I can’t be the only one who follows a brand on social media just because they have great content and visuals, right? I don’t think I can stress enough how important your content and visuals are to your audience. If what you are posting isn’t going to catch the eyes of others, it’s not very likely they will see it or click on it. In this blog post, I am going to give some tips and tricks into how you can improve your marketing for your business through content and visuals. One
I don’t know about you, but the first thing I do when I walk into a restaurant, I say “oh my gosh, this is so nice!” As I’m sure you can already guess, I’m talking about the overall design of the restaurant. The interior design is the very first thing people see when they walk through your doors and it is how they perceive your brand. Along with other things, it will also help determine if they want to come back or not. Interior design impacts customers’ psychology, believe i
Social media is something that has been consistently changing in our world. It continues to grow and evolve, making it easier for businesses to get themselves in the eyes of the public more than they ever could before. Having your business use social media is so much more than just posting a picture of your new wine list or your weekly specials. It is about connecting with your audience and creating a relationship with them. It is also about getting the chance to tell your st
Social media brings engagement to your community through the information you feed them. The reason why it is so important to keep up to date with you social posts, is to stay relevant with your customers needs and desires. In this blog post we dive deep into the five reasons why social media is so important for your business. Reason 1: Creates and Increases Brand Awareness Brand awareness is huge in every industry, people need to know who you are and what you do at all times.
When the thought came to mind it was an easy decision. Fortunately for our family, we're incredibly tight knit, inseparable, and honest. Being the older brother, I have always looked out for my sister. She's a hard-working, passionate, and determined person. When hiring her to start a new department of our company, I knew that my pre-existing clients and connections were in good hands. After all, we're cut from the same cloth. Grace E. Moyer - where the hell do I even begin!?