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As a business owner, you spend a lot of time figuring out how to talk about your business and sell yourself to your prospects and customers. When you invest in great graphic design, you not only enhance visual communication, you successfully portray your company, and help maximize your success.

 

Graphic Design Says A LOT About You and Your Company

What graphic design says about you and your company can be critical to your success. Here are some tips that show how graphic design can help you increase your bottom line:

Credibility

Think of some of the more well-known brands and what they say to you. The Nike swoosh, the Apple apple or the Starbucks woman. While these are all different, and convey a different personality, they are all memorable and offer a clean design. They all have clean lines, look professionally done and have become a symbol for status. A second-guessed logo or a messy website design gives a sense that your services will be too. The more you appear professional and reliable, the more your company will be able to charge. People are willing to pay more for the ease of trusting a company that they are working with.

Personality

All your graphic design should convey a sense of the personality of your company. A law firm that focuses on high-end cases will have a different look and feel than and up-and-coming tech company. While these are different they can both still convey a message that makes consumers comfortable with paying more for the service. Along with this, people who understand your personality and connect with it are more likely to invest in your mission or service.

Do you need help growing your business? Click here to check out our website design and marketing communications packages. We will help you achieve your business goals and in the process, leave your competition shaken and wondering, “Now, what do we do?”

Color Psychology

This is a fun one to add and something that most graphic design firms really think about when designing new branding pieces. Green is usually environmental or money. Yellow is warmth and happiness. Purple is more royal, sophisticated and expensive. Deep blue is corporate and conservative. These are things to consider when designing a new brand or expanding the colors you use at your company.

The bottom line is the more professional your graphic design looks, the more people will trust you and your brand. The more they trust you, the more they will recommend you to those with whom they come in contact. That will eventually lead to your brand symbolizing a certain status, and if you want that to be one that has a higher bottom line, think about what that brand should look like.

Click here for the 12 principles of a great graphic design brand. 

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This article is published by The Sherwood Group |Website Design | Graphic Design | Marketing Communications: The Sherwood Group has over 30 years of experience working with all sorts of companies, small and large. Our clients range from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 firms, in nearly every business sector, from across the street to around the world (and yes, even Europe, China, and South America). Our goal is to create advertising,  graphic design, website design, and marketing communication that still looks fresh and relevant 10-15 years later. Our mission is to stir your imagination and leave your competition shaken and wondering,  Now what do we do?”  We are located in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

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If a tree falls in the forest, but no one is there to see it or hear it, does it actually fall? In much the same way, if you have a website, but no one ever visits it, does it still exist? Of course it does, but the whole purpose of having a website is to use it to interact with your followers and customers. So if you want to have an audience standing around observing your part of the forest, here are three, easy ways you can get more visitors to turn up.

 

3 Simple Tips to Get More Visitors to Your Website

Tip #1: For More Visitors, Start a Blog

It isn’t enough to just have a website; you need a blog to catch people’s attention. Blogs, regularly updated with quality content, offer people a way in. Not only that, but when you regularly update your site, search engines will list you as active, and put you higher in their results, meaning more visitors are more likely to find you.

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Tip #2: For More Visitors, Make A List or Two

How many times have you seen posts with titles like, “The 5 Most Commonly Banned Books”? Probably pretty often. How many times did you click-through to see what they were? People love lists, and if you intrigue them with your title, more visitors will click it almost despite themselves.

Tip #3: For More Visitors, Use Images

If you’re scrolling through your social media feed, how often do you stop to read text? Chances are most of the time you see a picture or a video, and then you see the text that accompanies it. Websites are no different in this regard. If all someone sees is a wall of text, they’re pretty likely to click the back button, and find something more visually engaging.

These are, of course, just a few, basic ways you can get more visitors to your website. For more helpful hints on getting more visitors, contact The Sherwood Group today!
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This article is published by The Sherwood Group |Website Design | Graphic Design | Marketing Communications: The Sherwood Group has over 30 years of experience working with all sorts of companies, small and large. Our clients range from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 firms, in nearly every business sector, from across the street to around the world (and yes, even Europe, China, and South America). Our goal is to create advertising,  graphic design, website design, and marketing communication that still looks fresh and relevant 10-15 years later. Our mission is to stir your imagination and leave your competition shaken and wondering,  Now what do we do?”  We are located in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

”Like” us and/or “Follow” us at these social media sites and we’ll return the favor:

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If you’re looking for ways to give your marketing a shot-in-the-arm, start thinking outside the box. Here are 4 simple and easy marketing ideas you can start using today without breaking your budget:

 

4 simple and easy marketing ideas you can begin using right now

Offline Ideas:

1. Unusual Sponsorships:

We’ve all seen how businesses sponsor local sports teams like kid’s baseball and soccer. But, with a little imagination, you can find more unique things to sponsor that will really set you apart. One such sponsorship, although on a larger scale than most local businesses could do, is the Citibike program in New York City. Ask yourself what unique sponsorship you could create in your town?

2. Distribute Your Business Card:

Unusual ways to give out your business card can be very effective. You’ve heard of creating relevant content online, right? Well, a good way to leverage relevant content offline is to tuck your business card inside library books and magazines in the stores where you shop that are relevant to your industry.

Another good practice is to include your business card in the envelope when you pay bills, and do so with every bill payment, every month. Finally, whenever you see one of those fish bowl drawings, drop your business card in. True, these drawings are intended as a way for the sponsor to harvest contacts, but those contacts can work both ways.

Do you need help growing your business? Click here to check out our website design and marketing communications packages. We will help you achieve your business goals and in the process, leave your competition shaken and wondering, “Now, what do we do?”

Online Ideas:

3. Video Contests Featuring Your Products or Services:

Video contests are great for a number of reasons: They’re relatively easy to enter (anyone with a smartphone can shoot a quick video and submit it on the prescribed social media page), they’re fun, and they’re a great source of user-generated content that you can reuse elsewhere. Just pick the video you like best of your product being used, and award the prize to the winner. You can also create a Facebook Live event of you presenting the prize to garner additional exposure.

4. Custom Memes:

Everyone on social media loves memes, right? They’re fun, and they get shared – a lot. Creating a totally custom meme is easier than you might think. Just go to the PIXLR.com express online app, upload the background image you want to use, and overlay it with your humorous or inspiring text.

Another option is a meme generator like imgflip, but these are not completely custom because you have to use their images and the meme includes a mention of their site.

When it comes to developing marketing ideas for your business, you’re only limited by your own creativity. Contact us for more simple and easy marketing ideas.
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This article is published by The Sherwood Group |Website Design | Graphic Design | Marketing Communications: The Sherwood Group has over 30 years of experience working with all sorts of companies, small and large. Our clients range from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 firms, in nearly every business sector, from across the street to around the world (and yes, even Europe, China, and South America). Our goal is to create advertising,  graphic design, website design, and marketing communication that still looks fresh and relevant 10-15 years later. Our mission is to stir your imagination and leave your competition shaken and wondering,  Now what do we do?”  We are located in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

”Like” us and/or “Follow” us at these social media sites and we’ll return the favor:

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Do you need help growing your business? Click here to check out our website design and marketing communications packages. We will help you achieve your business goals and in the process, leave your competition shaken and wondering, “Now, what do we do?”

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LinkedIn stands out on the social media stratosphere for its professional versus social nature. It’s a marketer’s dream – if you know how to use it. We can help. Assuming you already have a personal and professional LinkedIn page, try these three simple steps to use the professional power of LinkedIn to generate business.

 

3 Simple Ways to Generate Business on LinkedIn

1. Use LinkedIn Pulse Like A Professional Blog.

Use the Pulse feature to share valuable content with your prospective customers. Post a regular update because each time you do, you’ll be featured in the news feed of all your connections. They’ll have the opportunity to like and share your posts, follow you to automatically be alerted about future posts, and comment on your posts (which can open an organic avenue for client engagement). It’s a great way to share your insights and establish your expertise.

2. Join Relevant Groups.

LinkedIn groups are a great way to connect with leaders and influencers in your industry. It’s also an easy way to connect with your target market because LinkedIn allows you to connect with people who are in the same groups you’re in. It’s a strategic way to grow your connections and enhance your brand. Don’t just join a group, though; interact with them as well by answering questions, and sharing tips and strategies.

Do you need help growing your business? Click here to check out our website design and marketing communications packages. We will help you achieve your business goals and in the process, leave your competition shaken and wondering, “Now, what do we do?”

3. Make It Easy For Prospects To Find You.

Start generating business by enhancing your profile. Use relevant keywords that will help you show up in search engines on LinkedIn and all over the Internet. Take time to find out what short and long tail keywords your ideal client searches for and pepper these throughout your profile. While it can be satisfying to call yourself an owner of CEO in your profile, these are not the keywords your client will search for. In short, optimize your profile for your ideal client, not yourself.

These steps can help you create a strong, professional presence on LinkedIn and start building the relationships you need to get the business you deserve.

Contact us! The Sherwood Group can help you double and triple your business through our skills in advertising, graphic design, website design, and marketing communications.

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This article is published by The Sherwood Group |Website Design | Graphic Design | Marketing Communications: The Sherwood Group has over 30 years of experience working with all sorts of companies, small and large. Our clients range from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 firms, in nearly every business sector, from across the street to around the world (and yes, even Europe, China, and South America). Our goal is to create advertising,  graphic design, website design, and marketing communication that still looks fresh and relevant 10-15 years later. Our mission is to stir your imagination and leave your competition shaken and wondering,  Now what do we do?”  We are located in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

”Like” us and/or “Follow” us at these social media sites and we’ll return the favor:

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Do you need help growing your business? Click here to check out our website design and marketing communications packages. We will help you achieve your business goals and in the process, leave your competition shaken and wondering, “Now, what do we do?”

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Business processes (e.g. management, manufacturing, sales) are very time-consuming, but while they’re important, the biggest payoff for your business bottom line comes from working with a professional graphic designer. With this in mind, it’s important to understand how one can help you.

 

Why Should You Use Graphic Design to Improve Your Bottom Line?

When your business has a professional appearance people are more trusting of you and your company.

This trust often results in bigger sales than amateur looking businesses receive. Oftentimes businesses find it difficult to choose a font style, color scheme, and design for their logo. This is where a professional graphic designer can step in and help you so your logo doesn’t seem low-quality or poorly thought out.

By placing a well designed logo on all your business’ materials your colleagues and customers alike will respect you more, thus giving you their long-term business. Why? Because it tells your customer several things. It communicates that your business is:

  • Confident of its identity
  • Caring enough to pay attention to detail
  • Valuable enough for you to invest in professional graphic design
Do you need help growing your business? Click here to check out our website design and marketing communications packages. We will help you achieve your business goals and in the process, leave your competition shaken and wondering, “Now, what do we do?”

These are the things that will differentiate you from your competition in a positive fashion, making more people want your products or services, and thus increasing your bottom line. This is especially important in high demand or overly saturated industries where it’s easy for customers to go elsewhere. Now that you can see why graphic design is so important to your business, if you want some help with yours, contact us. We’re more than happy to help you ramp up your business’ graphic design!

Contact us! The Sherwood Group can help you double and triple your business through our skills in advertising, graphic design, website design, and marketing communications.

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This article is published by The Sherwood Group |Website Design | Graphic Design | Marketing Communications: The Sherwood Group has over 30 years of experience working with all sorts of companies, small and large. Our clients range from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 firms, in nearly every business sector, from across the street to around the world (and yes, even Europe, China, and South America). Our goal is to create advertising,  graphic design, website design, and marketing communication that still looks fresh and relevant 10-15 years later. Our mission is to stir your imagination and leave your competition shaken and wondering,  Now what do we do?”  We are located in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

”Like” us and/or “Follow” us at these social media sites and we’ll return the favor:

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Do you need help growing your business? Click here to check out our website design and marketing communications packages. We will help you achieve your business goals and in the process, leave your competition shaken and wondering, “Now, what do we do?”

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Does your business website reflect your future plans for your business or does your current virtual space feel a little dated or hard to read on mobile devices? If it’s been awhile, maybe it’s time to give your business website a face lift.

 

4 Reasons to Redesign Your Business Website for 2015

If the answer is more ho-hum than ah-ha, you may want to consider giving your internet home a make-over. Need some incentive? Here are 4 reasons to redesign your website this year.

1. Is your website responsive?

Today, over 46% of Internet searches are completed on smart phones and tablets. If your website isn’t responsive and doesn’t automatically resize so it’s easily accessible and readable on mobile devices, you may be losing business, and it’s time to refresh your website’s design.

2. Have you revisited your business’ vision?

You have always had a vision for your company or brand. Your website is a reflection of that vision. The information and layout of your website help you project that vision to your customers so that they can become connected to your dream and a part of your growth. Just like you, the nature of your company evolves. The website that you designed six months ago may no longer adequately express the current state of your company. Redesigning your website is not only a necessary way to share your latest information and future plans, it is an opportunity to revisit where you were the last time you updated. Seeing how far you have come can be just the motivation you need to make the next great leap forward.

Do you need help growing your business? Click here to check out our website design and marketing communications packages. We will help you achieve your business goals and in the process, leave your competition shaken and wondering, “Now, what do we do?”

3. Do you need to restate your involvement?

Seeing a newly redesigned website is a lot like visiting an office that is still shining from recent remodeling. It shows your visitors that you are present and active even in your virtual areas. Clients and customers are reminded that you take pride in how you present yourself. The subconscious thought that you dressed things up just to make a good impression on your visitors can go a long way toward building a good reputation for your brand.

4. Should you add interactive extras?

Whether it’s a downloadable app, a calculation tool, or a blog that encourages visitor participation, interactive areas let your customers know that you want them to be involved on a personal level. Redesigning your website to include interactive areas can remove the distance between your customers and your business no matter how far apart you are geographically.

5. What about added bells and whistles?

A website update is a great time to make sure that your web designer is offering everything you need to produce a captivating website at a price that works for your company’s budget. Take some time to research your options. If your current designer does not offer everything you want at a price that you can afford, look into other options. Find out what it will take to redesign your site so that your move will be seamless for your visitors and your search engine ranking won’t be interrupted. Your bottom line may thank you for the added attention.

Contact The Sherwood Group if you want more ideas for building
the perfect online presence for your company.

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This article is published by The Sherwood Group: Creative Consultants, Graphic Design, Web Design: The Sherwood Group has over 30 years of experience working with all sorts of companies, small and large. Our clients range from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 firms, in nearly every business sector, from across the street to around the world (and yes, even Europe, China, and South America). Our goal is to create advertising,  graphic design, website design, and marketing communication that still looks fresh and relevant 10-15 years later. Our mission is to stir your imagination and leave your competition shaken and wondering,  Now what do we do?”  We are located in South Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Do you need help growing your business? Click here to check out our website design and marketing communications packages. We will help you achieve your business goals and in the process, leave your competition shaken and wondering, “Now, what do we do?”

”Like” us and/or “Follow” us at these social media sites and we’ll return the favor:

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Your website is the front door to your online presence. You want users to know who you are and what you do. There are many things you could be doing wrong without knowing, and it’s costing you business. Here are four reasons why your website might need a redesign:

 

4 Reasons to Redesign Your Website

1. Your website is not optimized for mobile devices.

Everyone uses their smartphones and tablets to browse the web. Google gives priority to mobile-friendly sites, and with Google being the top search engine, if you haven’t optimized for mobile devices, you are missing out on prime search engine real estate, and it’s time for a redesign.

2. Your website is not responsive.

Responsive web design is all the rage – for good reason. It allows your site to function on multiple devices without the need for multiple versions. Why update two versions of your site when you can update once and you’re done?

Do you need help growing your business? Click here to check out our website design and marketing communications packages. We will help you achieve your business goals and in the process, leave your competition shaken and wondering, “Now, what do we do?”

3. Your website is too cluttered or too minimal.

Too much of a good thing is just as bad as not enough of a good thing. If users don’t know who you are by looking at your site, or they can’t find what they’re looking for easily, they will go elsewhere. Make sure you have enough information to draw them in and steer them where they need to go without leaving them floundering.

4. Your website is out-dated.

If your business has changed, your website needs a redesign to change with it. Does your site say you still repair widgets, but you haven’t repaired widgets since 2014? Out-dated information on your site can leave users confused or angry. Turn them around with current data.

Keep your website’s data and design current to maximize its potential. Contact us for a design consultation.

Give us a try! The Sherwood Group can help you double and triple your business through our skills in advertising, graphic design, website design, and marketing communications.

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This article is published by The Sherwood Group |Website Design | Graphic Design | Marketing Communications: The Sherwood Group has over 30 years of experience working with all sorts of companies, small and large. Our clients range from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 firms, in nearly every business sector, from across the street to around the world (and yes, even Europe, China, and South America). Our goal is to create advertising,  graphic design, website design, and marketing communication that still looks fresh and relevant 10-15 years later. Our mission is to stir your imagination and leave your competition shaken and wondering,  Now what do we do?”  We are located in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

”Like” us and/or “Follow” us at these social media sites and we’ll return the favor:

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Do you need help growing your business? Click here to check out our website design and marketing communications packages. We will help you achieve your business goals and in the process, leave your competition shaken and wondering, “Now, what do we do?”

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Most people do NOT like being “sold” on social media. People network to engage with others. So the main challenge for any business is how to sell using social media without looking pushy. Here are five ways to sell without looking like you are selling:

 

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With over 700 million users on social media, it makes sense to market your business through social media.

Create Engaging Content

Often called “native marketing,” engaging your customer by providing useful and entertaining content is an important way to sell your product or service. Rather than doing a “hard sell” in which you overtly tell your audience about your business, you share photos, videos, or blog posts that demonstrate the value of your product or service.

Understand Your Target Customer

By engaging with your customer through worthwhile content, you keep their attention. Understanding who your customer is and what is important to them is essential for this type of engagement. For example, if your target customers are moms, you might want to emphasize balancing work and home life. Show them how your own service or product can help them achieve their goals by providing tips and strategies to help them in their own lives.

Do you need help growing your business? Click here to check out our website design and marketing communications packages. We will help you achieve your business goals and in the process, leave your competition shaken and wondering, “Now, what do we do?”

Create Shareable Content

Engaging content that people will share is very important to selling without looking pushy on social media. Customers on the Internet are more likely to make a purchase based on the recommendation from a friend. One of the main ways that make such recommendation is through sharing content on social media.

Create Engaging Videos

Entertaining videos are the most viewed and shared content on social media. Creating engaging videos are a great way to sell without seeming like you are selling. For example, you might create a series of 15 second Vine videos that you can combine into a YouTube video that feature your product or service in an interesting, humorous and informative way.

Develop Brand Loyalty

Developing brand loyalty and trust is a consequence of engaging content. You want people to have positive associations with your brand and look forward to networking with you on social media. If you provide this kind of content, you will be able to market your products or services without looking pushy.

Give us a try! The Sherwood Group can help you double and triple your business through our skills in advertising, graphic design, website design, and marketing communications.

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This article is published by The Sherwood Group: Creative Agency, Graphic Design, Web Design: The Sherwood Group has over 30 years of experience working with all sorts of companies, small and large. Our clients range from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 firms, in nearly every business sector, from across the street to around the world (and yes, even Europe, China, and South America). Our goal is to create advertising,  graphic design, website design, and marketing communication that still looks fresh and relevant 10-15 years later. Our mission is to stir your imagination and leave your competition shaken and wondering,  Now what do we do?”  We are located in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

”Like” us and/or “Follow” us at these social media sites and we’ll return the favor:

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Do you need help growing your business? Click here to check out our website design and marketing communications packages. We will help you achieve your business goals and in the process, leave your competition shaken and wondering, “Now, what do we do?”

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