Modern technology is truly wonderful. These days anybody can create a business card or brochure and get it printed, set up a website or online presence, write social media posts...
We’ve all received them. Those cold emails from so-called 'SEO Experts' in Mumbai who confidently assure you that with their help they can guarantee you a prime 'Page 1' positioning on Google.
Putting it very simply, if you're any size of business and you're not on the web you don't exist. This may be blunt, but it's true.
Referral marketing is commonly referred to as ‘word of mouth marketing’. In the past this meant getting happy clients/customers to write a few words endorsing your product or service, which...
How do you start a conversation about a new website? Here are 10 questions you should ask when talking with a web designer.
Looking to release your inner designer? Here are six points to keep in mind...
Your business is so much more than just a logo. When placing an advertisement make sure you tell the whole story!
A while back I wrote this post explaining just why your business should have a ‘mobile-friendly’ (responsive) website. In the article I included the standard reasons, i.e.
We’ll start with a couple of simple economic truths. When things are going well businesses have more cash-flow.
Firstly, to clarify our position, we don’t believe the current New Zealand flag needs to, or should, be changed.
There‘s a lot more to ‘branding’ your business than just having a logo designed.
Just a few years ago there were far fewer options for viewing a website. The normal viewing environment was a computer, and the biggest worry for a web designer was...
Does the logo that you got the guy who printed your first run of business cards to throw together for you still cut it today?