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Building a Story Brand

Building a Story Brand

  Last year, a buzzword ripped through the content marketing space that most marketers were surprisingly thrilled about and eager to implement. Shockingly, it didn’t start with “virtual” or end with “intelligence”. Instead, it was what attracted most marketers to...

StoryBrand Your Website

StoryBrand Your Website

StoryBranding Your Website Isn’t That Hard Wrestling with your website builder to fit the StoryBrand Framework can take way too much time and energy. And StoryBrand Certified Guides and Agencies are expensive! The good news is, it doesn't have to be that hard......

Why is Good Hosting Important

Why is Good Hosting Important

For most business owners, their website is critical. It’s the first interaction that most people have with your business. So, making sure your site is up and running with effective web hosting is critical. Unfortunately, managing that also takes time and requires the...

3 steps to improve your SEO

3 steps to improve your SEO

3 steps to improve your SEO marketing for small businesses with a limited budget. Small businesses face many challenges with their digital marketing. They generally have smaller budgets, fewer resources, and weaker brand recognition. One of the best ways small...

Why so much bad web design?

Why so much bad web design?

Most of my clients come to me with valid complaints of being unable to get in touch with their web designer. Lots of clients feel their web designer did a sloppy job, didn’t finish the website, or didn’t listen to what they had to say. Sometimes it seems that I get...

Even Small Biz need a Big Brand

Even Small Biz need a Big Brand

Even a small business should have a big brand.   Building a successful brand is all about consistency. That’s why I offer an integrated approach to design. It’s about con­stantly rein­forc­ing what you stand for across all touchpoints — so your audi­ences grow to...

Stock Images

A stock image website is an extremely valuable resource for designers & entrepreneurs interested in design. Stock image websites contain an extensive library of high-quality images, graphics, and often videos, which you can use.

The majority of images we source from stock image websites are royalty free, which means that you can use them anywhere without having to credit anybody. When you use stock images you can also edit them to your likening and even distribute them in marketing campaigns — they’re perfect for most small businesses.

G Suite

The email offering within G Suite is simply a business version of Gmail. No training is needed for current Gmail users. You may or may not be fully aware of the extent of your free Gmail account functionality—but your Gmail account includes Google Calendar, Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Forms, Google Drawings, Google My Maps and Google Sites. G Suite includes collaborative business versions of all of these and more. G Suite does come at a cost: $6 per user per month for the Basic version. (But not only is this a nominal fee —it might be one of the easiest costs to justify).