You know What to Say, but Not How to Say It

No matter what the project, Kay's Digital Quill starts with the content and target audience first. Creating a design is not difficult and just about anyone can write. But producing meaningful communication products that reflect your business, meet your criteria, and hit your target market is much more complex. This philosophy of excellence is KDQ's ultimate goal for every communication project. By working towards successful and clear connections, you maximize your marketing dollars. Even though you know what to say, you may have a hard time translating it into a clear communication format. Kay's Digital Quill would love to work with you to make these goals a reality.

What You Need to do with Your Website

Your new website is up, running and ready for business. Now what? There are a number of things that should be done to track visitors and analyse which pages are visited the most and so on. If you're working with a quality web designer, she will have helped you learn about Google analytics and helped get that going for your site, too. But beyond all the techy stuff, what should you be doing with your new website?

Review and improve. Get as many people you know to check out your website and get feedback. Websites can be analysed to death, but having conversations with your users will give you insights an analysis tool cannot.

Adjust. Just because you like it, doesn't mean everyone else does. Adjust your site to take away any negative comments.

Keep it fresh. Your site is completed for now, but that doesn't mean it's good for the next two years. Stay relevant with changing times, and your customers will see your efforts as striving for excellence.

Really Useful Items for a Small Business

One of the cool things about a website's blog page is the opportunity to share really cool, effective business tips and products. Check out my favorites, they may become yours as well.

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