When you create smart, modern ways to communicate with your intended customers when and where they are ready, it shows.
Plus, when you're crafting your services and products always remembering to put people first, they'll notice.
Think about making your business objectives
all about them. They'll thank you.
All of this "it's about them", and "put them first" business?
It's precisely how you build your true brand.
Consider professional help. The good kind.
Artists typically have lots of ideas. They also generally want to let the rest of us know what they are.
Tom Nix, a central New Jersey builder and home remodeler with a unique past that includes being one of the region's most successful concert promoters, had some songs, a friend with a guitar, and a desire to perform live again.
As clients often do, he came to me with the innocent phrase, "Hey, Tony, I've got this idea. But I'm not sure what I'm going to do. You in?"
On our Blues In Disguise case history page is a rundown of what we produced over seven-plus years, including web sites, CDs, DVDs, EPs, posters, banners, t-shirts, e-blasts, tickets, rubber stamps (!), direct mail, and the foundation of a brand and a following.
After receiving a call from the founder of Verilogue, I met with him to discuss the project at hand: a web site mockup.
The site was always going to be built by programmers overseas, so we were just trying to produce a wireframe that would help direct the firm on how to produce the final product.
Original ideas were generated based on our meetings, and a number of pages were produced.
Somewhere thereafter, Verilogue became part of the largest healthcare marketing organization in the world, Publicis Healthcare Communications.
"They can see what you're thinking."
Yes, we're talking about your brand.