, it should not be considered legal advice. After hours of painstaking edits, you can finally see the finish line of your big video project. Immaculate cuts and color correction create stunning visuals. You managed to find just the right balance between informational and humorous tones. All […] Read more

Snappy TV: Your Real-Time Marketing Tool

Recently we wrote a blog post on real-time content marketing with a focus on Facebook Live. Real-time marketing is a great way for your brand to connect with audiences in an authentic way, and it is becoming a major part of all social media platforms. Today we bring another great resource to help you with […] Read more

Aug, 08, 2016


Pokemon Go Is a Digital Marketing Must

Pokemon Go presents a huge opportunity for digital marketers like us at Stand and Stretch. Everyone — from fully-grown adults like our fearless leader, Lucas Shaffer, to his six-year-old son — found themselves swept up in the craze. The mobile app hit the market July 6th and the world lost its mind. Harnessing some combination of technology, […] Read more

Email Retargeting Provides Precision

Tired of sending mass email after mass email? We don’t just want to ‘blast’ your services and products into outer ‘email’ space. We’ve always brought you the best and most advanced technology when advertising, so here is our latest: Email Retargeting. If you missed our latest Sit And Learn Webinar about this amazingly ‘creepy’ service, […] Read more

Locations from Facebook Gives You Page Control

Managing your business’ social presence is fun. Until it’s cumbersome. Success usually means growth, and growth means more balls in the air. We at Stand and Stretch have been growing and we now operate our business from three physical locations. This is great news for our clients, but it does mean more social media pages […] Read more

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