What makes a blog fun to write is its conversational style. In a blog, it’s okay once in a while to break some rules of grammar in order to write the way people actually speak. But there are some rules that are broken all over the place—on billboards and restaurant menus and newsletters that should never be broken. These grammatical mistakes aren’t just fodder for late-night TV hosts to poke fun—they often diminish credibility and could cause a loss in business.
If you’re like many small business owners, you find yourself awake at night worrying about how to attract new business and keep your current customers coming back to you and not your competition. Well have I got a big ol’ can of Monster-B-Gone for you! You can attack that boogieman very effectively with engagement marketing!
Ahhhh…viral ads. They’re fun, right? Don’t you love it when you sit down to your computer to find that some lovely person has shared a gem with you?
When you see a blog post, a website, a Facebook page, or a piece of mail, what do you notice first?
Cool fonts? Maybe.
Great copy? Probably not right away.
The pictures? You got it!
If you’ve been conscious anytime within the last couple of weeks, chances are you’re sick of hearing about Google+ and that’s too bad because we’re talking about it too. But don’t go away, dear readers. We made this blog just for you!
Did you guys know that we design websites?
But did you guys know we can design them for kids too and not just grown-ups?