Safari Under the Stars benefits Brevard Zoo
April 28, 2013 - Posted by Joseph Grutta

Safari Under the Stars is an annual event held by Brevard Zoo, which helps raise funds used to care for their growing animal population. As a private not-for-profit, Brevard Zoo does not receive government funds and relies upon the generous support of the community.

11th Annual Caring Hearts Benefit
April 21, 2013 - Posted by Joseph Grutta

The weather held out for a fun evening at the home of Ed and Jeanne Andre, as supporters helped raise funds for the Cancer Care Centers Foundation. Proceeds will help support cancer victims and their families who suffer financial difficulties due to medical expenses or inability to work.

Health First Foundation Benefit Ball 2013
April 14, 2013 - Posted by Joseph Grutta

Over 550 guests attended this year’s Health First Foundation Benefit Ball Saturday night at the FIT Clemente Center. The event featured a stunning Bali Ha’i theme with decorations by Link Johnsten of Eau Gallie Florist. Proceeds from the event will go to the Hospice of Health First which provides end-of-life care to residents in our community.

Health First Ball Sponsor Party 2013
March 22, 2013 - Posted by Joseph Grutta

Almost 150 people attended a special thank you party for sponsors of the Health First Benefit Ball, which will benefit Health First Hospice. This year’s event took place at the beautiful home of Dr. and Mrs. Steven Karas. As of Thursday night, $360,000 had been donated by 134 generous sponsors.

Space Coast Sports Hall of Fame Opening Event
February 8, 2013 - Posted by Joseph Grutta

The Space Coast Sports Hall of Fame now has a new home at Maverick Sports Grill & Bar in Merritt Island. To celebrate, an opening event was held Thursday, February 7th where new inductees where honored.  Proceeds from the event benefited the Health First Foundation.

Devereux Centennial Celebration
December 4, 2012 - Posted by Joseph Grutta

This past Saturday almost 200 people turned out to help support Devereux as they celebrated their 100th anniversary, and 25 years of serving children with special needs and their families.

Funds raised at the event will help construct a 21,000 square foot therapeutic, multi-purpose wellness, learning and activity center for children, specifically those struggling with emotional, behavioral, learning and developmental disabilities.

The event also honored the Duda family for their 25 years of support.

Search Engine Optimization Basics | Nautic University Series
October 26, 2012 - Posted by Joseph Grutta

In this tutorial we will discuss why some websites come up higher than others in the search engines.

Search Engines

Search engines like Google and Bing are the table of contents of the internet, helping you to find the content that is most relevant to the terms, called keywords, you enter into them.

When a user does a search, they will see a list of pages relating to the keywords they have entered. For any given topic, there are likely many matches. Most people only look at the first one or two pages of results, so it’s important that you rank well for the terms you are targeting.

Setting Up Your Website

Keyword Research

As a marketer, it is important to consider what terms potential visitors may search for and incorporate those keywords throughout your copy. When doing so, it is often better to avoid generic terms. For example, a specific term like “wood floor installation” will likely have less competition then a generic term like “flooring.”

You can use Google’s keyword tool to help with keyword selection.

Meta Information

The search engines are smart and will look at the content of your site, but sometimes we want to emphasis what our pages are about. We can do this by using META information. This information is contained in the header section of a page.

The title tag is what the search engines will display as the link to your website. It is always a good idea to load this with two or three of your most relevant keywords from the page. This will help entice searchers to click on your link.

<title>Nautic Studios | Web Design | Web Marketing | Satellite Beach, Florida</title>

The description that appears below the link comes from the description tag.

<meta name="Description" content="Nautic Studios is a web design company. We build dynamic websites that generate excitement and prompt action.">

Note the title and description in our Google listing:

Each page on your site should have a title tag and a description tag. The title for each page should be different, containing keywords relevant to that page.


Search engines only understand text.  They don’t understand what your pictures are about, unless you tell them.  When writing the code for your website, you can add the alternate text attribute to the img tag. This will let the search engines know what your image is about.

<img src="get-in-touch.jpg" alt="Get in touch" />

Information Drives Traffic

The search engines don’t want to waste your time by showing you content that is irrelevant. They need a way to determine which pages, related to a topic, are the most popular. They do this by looking at how many other websites around the internet are linking to it. If a lot of people are linking to it, it must be of value. So, every time someone shares your link with their friends on Facebook, Tweets it on twitter, posts it in a forum, it helps your website.

Search engines also consider how popular the site linking to your website is. This affects how much weight the inbound link from that site is given when determining your site’s rank. It would be far more valuable for CNN to link to your website then it would be for your local newspaper, because CNN is a far bigger operation with many articles others have linked to and interacted with.

Social Media for Business Intro | Nautic University Series
October 25, 2012 - Posted by Joseph Grutta

This video will help you learn the basics of social media and how it can help your business.

If you find this video helpful, please like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, or subscribe to our RSS feed to stay posted on upcoming FREE tutorials.

Like Nautic Studios on Facebook:

Grape Escape XI: Palm Beach Gardens
October 13, 2012 - Posted by Joseph Grutta

Grape Escape, a Health First Foundation fundraiser, moved south this year to scenic Palm Beach Gardens, where over 260 guests enjoyed a fabulous seven course meal paired with fine wines. The event took place at Seasons 52 and raised nearly $300,000 that will help purchase vascular imaging technology.

Did you attend Grape Escape? Leave a comment letting us know how you enjoyed the event.

Apple Announces the iPhone 5
September 12, 2012 - Posted by Joseph Grutta

As expected, Apple announced their sixth generation iPhone today. The phone is called the iPhone 5 and has a thinner design with a larger screen, 4G LTE capability, and a new charging and data transfer interface called Lighting™.

“iPhone 5 is the most beautiful consumer device that we’ve ever created,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. “We’ve packed an amazing amount of innovation and advanced technology into a thin and light, jewel-like device with a stunning 4-inch Retina display, blazing fast A6 chip, ultrafast wireless, even longer battery life; and we think customers are going to love it.”

The phone features:

  • iOS 6 with over 200 new features
  • A6 CPU (2x faster than the A5 in the iPhone 4GS)
  • 4-inch Retina™ display with a 16:9 aspect ratio
  • 1136 x 640 resolution with 326 pixels per inch
  • 8 MP back camera with 1080p video capability (30 fps)
  • 1.2 MP front camera with 720p video capability
  • 802.11a/b/g/n wireless
  • Bluetooth 4.0

The phone will come in black  & slate and white & silver and ship with 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB of storage space.

You can pre-order your new iPhone starting on September 14th and they will ship on September 21st.

Here in the U.S., the new phone will be offered on the AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint networks.

Used with permission. Photo courtesy of Apple.

Used with permission. Photo courtesy of Apple.

Used with permission. Photo courtesy of Apple.

RSS Feed

    Signup for our newsletter  


Rep Login
Home Internships Facebook
About Reseller Program
Services Positions Twitter
Blog RSS
FAQ Terms of Use
Contact Privacy Policy  
Copyright 2010-2015 Nautic Studios LLC. All rights reserved.
Proudly serving the Melbourne, Florida area and beyond.
(321) 684-7460