Website Design Plus Blog
Helpful branding bits and design things for your business.
Top 10 Reasons Clients Hate Your Website
Your website is the window to your business. It needs to be easy to use and easy on the eyes or your site viewers are going to click that back button and search for the next business on the search results list. If you’ve had your website up for a while and aren’t seeing any
Do I need a website or will social media profiles be enough for my small business?
Does every business need a website? Short answer, yes. Most people like to do research before doing business with a new company. Your website is your opportunity to tell your story in your own voice without the restrictions of a third-party platform, like social media applications, and their restrictions on content. However, social media today
Make a Positive Site Experience with a Call to Action
When I walk into a restaurant and there is no hostess to greet me or a “Please Seat Yourself” sign I’m left wondering what I should do. Do I wait for someone or can I go in and sit down? I begin to feel foolish for just standing there and I’m already associating a negative
Biggest Mistake Small Businesses Make with Their Social Media
The biggest mistake with social media that a small business can make is using it as an advertising platform. People hate ads. Just like in the old days when we used to change the channel or turn down the radio when a commercial came on, people will now scroll past your post, or worse, unfollow
How to Create a Logo for Your Small Business
There’s a lot of thought that goes into creating a unique, well-designed logo for your small business. Your logo is part of your visual branding package. It helps create trust with your client base. Even if you are just starting out, it communicates to people you are an established and a legitimate business while acting as a symbol your
Which Social Media Is Best for Businesses?
Social media marketing has become a top growth tactic for many businesses because it allows you to connect directly with your consumers and potential consumers. You can deliver your message to a relevant audience and provide more personalized customer service. That’s all fine and good, but using social media to grow your business requires more