So, you’ve decided to invest in media for your business — whether it’s professional headshots, attractive product photography or anything in between. Now what?
There’s no business too small to benefit from branding. Whether you’re a tech startup just getting off the ground or a well-loved neighborhood bakery that’s been around for years, branding is your ticket to making a lasting impression.
Think about the most popular stories — Star Wars, Hunger Games, The Lord of the Rings. What do they all have in common? While these stories may differ vastly, they all follow a pretty standard framework. A hero, like Luke Skywalker, has a problem and meets a guide, like Yoda, who takes them on a journey.
“A picture is worth a thousand words.” Yes, it’s a cliche — but it takes on a whole new meaning when it comes to your website. Photos are the difference between just a website and a truly engaging digital presence.
Our Google Business Profile Checklist is your must-have resource for optimizing this free and easy tool to boost your business’s online presence.
Blogging is an investment for your business, and we’re here to make sure you’re getting the most out of that investment. Keep reading as we dive into what blogging mistakes to avoid, so you can get the best ROI possible.
Join us at Little Professor Bookshop in Pepper Place on September 21, 2023, for the next segment of One Quick Question Live. We’ll be chatting with Janna Stevens, Head of Project Strategy, about how to get quick and easy wins for your website.
Creating a new website is exciting. You get to pick fonts, colors and photography that represent your brand. But there’s something equally important that usually gets overlooked — the words.
Join us at Little Professor Bookshop in Pepper Place on August 17th, 2023, for the next segment of One Quick Question Live. We’ll be chatting with Alana Harmond, our Marketing Manager, about how to create and manage high-quality social media for a small business.
All the way back in 2020, Google announced that Google Analytics 4 (GA4) would replace Universal Analytics. The deadline to make the switch was July 1, 2023. So, now that we’re all using GA4, let’s take a look at the benefits.