We just launched the very first web site for the new business 3D Power Clean. Specializing in heat treated pressure washing, 3D Power Clean provides environmentally friendly commercial grade cleaning solutions for commercial and residential customers.
Check out 3D Power Clean's first web site today by visiting https://www.3dpowerclean.com
We just launched a new web site for the Living History Re-enactment Association in St Louis, Missouri. LHRA had some technical issues with a previous site and needed someone to take it over in a stable manner. We rebuilt the LHRA site from the ground up including an entirely new design. The end result is a responsive, organized web site that showcases the unique offerings of the LHRA and information for it's members across America.
More about LHRA:
"The LHRA, Inc. is an organization that uses public battle reenactments, public and private displays of military memorabilia, uniforms, equipment and vehicles to not only honor Veteran’s of all wars, but to educate the public about the history behind these events. The LHRA participates in parades, air shows, media projects, documentaries, movies, battle reenactments, classroom teachings, etc. The LHRA is also
Many companies are getting their own app these days, you may think "I have a web site, that's good enough". While having a website is critical for any business, a mobile app is quickly becoming an integral part of the marketing plan for a lot of companies. The reason a mobile app is so important is usability, its incredibly convenient to use an app for a business you frequent. You most likely have an online banking app on your phone, think about how often you swipe open that app, its convenient and quick. More often than not, in your banking app you may have special offers from them and occasionally "member benefits" giving you special deals with third parties. This type of marketing does work, and it works well. It is statistically proven that people who use an
DIY is all the rage these days, especially with services like Wix, GoDaddy, etc. The problem with DIY marketing is that it's limited by skillset. Do you prepare your own taxes? Do you cut your own hair? Experts exist in each field for a reason, and while DIY marketing is very tempting, and may seem easy it's not always effective. Bad marketing can actually hurt your business, we've heard the phrase "ahh, just try it, what can it hurt?", quite a bit actually. If you're spreading the wrong message, or the right message in the wrong way you can damage potential relationships, hurt first impressions and more. If it's a job worth doing, it's a job worth doing right. It will cost more to have a professional in your corner, but it's your business, you've worked
Being in control of every aspect of your business is obviously critical. There are areas where you're not as in control as you think. A perfect example of this is Social Media, if your company relies on a Facebook page
Well, it's January 2020 and it seems like the amount of companies offering online marketing increases weekly. There are a myriad of places to choose from. You could go the DIY route, spend $20 a month, do it all yourself and hope for the best. There's places online that'll do it for any dollar amount you can think of, often times these places have no customer service and might even be outsourcing critical components to an overseas department of people that don't really truly understand your business or what you need. Then of course there are companies in your backyard (such as ourselves) offering professionally developed web sites, SEO, pay-per-click ads and more. We've been developing websites and helping businesses grow for over 15 years now. There are competitors who charge more, there are
We hear this question all the time, how much should I spend on my marketing? Most businesses on average spend 10-12% of their budget on their marketing/advertising efforts. Up to 45% of their marketing budget is exclusively reserved for digital, and that is expected to double by 2021. The trend toward digital is increasing and growing all the time, more and more people are turning away from traditional advertising methods (phone books, billboards, radio and TV ads). Digital advertising and marketing is measurable, faster to adjust and has a broader reach.
If you're a new business, you may be wondering what does 10-12% of my budget mean to me? The simplest way to solve this, is to ask yourself "how much do I want to make this year?" and figure a minimum of 11% of that number