Gleneden Ridge Design Blog
Building your business into a recognized brand can be a long, daunting, and arduous process. There will be many areas of your corporate branding that do not conform to anything else that you have. Your company stationery may have your logo on, but may not use the same fonts as your brochure, which may not use the same colors as your advertising, which have completely different imagery to your website.
There are many ways to market your products and services online. Your website is of course the cornerstone of your online campaigns, and in this post, we outline some of the more popular ways of using online marketing to bring prospects to your website and turn them into clients.
Website Design: Compiling Content. There are lots of things to consider when you are creating a website. one of the most important is content – your text, images, and graphics.
We take pictures on our phones all of the time. Of family, events, and day-to-day stuff. The quality of these photos varies by phone and camera type, but in general, these days, phone cameras a far better than they ever where, in some case, they may even approach what you’d get with an actual camera. However, when it comes to picture usage, there are some applications where you do need to be sure of your quality, for example:
We’ve been talking a fair bit about websites and social media, but lets not forget old school technology: brochures, flyers, posters, stationery and other printed collateral.
WordPress, Blogs and Social Media: Tying them together
Some people think that you build a website and that’s it; you leave it and other people look at it. But it doesn’t work like that. Not any more.
These days, you need to go through a bit of a research, planning, and creation process to make sure your website is going to work for you and not be a waste of time. Here’s an outline of this process from our experience.
What is SEO and how can it help my business?
The business world is full of jargon, and this is especially true of the marketing world. The problem is, that much of this jargon is either ill conceived, misunderstood, or just plain useless, and there are many small businesses out there that simply cannot identify with what can be perceived as nonsensical or pretentious jabber.
Back in the old days, websites were built using HTML code to create a page. These days, things are a whole lot easier. Now, we have Content Management Systems.