As our Senior Account Manager, Natasha draws on over eight years of account and project management experience to lead our account team in providing exceptional service and work to a diverse roster of clients in all areas of digital marketing. She began her career working in Los Angeles at William Morris Endeavor, where she spent several years learning the entertainment industry and growing her account and project management skills. Upon returning to her hometown in South Florida, she began working in marketing and advertising as an Account Executive at Zimmerman, notably working on the Save-a-Lot and Lumber Liquidators national accounts.
Natasha provides daily hands-on service to clients both large and small, offering timely, creative solutions to meet their digital marketing needs. Natasha’s attention to detail, client service, and digital marketing knowledge allows her to excel and lead the team in client collaborations to create relevant and impactful digital marketing campaigns.
Natasha is a graduate of Penn State University, and in her free time, she loves spending time with friends and family, staying active, and soaking in the sun.
New in Google Mobile Search: Flash Websites, You Have Been Warned
Google has taken what may be the final shot at the bow of Adobe Flash by issuing “Flash” warnings in Google mobile search.
Remember when most restaurant, bar, and brand websites were built in Adobe Flash? Thankfully, the decidedly more mobile-friendly HTML5 has taken over as the design language of choice. There are Flash websites still around, though, but maybe not for much longer. As of today, Google is warning Google mobile search users about the poor mobile experience of Flash websites via a pre-load warning. This includes not only iOS devices (where Flash doesn’t work at all), but also Android and Microsoft devices that technically can load Flash.
If your website is still coded in Flash, this should be the final wake-up call to move swiftly to a different (read more mobile friendly) website technology. It’s a certainty that this pop-up warning will scare off visitors. And even if a visitor clicks “Try Anyway”, the experience will not be what people have come to expect of responsive mobile-friendly websites. Then there’s the SEO ramifications of Flash – with its embedded text, it’s simply not a friend of search engine marketing.
It’s safe to say that with over half of all internet traffic coming from mobile devices these days, Flash has officially worn out its welcome.Matt Bray, Client Strategist]]>