When it comes to marketing and building brand awareness, there’s a lot to keep up with — from social media to newsletters to blogging and lots in between. It can feel overwhelming, and it’s easy to overthink it.
There are a lot of things about a new website to get excited about: Fonts! Colors! Pictures! But there’s a little something that almost always gets overlooked — the words.
We’ve all heard some form of the phrase, “Start strong, finish strong,” and that certainly applies to launching a website — what you do in the first month of your project has a huge impact on how happy you are at launch.
It’s not quite Halloween, but brick-and-mortar shop owners are already thinking ahead to the holiday season — and after this Grinch of a year, the forecast may not be looking so merry and bright. Many retailers haven’t had to depend on their websites for sales in the past, but this year will be different — and a little preparation can go a long way in getting your site ready to sell.
Display to the world your photography talents with a beautiful website.
Show off your city’s perks and services with a well-made website.
Keep your customers in-the-know and set yourself apart from competition by building a great website for your coffee shop.
Give parents of potential students and current students peace of mind by making your school an organized and efficient site.
Brewing is an ancient tradition, but that doesn’t mean your brewery business can skirt by without a website. Keep your customers in-the-know about everything from events to food truck schedules with a site tailored for your brewery’s needs.
Is your mobile site helping or hindering?