2014 was a great year for us here at Powerserve. There were many challenges, but there were also countless bursts of creativity and brilliance that came from our office. We met more people, found good relationships with new clients (and old), and added a couple great people to our team. I, Chelsea, have loved all the writing I’ve done for the Powerserve blog, and can’t wait to continue into 2015. Hope you’ve enjoyed reading! Here are a couple of my favorites….
“In regards to social media, Return on Investment, or ROI, is proof that your marketing efforts are working!”
“Blogs are a unique way for your readers, users, or clients to keep up with what’s happening with you and your company. It can be more conversational than your website, and can interact with readers in an enjoyable way.”
“Designing for the web is far different than designing for print. In some ways, you use the same tools and knowledge, but the process of decisions and perspective are different… When designing a website, it’s important to prioritize not only the way it looks (user interface) but how it works (user experience).”
“Raising a healthy, well-adjusted website is not easy even for the best of parents.”
“So you’ve spent a good amount of time on Twitter, and you’ve become decent (or even good!) at attracting followers and engaging them with your relevant and clever 140-word messages. But do you feel like you’ve hit a wall in terms of how to engage your followers and/or draw new people in?”
“Advertising is simply selling your brand to the consumers. Big or small, every business requires marketing in order to gain clients and customers which is the key towards business success. As you advertise more, people will also learn about your business, which is then translated into revenue. These promotional strategies include flyers, billboards, TV commercials, internet pop-up ads, stickers, and decals.”
“Taylor Swift. You may not be a huge fan, but you have to admit she’s a rockstar when it comes to social media.”
“PowerServe is a company that refuses to see business as merely a competition.”
Here’s to a great 2015!