Have you created an official logo for your business? If so, yay, great for you! If not, it’s time to seriously think about one. I’ll be completely honest with you – I’m not a fan of DIY logos. So many people pay too little attention to their logos and try to get one the cheapest way possible. If your business is new and you don’t have the cash, I can understand being budget-conscious and taking some shortcuts,
You’ve hired someone to help with your marketing. Wondering how to work with a designer? For many business owners, working with a creative of any sort – graphic, web, copywriter, marketing agency, etc. can be a bit scary and overwhelming. Many have never worked with someone else on their marketing and it’s not always clear how the process should work. Some creative professionals have a tendency to be unclear about their process and communication can be complicated.
“Should I outsource my social media?” is one of the most popular questions I get these days. My answer to this is similar to many answers to business questions: It depends. I’m not just going to leave you with this vague, and half-hearted answer. I’m going to tell you exactly why.
The first thing I want to clarify is that social media outsourcing comes in many shapes and sizes. It’s important to realize that just because a social media service provider offers a specific package or arrangement for their services,
Facebook’s newly launched Timeline for Pages caught most everyone off-guard. News had been traveling that Timeline for Pages was coming, and it was expected to be announced at the Facebook Marketing Conference (fMC) held in New York on February 29. Much to most of the world’s surprise, we woke up Februray 29 to Timeline already released an available to preview on our Pages. AHH!
You’re probably hearing all of the buzz about Timeline for Pages,
Update: May 30, 2012. Since this post was originally written, I’ve completely redesigned this site to a Responsive Design. Responsive is a new design method that dynamically resizes the webpage to adapt to the device it’s being viewed on. This is something that must be created by a web professional, so for a quick and simple solution, I still recommend WP Touch.
A couple of weeks ago, I was listening to a webinar featuring Chris Brogan.
I’ve been reviewing a lot of websites lately. Whatever industry your business is in, there are some common things that every website should contain in order to be effective in converting visitors into customers. Does your website contain each of the items on this 5 point checklist? If not, you could be leaving some serious money on the table because people just aren’t enticed to further engage with you and your business.
You own your own business; you’re fearless. There’s a world of success and wealth in your future. You can accomplish anything; you should be able to make your own website, right?
How much of my business website can I do myself? Ah…the million dollar question. I get asked this question so often, it makes my head spin. Like the answer to so many things people ask me, the answer is it depends.