One thing all businesses have in common is the need to grow. So, how do you find customers? First, call Marcy Design at 614-224-6226. We are experts in website design, marketing materials and advertising campaigns. Located in Columbus, Ohio, Marcy Design is an award-winning team of creative professionals.
Marcy Design is an experienced team of creative professionals. Our clients trust us with their website design, marketing, advertising and social media campaigns. Marcy Design will provide your business with innovative marketing ideas and a plethora of creative energy. By working with us, your business can become more effective at marketing and increase sales through both online and traditional methods.
Marcy Design can create a professional website design and produce materials you need to communicate. Marcy Design can develop your brand, describe your product or service, explain features and benefits. More importantly, Marcy Design can find customers and help your business grow. Marcy Design experience overview:
– Over 28 years in business
– Over 20 million impressions
– 15,000 marketing projects
– Over 1,000 websites produced
– Over 220 industry awards
– In-house web design
Website Design is Important to Your Business Success
If you aren’t a professional web designer yourself, how can you evaluate the samples you see from website design companies? In other words, what makes a great-looking website? To help you separate the best from the rest, here are three easy ways to spot a great web design:
#1: It Looks Professional – By this we mean it uses conventional colors, spacing, and layout schemes. It’s often very apparent when you see a website design that doesn’t look professional, because you wonder how old it is and who built it.
#2: It Uses Lots of White Space – A website design that has a cramped feeling is hard to read, use, and understand. One with plenty of white space is easier on the eyes, and makes scanning your content much faster.
#3: It Matches the Company’s Personality – Your business shouldn’t have a website design that looks like every other website. From the colors and fonts to other design elements, it should look like it was designed specifically for your organization. Spotting great websites gets a lot easier when you know where to look, so pay attention to these three elements in your next design.
Here’s a simple piece of advice today that can help you get a better business website design from any creative team you’re going to work with: Pay attention to your first impressions. In other words, there is still a ton of work ahead of you when you see an initial layout. Coding, images, text changes, and so much more are still to come – not to mention the development of your Internet marketing plan itself. And yet, that first instinct of whether you like the layout and colors, whether it seems like a good fit for your company’s personality, and whether it seems easy to use and navigate is almost always one you can trust. If your first impression of a business website is positive, then you’re probably on the right track..
Your Website Needs to Be Mobile Ready
Business owners were forced to step up and take notice when Google announced that it would start factoring mobile website design compatibility into its search algorithm. And if your website doesn’t already have mobile functionality, you should make it a priority to do so.
That’s because most industry experts agree that mobile web users – those accessing the Internet via smart phones and tablets – overtook so-called “traditional” Internet users at in 2014. In other words, your business was already being punished for a lack of mobile compatibility. Having Google spell it out just made things worse.
Companies that don’t have mobile-friendly websites are farther behind in the Internet marketing game then they think. If you find yourself in that position now, you should call us today and see how easy it is to get the mobile-compatible web presence you need to compete online.
Social Media, the Next Frontier
A lot of business owners want to put social media to use for their companies, but don’t know how. If you’ve found yourself confused about the best way to take advantage of social channels, here are three ways you can use your Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn accounts to help the bottom line:
#1: To Meet New Customers and Vendors – If you are active on social media profiles, it’s only a matter of time before someone – perhaps a friend of an existing customer – approaches you about doing business. The easiest way to make this happen is simply to be present and active on the major social websites.
#2: To Promote New Content and Specials – Once you build up a following on social media, you can use your profiles to advertise discounts, product lunches, and even new pieces of content (like blog posts and white papers).
#3: For Customer Service and Recruiting – These are technically two things, of course, but the point is that social media is great for helping you organize the “people” side of your business. For anything that can be done one-on-one, social media can be a real-time-saver.
A lot of marketers are still clinging to the good old days – roughly two years ago – when they could post a funny photo or inspirational quote on Facebook and see lots of traffic being driven to their websites.
We’d love to help your business or organization with your website design and development, marketing and advertising campaigns. So, let’s catch up and see how we can help you achieve your goals. You found us! Let’s chat about your business. Call Marcy Design at 614-224-6226 today.