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The Anatomy of a Perfect Website

December 7, 2011

People often wonder what they must do to have the perfect website.  This is an infographic that will help you determine just that as you work towards your new perfect website design.


The Anatomy of a perfect website

Infographic by R.O.I. Media Web Design

 

 

Infographic by R.O.I. Media Web Design

Dear Business: Wanna Be Current?

October 10, 2011

Dear Business World:

You do know that a regularly updated business blog tells your customers and potential customers that you’re right on top, cutting edge, of what’s going on in your particular field, right?

You are also, I’m sure, aware that Google will crawl over a static website (one that is never changed) only a few times before it labels  it “dead” and doesn’t figure it into a search any more.

Perhaps you could benefit from a reminder that a constantly updated company blog translates to an up-to-date page of stats, facts, experiences, etc, that will influence people to go with your business or shrug and go elsewhere.

Before you shell out thousands to have an “expert” create a fancy, dancing, colorful company webpage THAT NEVER CHANGES, you really ought to call Jim Turner (303-678-0608) and ask him about about hiring a professional blogger who knows how to make your EVERCHANGING company blog into a genuine, reliable, helpful page that customers know is up-to-date and accurate.

Prices and dates on a static page are usually wrong.  Prices and dates on an ever-changing company blog are accurate.  Think about it.  Your customers and potential customers certainly are.

We Are Your Real-World Online Representatives!

August 16, 2011

wow, i had no ideaSpring, summer, and fall are conference seasons for me.  This is because, in addition to being a professional blogger, I’m also a college professor, and in the winter, it’s almost impossible for me to leave town.

That’s right, I have another life besides the one I share with my clients.  Most pro-bloggers have “other lives.”

This is to your advantage, prospective clients and customers.  Because most pro-bloggers have “other lives,” we have first-hand knowledge of your business as it applies to the real world.

I have several clients for whom I write and take care of their social media needs, and no two clients are alike.

I know how to apply each client to each other, and to the world out there, pretty much simultaneously.

My clients’ businesses are extremely precious to them, so I make it a point to learn as much as I can about each business, in as much detail as possible, so I can write and share accurately.  My clients usually give me samples of their products or services, and I use/wear/share/compare these samples, yes, out in the real world I am also an active part of.  So far, I’ve loved every client I’ve ever represented via Bloggers for Hire and One by One Media, and I’ve done my utmost to please them.   These clients have treated me graciously, enthusiastically, and well, and I appreciate that very much.

They make me proud to represent them online.

That’s the thing, you see.  As a business, you WANT someone who also has a presence out in the real world, with contacts, experiences, and daily “things they do.”

As a business, you want your blogger and social media representative to be knowledgeable and active, in real-world settings.  A monk in a cell might love your product, but will he know how to let the world know?

I’m proud to be trusted with blogs and social media responsibilities for my very, very important clients.  I do all that’s in my power for them.

That’s how we roll at Bloggers For Hire and One by One Media.