One of the biggest investments you will make into your business is your companies overall brands look. One of the most important aspects of this will be your logo. There is a multitude of ways to have your business be represented by your logo. As you can tell by the various companies, I have launched I prefer word base logos. I love the simplicity of a great font paired with the right color. In addition to that, you can tell I have a love affair with scripted font.
For almost two or three years, I have been talking about the importance of having a local marketing and customer retention plan while most experts or gurus were pushing people to dump all their eggs into the social media basket. Last month, Twitter announced they would be closing the Vine platform. Causing people to go into a tizzy of what they should be doing regarding social media and growing their business.
If you have shopped on a small business owners website in the last year or read most blogs you have encounter a pop up or opt in that alerts customers or readers to sign up for a newsletter. This is a great way to increase your newsletter subscribes by offering them a free gift for subscribing. Today, I want to teach you how to design a newsletter opt in for your website that wows.
In all honesty, this was something I wanted to package as an eCourse, but instead, I decided to create a visual post to help small business owners create better Call To Action banners for their websites. We have discussed Call To Actions also known as CTA’s in these past two articles; How To Create Calls of Action and 3 Styles of Call To Action For Holiday. To make these even easier for the small business owner on a tight budget, we will make these call to action banners in Picmonkey which is a free design platform.
Home office decor has been on my mind for some time. It is something ICB Consults discusses with its clients. Having a space in their space for their business. Who doesn’t want a Pinterest worthy home office space. I’m going to spend the next month helping you get your home office together.