Whether you are farmer's market vendor or brick-n-mortar store owner, postcards make great handbills. The glossy presentation is eye catching, the thick stock feels good in the hand, and 2 sides gives you lots of room for design and information. This week I printed up an information & location postcard for my client The Glenn … Continue reading Use A Postcard As A Handbill
Here is a simple truth about your business's web presence: the more useful, relevant, and positive data about your business on the web, the better it is for your business regardless of how small or insignificant the data may seem. In my last blog post I discussed easy ideas for making regular changes and updates … Continue reading 7 Ways To Expand Your Web Presence
Many business owners don't give their website much attention after it's been built and published. For whatever reasons their website becomes a static brochure that fulfils a very basic role. But, making regular updates and changes to your website is good for search engines, humans, performance, and security. Here is a list of updates and changes you can easily and inexpensively enact on a regular basis.
I will fully admit and embrace the fact that I am a bit of a misanthrope. It's true: I tend to be weary of people (thus, easily annoyed) even though I am good natured, gregarious, and warm hearted. So I will take a bit of the responsibility for the following rant-business-phone-tip you're about to read. … Continue reading Tell Me Yours Before You Ask Me For Mine