Monthly Archives: May 2016


Audit your webpage design from a visitors POV

Every so often, you should take a hard look at your webpage design from the point of view of a first time visitor. Walk through each page as if you had never seen the site before. Identify and […]


Consistently building your brand

Consistently building your brand takes effort. If you want to build and maintain a strong brand, you’ll need to focus on what your customers want and how you can guarantee to deliver it. You’ll need to be consistent […]


First step in creating a brand

What is the first step creating a brand? Successful brand creation is about promoting your strengths. Start by thinking about what you’re good at and what you believe in as a business. For example: particular skills – such […]


Brand Building | Stand out from the crowd

Every business wants to be a customer’s first choice. Brand building and managing a brand can play a significant part in making that happen. The concept of a brand building extends far beyond just your company logo to […]


Managing your brand

It’s a good idea to get one person to take responsibility for your brand management or brand strategy – if you can’t do it yourself, appoint a qualified employee or in-source a brand manager. All of your employees, […]


Basics of branding for startup’s or re-branding

Websites play a significant role in building and strengthening brands. Whether you’re re-launching a website or introducing a new one, it’s a powerful opportunity to position your company for success. “Today’s consumers are increasingly likely to first encounter your brand online than off, and even those who get their first impression of your brand in print often follow up with a Google search.


Why I Think Social Media is a Necessary Evil

In a recent online survey of more than 460 small business owners, proprietors and CEOs, 63% said that they spend 1-5 hours on social media every week. The rest are spending much more, with some business owners spending […]


Company websites have become the primary spaces where people interact with brands.

From 2007 to 2011, Mitsubishi Motors saw its sales to Millennials drop almost 30%. Through research, the company learned that these consumers — born between the 1980s and 2000 — couldn’t get information they wanted from the Mitsubishi […]