Natalie Ryder

Natalie Ryder

Graphic Designer & Web Developer at Snaptactix
Natalie utilizes her web savvy, a keen eye for detail, and a bit of magic to make your Snaptactix experience delightful.
To unwind after hours of writing code or perfecting a design, Natalie likes to go out swing dancing or stay home alone and solve jigsaw puzzles.
Natalie Ryder

Get Traffic Without Paying For it

Sep 26, 2016 - by
Snaptactix Staff Author

Did you know you can increase website traffic without marketing? I know, I know...It sounds too good to be true. But, it is. Marketing is one of the most important aspects when it comes to...

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Is Your List Dead? Learn How to Activate Subscribers!

Aug 19, 2016 - by
Snaptactix Staff Author

At this point, roughly 80% of all email databases are considered to be “inactive.” These dormant subscribers have stopped engaging with your emails, and have been silent for months. As you would...

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5+ Budget-Friendly Ways to Improve Website Traffic

Jul 18, 2016 - by
Snaptactix Staff Author

Want to get more website traffic without breaking the bank? Of course you do! If you’re like many other business owners, you may be enthusiastic about your company, but unsure of how to go...

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6 Easy Ways to Grow Website Traffic From Instagram

Jun 20, 2016 - by
Snaptactix Staff Author

With its stunning visuals and easy-to-use platform, it’s no wonder why Instagram is the fastest growing social media app with over 300 million users. When it comes to generating website traffic,...

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Must-Haves for Creating a High Converting Lead Magnet

May 27, 2016 - by
Snaptactix Staff Author

A big, strong email list is one of the foundations of any successful online endeavor, whether it's an ecommerce site or just a blog. It's a low risk, high return marketing channel that helps you do...

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15+ Ways to Attract More Website Readers

May 2, 2016 - by
Snaptactix Staff Author

Picture a reader bookmarking your site. Adding your site to their RSS feed. They’ve come across one of your links on Twitter. Something about it struck them, compelled them, and was relevant to...

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