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Treat others how you want to be treated!

In business, your continued success is partly down to the quality of what you are offering, but of more importance is how you are providing it. That’s why your customer service needs to be top notch.

Don’t take a big bite, have a nibble!

Feast or famine are words that are often associated with running your own business. And to be honest, last year served up some extra challenges, which have increased the need for me to be uber organised.

How to craft the perfect homepage

When people want to learn more about your business and find out what you can offer, your website is normally the first place they head to.

Why are you ignoring me?

Would you buy from someone you didn’t know, but who kept turning up at your house and insisted that you bought something from them?

Don’t design in Word!

Word is great. It’s a wonderful and efficient word processing tool. And whilst the software does offer templates and a basic layout tool for including images, graphs etc, it is most definitely NOT meant to be used for graphic design.

When it comes to design and marketing – less is more!

We’ve all been to a doctor’s/dentist’s waiting room, or an office reception where there are a plethora of notices, leaflets and posters on the walls. It can feel overwhelming and a little confusing.

Are you keeping in touch?

As a business owner, I try very hard to build strong relationships with clients, prospects, suppliers, partners and other business colleagues. I also invest a lot of time in making sure I maintain regular contact with them.

Why does my design need ‘Bleed’?

I’m sure you’ve seen printed materials with noticeable white space around the edges, or part of the design (image or graphic) effectively cut off.

The dilemma of home-made vs. professional

In the wake of Covid19, many of us have more time on our hands. Time to focus more on our businesses and perhaps learn a new skill or two.
If you make your business about helping others,
you’ll always have plenty of work.

Chris Guillebeau, Author

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