Frequently Asked Questions

What are the components of a brand identity?
A strong brand identity is essential for any business looking to succeed in the modern economy. An effective brand strategy should consider the following key components: brand name, logo, color palette, typography, brand personality, visual elements, positioning, and mission, vision, and values. Components of a Brand Identity Brand Name A brand name is one of the most important components of
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Will I be able to edit my new website myself?
Yes, absolutely! Every website project we undertake begins with careful consideration of the client’s content management needs. For example, will your site require frequent edits to your core pages or team profiles, or new content for your blog, new pages, and so forth. We then configure the site to make these changes as easy as possible to implement.  We also
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How long does it take to build a website?
How long it takes to build a website depends on a number of factors. Here are some of the key influences: Website size Desired functionality & integrations Foundational research needs related to SEO, audience and endpoints, personas, etc. Content strategy and development needs Media needs, like videography, photography, and graphic design Timeliness of client response to questions, approval requests, etc.
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Do I need a support plan for my new website?
Some people like to live life on the edge, but we always suggest a support plan for any website.  Having built hundreds of websites over the years, we receive requests almost daily to remedy sites that have been hijacked, infected or taken offline due to malicious activity. In a majority of cases, unperformed maintenance and a lack of basic security
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What is web hosting vs domain?
What is my web host and how is it different from my domain host? This is a common question we hear from clients, so let’s break it down. Domain hosting is the renting of a web page address (also known as a domain) on the internet. Just like a physical address, a domain is where people go to find your
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How to determine marketing budget?
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to how to determine marketing budget, as the amount of money you should spend on marketing will vary depending on a number of factors. There are some common strategies for marketing budget allocation, which include: Revenue-based – The marketing budget is a percentage of the organization’s expected revenue. Competition-based – The marketing budget is based
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What is cross-channel marketing?
Cross-channel marketing is the process of synchronizing messaging and content across different marketing channels in order to create a more seamless and consistent customer experience. This can include using the same branding, voice, tone, visuals, and messaging across TV commercials, radio ads, website design, social media posts, email marketing campaigns, etc.  The goal of cross-channel marketing is to create a
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What is multi-channel marketing? What are the benefits?
Multi-channel marketing is the use of multiple channels to reach and engage customers. For example, a multi-channel marketing approach might involve digital ads, social media content, direct mail, TV ads, radio ads, and email marketing.  In multi-channel marketing, each channel is usually focused on a particular objective or campaign, and there is no communication or data exchange between the channels.
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What is lead nurturing?
A lead nurturing campaign is a strategic marketing effort aimed at qualifying and moving leads through the sales process by providing them with relevant and helpful content. The goal of lead nurturing is to build trust and develop relationships with potential customers so that they are more likely to turn to your brand when in need of a product or
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Which social media platform is best for my business?
Before you can decide which social media platform is best for your business, you need to know where your audience spends most of their time. That said, there are a few general rules of thumb that apply to most businesses: LinkedIn is great for B2B businesses and when you’re marketing to people in a specific industry or role. Facebook is
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