Doing business on the World Wide Web is, in some ways, no different than ten years ago. You market yourself online in a sincere way that resonates with customers, forging a mutually beneficial connection. Somewhere along the line, though, the Web got crowded, the tools became more sophisticated, and your ability to master all the details fell away.
Tyler Clark Consulting has been partnering with businesses and organizations throughout the region as a digital partner to bridge the gap to online audiences.
Whether you’re ready to run your digital campaign or bring in outside expertise, our work is a solid return on investment. And it’s quick.
Share Pack Design projects can be done in as little as 3-4 weeks. Social media setup can be knocked out in mere days.
Tyler speaks regularly on social media to diverse groups and is a repeat speaker at the Wean Annual Nonprofit Summit and the Youngstown/Mahoning County Public Library Business and Investment Center. Advice from the monthly “Point, Click, Profit” Business Journal column is included and targets these goals:
And while social sharing has become the dominant traffic referral source, search is still a vital source for leads. Search is especially vital for local search, since today the yellow pages are relegated to the recycling bin.
Get a leg up with any or all of these quick SharePack projects.
Each plan starts with a collaborative business review and action plan, identifying the best path for your business to attract online leads. We’ll develop an editorial calendar that guides blogging and sharing for weeks and months to come, pinpoint sources of news and education to share with target audiences and organize the effort around available resources. [...]
Early business Web sites used static pages, requiring even minor text changes to be made by programmers. The first commercial Web site cost $2 million. My, how times have changed!
Today’s best Web sites are interactive, with advanced functionality including community features, personalization, content sliders and multimedia galleries. If you can dream it, we can build it. [...]
I found a link on Twitter Thursday night to an article “Mobile Apps Must Die.” Something in me secretly hates mobile apps, so I clicked over to give it a read. It’s worthwhile and written by Scott Jenson, an original member of Apple’s UI (User Interface) group back in the 80s. Jenson’s main point is
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