Monthly Archives: September 2013

7 Reasons You Need To Market with Social Media

7 Reasons You Need To Market With Social Media

Social Media is a great way to conveniently connect with your customers via your computer, tablet, or smart phone.

Social Media is an excellent way to connect with existing and potential customers.
Build Trust, Communicate Quickly, Survey Simply, Hold Contests, Drive Traffic to Your Website, and best of all You Can Do It All Yourself!
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Sex Sells, Quality Design Does Too

Sex Sells, Quality Design Does Too

It draws us close to a business, takes us for a ride, and makes sure we don’t forget. (Red Lips © Jenny Rollo)

We know sex sells in advertising. But did you know the quality of your design is just as important?

It has a pull of attraction that we can’t always explain. It draws us close to a business, takes us for a ride, and makes sure we don’t forget.
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Refresh Your Website: Stay Modern Stay Up To Date

Refresh Your Website: Stay Modern Stay Up To Date

Your website isn’t a static form of marketing. It needs to grow and evolve with your company.

Old websites don’t make a good first impression to your audience. Websites are not static forms of advertising. They should evolve and grow with your business. Do you offer new services? Have you experienced staff changes? Have you moved across town? Have your prices changed? Your site needs to reflect the current state of your business in a clean and effective manner.

Fix Problems, Streamline, and Add Features
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Color Theory: It’s More Than Meets The Eye, It’s Psychology

Color Theory: It's More Than Meets the Eye, It's Psychology

There is a lot to Color Theory, it actually involves Psychology.

Colors affect mood and behavior. Did you know some colors are stimulants and others are depressants? They each have different emotions associated with them. This is incredibly important when designing effective brands. Use the wrong one and you could dilute your message, or even impose the exact opposite on your audience…

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