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Discussion in 'Digital Marketing' started by ToddH, Jan 7, 2013.
Does anyone think the slogan should be a little more fire engine red?
The vendor just sent over their revision / version
Looks nice. What about the slogan being blue?
I have released the project to move forward with creating the other aspects of the job. I am not sure about going blue with the slogan but that would limit my ability to put it in a blue sky back drop.
Thank you for your feedback
Yeah, you would definitely not want to go with a blue slogan if you added a blue sky back drop. Red looks good. Are you having post cards and stationary stuff done as well?
That is part of the project... give me camera ready art work but it seems that term is old. CMK as they called it years ago. Now it is AI and EPS
I will make my own post cards I suppose this year, just want to revamp the logo and get the print ready materials.
When I get the website up I will share just know it is not complete yet but it will never really be finished with a CMS
I did my website through Go Daddy... Tell me what you think... http://www.hopelandscaping.net/
I am not a huge fan of template based websites and this one of first blush looks like you did little SEO.
I think content is king so that is the reason I am so keen on using a CMS.
Other than that if you want a website and depend other media to drive people to the site then it looks nice.
The CMS seems to be so time consuming, and I am not very savvy on computer systems anyway. As far as SEO, have any pointers?
Best thing it to write nartural and meaningful orginal content. Not easy I know.
look for some good links if you can find them. Google places Google places as well as what Bing has to offer. Those kind of things.
It is a moving target. Frankly I have not payed much attention to it the last few years. Tony the geek is much more informed than I on this subject