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You have your own small business, and you’re thinking big, as you should! However, you might want to pump the brakes a little. The key to expanding your online visibility and increasing engagement is to start small in your own neighborhood.Whether it’s social media, Google Ads, or SEO, it’s almost always a good idea to go after local traffic first. You might be thinking to yourself that your product or service is the best and the whole world needs to see it–that might be true, but Google doesn’t know that yet, and trying to target an incredibly large area as an unestablished internet presence is a recipe for failure.Identify 2-3 areas around you that you think could be the most likely source of traffic at first, and go after them hard. It can take years to build up a solid online presence, but if you’re going after a geographic location where there’s little to no competition, you’re already gaining a positive reputation from local customers and Google by establishing yourself as an authority in your area.Once you’re able to do that, who knows? Maybe the national landscape is waiting for you, but the biggest of journeys start with a single step. ... See MoreSee Less
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Is your website doing everything you need it to?Some businesses require more out of their online functionality, and often those needs are going to be unique to each business. While websites are a great way to brand yourself and display all the content you need to promote your business, web applications can be a more functional way to conduct your business online like you need to.Whether it’s a booking platform, communication tool, eCommerce solution, or customer portal, custom web applications have endless uses for businesses that want to get creative with the way they use their website. They’re highly secure, fast, and can be tailored to exactly what you need it to do, plus they require less maintenance than websites.ShoreSite Web Designs has been creating high-quality, professional web applications for over a decade. Get in touch with us today to modernize your business! ... See MoreSee Less
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What’s more difficult than branding your company?For some, it can be staying consistent with that branding once it’s set in stone. You need to think about your branding as a way to build trust with your clientele, and when you break from the branding that you’ve established for yourself, it’s breaking the trust that your customers have put in your product or service.A brand is made up of four key elements: core values, brand promise, customer experience, and brand identity. Every move you make should be a calculated one that is “on-brand,” because if it’s not, you’re not only confusing or upsetting your customers, but you are letting your own company down by not staying committed to those four key elements, which presumably were a large part of why you started your business in the first place.Because consumers are often driven by emotions rather than logic, it’s important to subconsciously let potential customers know that you’ve got their back, and your commitment to consistency is just a byproduct of how excellent your products or services are. ... See MoreSee Less
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