I am sure each of us has felt as though we’ve been left high and dry by a business or service. We invested time, money and resources only to receive something we have no clue how to use, let alone make successful.
So while businesses, in general, are experiencing an all-together difficult time in this economic downturn, I thought I’d highlight at least one positive thing I believe is coming out of the recession – excellent marketing!
Over the past several years, e-commerce has exploded due to the demand by consumers for a faster, more convenient shopping experience. With our busy lives, the high price of gas to drive to and from stores and the increase in technology in our lives, you can buy almost anything online; and it seems that people WILL buy anything online.
One of my favorite sayings is, “vision without action is just a hallucination.”
With such an obviously sensationalistic title as that, I better quickly give you a reason not to hate me and send threatening letters to my boss. Though it may not seem like it, there is definitely a method to my madness. In my ever creative mind – which is a place that would make Stephen King an author for children’s books – I wanted to parley the importance of a website to your company’s credibility while at the same time not boring you to the point of squirting the toothpaste sitting in your medicine cabinet all over your face in an attempt to go blind.
The effort and focus of JM Web Designs is to be the endless resource for you and your small business. To that end, we work everyday to provide excellent customer service, quality workmanship, and professional results.
We hear it all the time… “Why are we not ranking number one on Google?”
Many companies under-estimate the power an inspiring, honest testimonial can have in bringing new business in and fostering loyalty in current clients or customers.
So, you’re at our JM blog absolutely LOVING all the crucial information, awesome new designs and personal behind-the-scenes experience you are having!
It’s hard to remember a time when the Internet wasn’t an integral part of our day-to-day activities. But just a short 15 years ago, people relied on the yellow pages for phone numbers, paper maps for directions and good old-fashion store visits to get their shopping done. Now, people shop for clothes, fill prescription medications and connect in seconds with people on the other side of the world by just clicking!