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One-page website designs are beautiful examples of order, simplicity, and conciseness. When is a one-page website useful?
At the heart of any successful business is a clear website that connects with your clients. Having the wrong words on your website can mean you’re missing out on clients who are looking to you to solve their problems. Check out the website design and copy package.
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There's no denying there are countless template options to be found online today to purchase for both web and print marketing requirements. But there are things you should consider before using them.
More information about a product or service can be obtained quickly by scanning QR codes. This type of marketing strategy allows businesses to communicate direct to their customers via the user’s device.
When it comes to picture file formats, there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all solution. With so many options for saving and exporting your images, deciding might be difficult.
Business cards are little rectangles with a lot of possibilities. They're old school but still cool. Every business card you hand out is an opportunity to gain a new customer. Are yours giving them the right message?
Your clients are searching for your products and services online - there’s no question about that. To compete in today’s uber-competitive market, you need a strong online presence. We’re not talking about a DIY website and a Facebook page.
There are many marketing options available to businesses today. Not all are needed or necessary for every business, but all businesses will have a core set of marketing items with other items tried and added over time.
You want to get in front of more clients - especially with the way things are for most businesses at the moment... But it’s frustrating when your visual branding is dated and not connecting with your market.
Like the old saying goes, “if a picture speaks a thousand words then a video must speak a million”. By guest blogger Frederick Müller of My Promo Video.
Do you have a customer engagement strategy for your business? What marketing channels do you use to engage with them? Are you making the most of your database?
These past months have definitely shown us the need to re-assess our businesses marketing strategies and material.
Being able to write words that sell is an essential skill needed to grow your business. By guest blogger Katrina Pace of Words for Wellness.
Not often thought about as a sales tool, but footers and email signatures are also a chance to sell or promote your products or services.
But where are you? Where are you to be found? There’s been a big call to action over these past months to get a website...
Nurture and grow your audience. As a business owner, your email list should be considered gold.
Adding something new into your marketing mix can revive existing customers and attract a new audience group entirely!
What’s new for your business this year? Have you got your vision working or is it jumbled like an unmade jigsaw?
How to offer your company brochure viewing options online.
Get excited about the latest digital printing options for your next marketing item.
Mailchimp Audience Targeting Functions explained
Do you know what they are? and are you implementing them in your business as part of your marketing strategy?
You’ve decided on your business idea, now the real work starts in building your brand.
When's the best day to send? Plus tips to entice your reader
The print industry is undergoing a big revolution – finding its place alongside the online world.
Email Marketing is said to be one of the strongest marketing channels.
E-books are one of the best ways to educate existing customers and attract new ones to generate leads.
If you’re sending out your e-newsletter most entirely of images you may want to rethink that strategy.
What I take into consideration when designing.
Your marketing’s layout consistency is so important.
Are you putting out an e-mail Newsletter or printed Newsletter for your customers?
You know the old saying, A picture is worth a thousand words. Well that could hold true for your blog or business as well.
Needing to update your website but don't know how or where to start?
Does your business have a Master Logo File?
Curiosity, sincerity and a willingness to share and assist; it’s a healthy attitude when networking and the results can be very rewarding.
4 Ways Customer Payment Plans Help Your Business Grow
At work, we can often face stressful situations...
Is Your Business Ready?
Create Your Own Disney Magic & Keep Your Customers Happy
One of first steps in scaling a business is putting more people on the job.
Bringing in new business is and always will be important. However, marketing does not end when the ink is dry on the contract.
Strategic marketing and PR are obviously very important to the success of local owner-operators.
We all know we should be doing newsletter marketing. It’s a good way to engage with customers...
Not everyone is Online all at once, remember Offline Marketing is just as important.
A business begins with a name and gets a Logo designed around that. Now they’ve got to start marketing the business – but how?
The BRP evolved from an online marketing course.
I have been self-employed for the last seven years and in this time the world of online marketing has changed enormously.
I’ve learnt the branding concept of keeping the look and feel of a company consistent across all mediums creates an identity that show consistency and therefore portrays reliability and professionalism to the market.