Marketing and Your Website – The 1 Tip For Business Success

Most business owners would agree that having a website is a vital part of marketing (and even additional sales in) their business. Whether their website is a destination to share their knowledge, build trust with potential clients, or even help with the sales process, it plays a major role in marketing your business.

Why Is Your Website So Important?

Your website is a tool in your marketing program; it is working for you 24/7, can bring you in front of those looking for your services, can help build trust with your potential lead, can turn them into a lead, and more!

If you’re wondering what a lead is, it is someone who you have the contact details of that has shown interest in your service, but has not purchased yet.

With the correct messaging, and with a thorough understanding of your ideal client, you can speak directly to their need and inspire them to take action with you. Whether this is through an offer, a free download, a free challenge, etc., you are giving them something of value to help them better understand their problem. Knowing your ideal clients is the most important step of your marketing, which is why I strongly suggest having your ideal client profiles and even a marketing matrix of their challenges that you solve, filled out thoroughly.

The Correct Messaging For Your Website

People buy because of the way they feel, not from features and benefits that you list, and definitely not from just products and services you offer. Sharing the story of your guidance and processes can help them feel relieved and relaxed to trust you, and also know that you can actually help them with their problems. The Storybrand style of messaging that leads your clients through a journey is just one example of how to do that.

Create a story in your marketing

When you know your client, and understand their challenges, you can empathize and even stand in their shoes. This empathy helps to better address their needs as well. (Not in a manipulative way, but in a way to serve; your intention plays a large role of how well your actions and marketing tactics work.)

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A Website in Progress

Have you ever gone to a website while looking for a solution, whether it was to address the ants crawling through your house, the emergency plumbing leak, researching which tint to put on your vehicle, etc.? How did you select the service provider that you eventually went with? Was it the one that understood your concerns/emergency and offered solutions that made sense? Or was it the one where the information wasn’t clear, their website was hard to navigate. The first one of course!

The 1 Thing

The key to a great website is to create an easy decision-making process for your client.

 

Help them find a solution and show them you are a trusted expert they can work with.

Looking for ways to improve your website? Schedule a complimentary consultation to review your website and explore ways to maximize your marketing efforts.

Why is marketing so hard?

For many of my clients, the effort of on-going marketing actually pulls them away from their core competency and their main income producing activity – their business. Yet as savvy business owners, they know that marketing must be an integral part of growing their business.

It’s a struggle that many business owners have and ask: “How do I split my time between growing my business and doing my business?” And that’s the right question to ask, because marketing activities should be 50% of your day in order to grow your business.

marketing your own business - motorcycle mechanicFor some, this means bringing on extra help in the form of staff who handle the admin (and non-income producing activities) or contractors who have a level of expertise to take the projects off their plate.

Marketing isn’t actually hard, it’s more that it takes time to fine tune and it takes time to implement, it’s a skill, which can seem overwhelming to master on top of the client work that you are doing. Marketing is a precise skill that is vital for growing your business. Just because you open your doors, or launch a new website, it doesn’t mean that you will automatically get customers in your door. You need to market yourself so that they know you are there, and ready to address their needs.

Why Hire Someone to Do Your Marketing?

Clients hire me because my business IS marketing. I specialize in it so that I can help my clients be the best they can be, and attract their ideal clients, with no stress! Marketing has general best practices which are then applied in a unique way to your own business – there are no cookie cutter solutions though generic options can save on time and price.

A recent client hired me because she could trust me to take care of her ‘baby’ (her business) so that she could let go of the stress, but know that it was still being taken care of. Together, I helped her finish a major marketing project in 2 months that she thought would take 12!

What Does a Marketing Consultant Do?

As a marketing consultant, I help take away my client’s stress and fear, while also helping them increase their income and have more consistent cash flow – in less time!

Need someone to take on the hard work and dirty work of creating your marketing?

There’s the ideal client profile that you need to refine, or maybe the free offer for your website that will inspire them to reach out to you, or even the marketing funnel so that you know how to address your clients in every step of their decision making process…

It’s having the finely tuned message that speaks directly to your clients.

Good marketing is all about knowing who your clients are and how you can provide value to them while they are deciding what solution will best fit their needs or solve their pains. The process to create this takes time and concentration to understand and get into your clients’ heads.

I work with clients in the capacity that they prefer, ranging from a consultative view where I guide them on what to do, to a hybrid model of guidance and implementation, to a complete hands-on plan where I implement all of their marketing based on their input and feedback.

How is your marketing holding you back? Or how are you resisting in your marketing that is holding back your business? Let’s chat, I help my clients overcome their blocks and resistances to marketing by making it clear and easy. Message me today.

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Marketing Burnout – How to Get Your Inspiration & Creativity Back To Inspire Your Clients

As a good business owner, you know that you (or someone) should be marketing your business every day. That sounds great in theory, but it can certainly lead to a marketing burnout where you just run out of ideas or feel like you are only repeating yourself.

Below are some common problems, and solutions on how to overcome them. A little note as well, marketing works best in a high vibrational state when you are feeling inspired and creative. 🙂

Marketing Burnout - Running Out of Marketing Ideas

Run Out of Things to Say

If you’ve been reaching out to your target market regularly, it sometimes feels like you’ve said everything you can possibly say. How can you keep repeating yourself all the time?

How to solve this: First, remember that not everyone sees all of your blogs and posts each and every time. Second, you will have new eyes looking at your content over time and need to assume that they have not seen earlier content on this topic. Third, sometimes it’s timing, or phrasing your topic in a new way, that finally triggers someone to take action.

Marketing is like growing a garden; you plant the seeds and then watch as the flowers sprout up at different times and to different heights based on season, weather conditions and even their own unique chemistry.

Tired of Blogging, Posting, etc.

Marketing comes down to creating content to share that will attract your ideal target audience to you. Sometimes it feels like all you are doing is creating content. The same content. And it feels like a continuous rut.

How to solve this: It’s a good idea to regularly revisit your marketing and check that it applies to, and appeals to, your current target audience. Does it inspire them? Excite them? Make them want to work with you? Or does it answer their questions, or problems, and make them feel like they can heave a huge sigh of relief?

Block out some time to brainstorm, but not in a how-many-ideas-can-I-come-up-with type of way. Instead, meditate, journal and just sit in stillness as you focus on your ideal clients. Who are they? What do they need? How can working with you change their life for the better? Take time and space (trust me, this is better than rushing and forcing out an idea) to become more understanding of your client and how you are serving them. Put a focus on how you can serve them and what information you can provide now.

Is the thought of marketing stressing you out? Let’s schedule a marketing strategy session. I’d love to learn more about your business and have insight into ways that you can move forward.

No Clear Goals

You may be experiencing marketing burnout because you have no clear goals of what you are trying to achieve. If it feels like you’re just doing the same thing every day…you may be wasting your time!

How to solve this: Going into each activity with a larger goal in mind, and intention, will help you stay more focused and feel more productive. When you know that this blog post you are writing is part of a larger campaign to help new users find your free download, which in turn helps them do X, Y or Z, so that they then want to hire you…well that makes the blog feel more valuable.

Also, go into each article/ blog/post with a clear purpose of how this will help your ideal client and a clear call to action for how they can work with you. (I love using my Marketing Matrix for this.) It can be a soft invite, but be sure to always provide the offer to them.

Just Burnt Out

This feeling can relate to the previous problems as well, but I wanted to address it with its own solution. Ultimately, the burnout feeling is your body sending a message to you. Are you working too hard for long hours? Are you under constant stress, pressure and deadlines?

How to solve this: First, (and most important) is to take time for yourself to feel into these emotions. Your energy is what will attract your clients into your life, so if you are writing marketing content from a negative space, that is what you are putting out into the world.

Take a break, a walk, or do some quick exercise to get yourself into a more positive space. Every time you sit down to write, or go out to a networking event, do something positive or inspiring to pump yourself up and go in with your highest vibration.

Does all of this still seem overwhelming? This might be the time in your business where you are ready to get help. Maybe you just need an outside mind helping to brainstorm ideas and topics, or maybe you just want to pass it on to an expert so that you can focus on running your business and providing to your clients. I invite you request a free marketing consultation to ask your questions, gain insight on moving forward and see how I work.

 

The Marketing Matrix, A Tool to Simplify Your Marketing Process

Have you ever sat down to work on your marketing and then realized you didn’t know what to say or how to reach your clients?

Marketing can sometimes feel like you are saying the same thing over and over again. This works if you are saying it effectively and drawing in your ideal clients, but if you are finding you aren’t gaining traction, then it might be time to revisit how you are sharing your message.

One of my favorite activities is to create a marketing matrix for myself and my clients. Well, let me rephrase it, it’s not my favorite activity but it is my favorite tool. The process of creating a marketing matrix can be slow and painful, as you try to find different ways to expand on your clients pain points. It takes focused concentration and visualization to understand your clientele. It’s often best to start on your own and then join up with a friend or fellow business owner who also understands marketing to help get you there.

What is a Marketing Matrix?

A marketing matrix is quite simple; it lays out your ideal clients’ pain points and your solutions in an easy to read manner.

  1. First you need to know your Ideal Client Persona – who they are, what their goals are, what their pain points are, demographics, etc.
  2. From there, you list the 3 main challenges or problems that they are trying to solve (related to your solution).
  3. You then break down those 3 main problems into 3 more sub items of problems.
  4. In total, you should have 9 pain points that your customers/clients are facing.
  5. For each pain point, you write a list of 3 unique solutions that your business can address for them.

Sounds simple right? It takes focused thought and time to create this as you want to REALLY understand your clients. From there, you know that you are magnetizing your potential with your messaging by specifically addressing their pain points.

Why Use A Marketing Matrix?

Viola! When it is complete, you have 27 talking points to inspire your marketing and advertising messaging.

This makes your life easier when you are trying to create content for blogs and social media, as well as becoming a resource. It can also be a helpful way to create the foundation and outline for free offers, speaking events and workshops.

Curious about how to get this started or how to create messaging that attracts your ideal clients? I offer a free initial strategy session to help explore the opportunities in your business. Request it today!

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How to Create an Income When Your Business Has Been Forced to Close (Due to Coronavirus)

Coronavirus Marketing Ideas - When Business is Closed

It’s devastating – your business has been forced to shut its doors as a non-essential service and what can you do now?

I’ve compiled a list of some marketing ideas that may work for your business. These are all general ideas and work best when modified to suit your unique situation, clients, and options.

I’m also offering free business & strategy sessions to business owners that have been forced to close their doors as my way to give back, and hopefully help generate some income until you can practice again.

These are suggestions specifically for service businesses such as massage therapists, hair stylists, salons & estheticians, mechanics, dog groomers, etc. but can also be applied to other businesses.

Ways to Create Income

1. Gift cards – Offer discounted gift cards now, to be used as soon as your doors are open. Yes, you will not be getting full profit for them, but it will help bring in some income now. Depending on your need and profit margin, you can do staggered sales of a limited amount of more severely discounted gift cards up to regular discounts. These could be one-offs or larger packages of services. (Space out your time so that once you are running, part of your week is for these clients and part is reserved for new business/regular prices as well.)

2. Monthly VIP client packages – Create a monthly VIP client package, again offered at discounted rates now that offer bonus services to clients in the future. If they are paying monthly, it is less upfront for them now but they get more for their money in the future, plus they know they are helping your business stay afloat. (On that note, share the reason behind your specials and discounts. People do business with you because they know, like and trust you. Share how this is a way to maintain your business and income and how it helps them).

3. Selling products – If you have products related to your services, now is the time to focus on them. Create packages/kits that help tide clients over until they can see you again.

4. Online tutorials – The challenge is there are a lot of other people doing this at the moment now, so you need to focus on the relationship you have with your customer base. They trust you and love you so they would prefer to work with and support you rather than some other random stranger (again, having the correct positive mindset).

5. Home delivery/Pickup – Helping encourage your clients to stay home by offering what would be considered VIP services, such as picking up or dropping of supplies or products. I know a mechanic who is picking up cars, taking them to his shop to work on them, and then delivering them back to the customers driveway to maintain health standards.

6. Change the way you offer service interaction – If you are still operating but clients have dropped off then share with them ways you have increased your social distancing and are taking precautions. Maybe a dog groomer has clients tie their dogs up outside the location and then the owner comes out and collects them. Or maybe it is now a pickup service to get the dog right from their door.

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Share your story and journey. We are all in this together and many of your customers want to support you. Let them know that your business is closed and it has shut off your main source of income and that you appreciate them and would love to continue to service them in the future so are offering discounted packages now to help you stay afloat and they get extra value for their money in the future.

What’s in it for them? Clearly explain how this is a benefit for them as well. While they want to help you, knowing that they are getting extra services or greater savings than normal will encourage them to make the purchase now.

Maximize different media. Update your website with ways that you are supporting your clients or pivoting in order to continue to serve them. Contact your customers on your email list with an update on what you are doing and offer information how you can help them. Include your specials in here as well.

These are just a few general ideas, and may or may not work for your business. Some may need to be modified but I wanted to throw these out so that you can begin brainstorming ways to keep your business going as well.

Coronavirus Marketing Ideas - When Business is Closed

Don’t Waste Your Money On Marketing – Create Magnetic Marketing

As a savvy and successful business owner, you know that marketing is essential to growing your business. In fact, it is the single most important thing you can do. Understanding who your ideal client is and how you help them is vital so that you can ensure you meet the needs of your current customers too!

The purpose of marketing is to understand your clients so that you can authentically add value and solve their problems.

3 Most Common Mistakes in Marketing

These are the three most common areas that you can go wrong in marketing are your message, medium or market. This is because they are the three areas of marketing.

Media, Market, Message Venn Diagram

Message – When you don’t know specifically how you help them, you can’t speak clearly to those you can best help. Your marketing Message should be magnetic, attracting your ideal clients because you understand and can speak exactly to their needs.

Medium – If you have the most compelling Message, yet put it where your ideal clients are not, how will you attract them? The Medium is where you place your marketing message; it affects who sees your Message.

Market – If you don’t know who you actually best serve, you are missing your Market. Your Market is your ideal client, the person whom you are talking to. By understanding who it is you best serve, you can write a message that is targeted to attract them and put it in a place (medium) where they will see it.

Knowing your market helps you better ask for referrals in networking: “I help anyone who is looking to buy a house” vs “My ideal client is a recent widow who is overwhelmed by her loss, is in a house that is too big for her and wants to downsize.”

In this scenario, ‘anyone’ probably does not make you think of a qualified referral, whereas the second one will help you visualize a referral immediately if you know someone in that situation. The goal is not to serve everyone, that means more work because you are funneling a larger selection of less qualified leads for a lower closing rate. Instead, the ideal goal is to have a smaller pool of highly qualified leads for a higher closing rate – all for less work!

How To Find the Right Message, Medium & Market

Your Ideal Client Persona, or Avatar, is the single most important foundation you can create for your marketing. Why is that? Because when you understand who your ideal client is, and how you serve them, you can create the messaging to appeal to them and use it in the right place.

When you address your client’s pain points and offer a solution to them, in the form of a story (because stories are memorable and people make decisions on emotion), then you will work with those that you can best help. The purpose of marketing is not to manipulate people, but instead to understand them so that you can authentically add value and solve their problems.

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Not Getting Enough Leads in Your Business? Time for a Business Marketing Audit

One of the most common frustrations with business owners or business managers is not getting enough leads in their business. The challenge here is that there is not a one size fits all solution when you are trying to get more clients. The good side though, is that there are many proven solutions to marketing that can be customized to best suit your business. 

Magnetically Attracting Ideal Clients

I approach the challenge to leads through a marketing point of view because marketing creates the most results with less work over the long term. Marketing is about magnetically attracting your ideal clients to you, so that they are more highly qualified and are asking to hire you! To see results like this, you need to completely understand your ideal client, know their pain points and triggers, and know specifically what they are looking for and the solution you can offer. In addition, you then need a targeted sales funnel that is educating them while they are receiving free advice or support from you.

Think of marketing as the marketing pie. There are many different actions and activities you can take, but you need to determine what percentage of each will make up your marketing pie.

Marketing Pie - Marketing Activities

Marketing Audit

One of my favorite activities is sitting down with clients to review their current marketing, and brainstorm ideas to create an overall strategy for their marketing plan that best targets their ideal clients.

Sometimes business owners are too close to their business, or just need an external mind to see their situation from a unique angle or to bounce ideas off of. Designflair’s Marketing Audit is a process that results in identifying your ideal client, creating an ideal client persona, developing a marketing matrix so that you marketing materials are highly targeted and focused on your ideal client and a strategy of activities laid out for you to implement (or hire Designflair to implement for you).

Our initial 30 minute consultation for your Marketing Audit is free, so there’s no risk for you and every chance that you can have a more targeted marketing message and generate more of the right leads, for your business. Contact Designflair for your free Marketing Audit Consultation.

What is Designflair’s Ideal Project & Client?

One of the first questions I ask my client is who are you targeting (Who is your ideal client?) and what are you offering them (what is your ideal project?)?

I’ll share my own answer of my ideal client and project.

The Sweet Spot: Media, Message & Market

As a graphic designer, I’ve always looked at the bigger picture of what I am doing. I’m not just creating a pretty looking logo, website or brochure to make your business look professional; I’m developing a piece that is intended to help your business grow by attracting ideal new clients.

This involves not only the visual image (media), but also the message and the right audience (market).

Anyone error in these three areas and an otherwise well developed campaign can flop, but hit all of them right and you have the sweet spot of a successful campaign or project that compels your ideal client to reach out and work with you because you are able to solve their exact challenge or problem.

Media, Market, Message Venn Diagram

I look at this as a puzzle to be solved. How can I get into the heads of your ideal clients and know what they are thinking? What pain they have in their lives that you have the exact solution to?

To many, this is marketing, but I consider it such an integral part of any project that I don’t separate it out from the original design project. Here’s a little break down between Marketing and Branding.

What is Marketing?

  • The process of promoting the value of a product or service in order to get someone to buy it.
  • Marketing is the message you use to promote you product or service; what you say and how you say it to explain how awesome your product or service is and why people should pay for it.

What is Branding?

  • A brand is a set of associations that a person (or group of people) makes with a company, product, service, individual or organization.
  • If a brand results from a set of associations and perceptions in people’s minds, then branding is an attempt to harness, generate, influence and control these associations to help the business perform better.

 Why Are Both Important?

  • Branding alone does not make someone buy your product or service, but it does help you stand out from the competition.
  • Marketing can be used to push or pull customers to buy your product or service, but it is not what differentiates you from your competitors.

Who is my ideal client?

I love to work with new or emerging business owners who are running their own practice, or building to a business of 10 or fewer.

They struggle with marketing their business effectively.

They would like to get a lot more new and recurring clients, without having to work so hard.

What is my ideal project?

Working with my clients as part of their team to really understand the minds of their ideal clients, then developing creative and innovative ways to have them visible everywhere so that their clients just have to contact them to schedule a meeting.

From there, then developing the message, content and graphics to bring those marketing pieces to life.

Essentially, I love the strategy process to develop a marketing campaign and then taking those ideas into print and digital branding.

Examples of this include (but are not limited to):

  • Designing a website for a new business and creating the homepage content that will then be transferred to their print brochures
  • Creating a more effective business card with actual pain points of clients
  • Redesigning a website for an existing business who now better understands their clients and wants to add more features
  • Developing a campaign brand for a seasonal sale or product launch

What Makes Designflair different from other graphic & web design companies?

Designflair is a boutique design studio serving our clients to create customized solutions for their needs. We don’t have cookie cutter projects, or website templates that we use. Instead, each project is approached with a goal to problem solve, target your ideal customer and convey your business message effectively.

When it comes to website design, the first choice is website platform. Do you want a WordPress website that can be customized and grown as you need? Or do you have simpler needs and only need a website to convey information to your clients and attract them to your website (search engine optimization or SEO)?

We walk you through the benefits and downsides of each website option so that you can understand and use our recommendations to choose the best website platform for your business.

When it comes to functionality, WordPress is king, but it can also be overkill or a lot of extra work to keep it secure and backed up when you don’t want the maintenance.

The wonderful thing about WordPress is that it can be customized to do whatever you want. Whenever we develop a website, it starts with a custom design layout. Our design takes into account your user experience, message and functionality you want to include on the homepage and body pages. I love the process of taking your message, and using the best marketing strategies to ensure that we effectively convey your message and even compel your ideal clients to reach out to you.

When it comes to WordPress website design, there are templates available called themes. Themes range from free to paid, to customized theme builders. The problem with free themes is that you get what you pay for, they can be bloated, not coded properly, not properly maintained or even have back door security risks that you are unaware of. We recommend themes on a case by case basis, but usually prefer to develop a custom design for your website and then work on it from there.

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What makes Designflair different from other graphic & web design companies? We don’t offer cookie cutter solutions; we listen to your challenges and goals and create a custom solution for you. Sometimes there are ways to speed the process up, with your feedback or approval, but your business matters and we want to ensure your marketing is effective and useful.

I love studying psychology and how the brain works, which ties back into marketing and effectively designing solutions to grow your business.

Contact us today, we’d love to talk to you about your latest project.

How To Find Your Brand’s Voice and Create A Compelling Message

Establishing a cohesive and clear brand identity is key to everything that your business does; it helps steer you to market effectively in a way that is true to your business.
Here at Designflair, branding drives everything that we do and we’re here to help your business grow.

What is your brand voice?

Your brand voice is an element of your branding that determines the way in which you communicate to your audience. Namely, your brand voice is the tone and style in which you express your business through marketing media. Your brand voice is employed through your website content, email marketing, blog posts, landing pages, and social media content.
There are many different ways to describe your brand voice. We find it most beneficial to choose a set of adjectives that determine the way you communicate about your business.

How do you define your brand voice?

Determining your brand voice can be daunting. So let’s break it down.

First, write down your business’ values.

  • Think about your mission statement.
  • Gather your employees and settle on shared values that influence your business.
  • Brainstorm the values that drive your business’ interactions.

 

Secondly, make a list of adjectives that those values.

  • Grab a thesaurus and check for some related words.
  • Be creative and think outside of the box.

 

Lastly, take that list and narrow it down.

  • Look over the list of words you collected and circle the ones that pop out to you.
  • Determine which ones are consistent with your business, what you do, and why you do it.
  • Select three adjectives and stick with those to establish your brand voice.

As an example, let’s take a look at the branding for the company Life is Good. Under their About Page, you will find their Purpose (or mission statement).  While their business name itself really tells us what they are all about, their Purpose is even more specific; their mission is “spreading the power of optimism.”

Life is Good Mission Statement Brand Voice

So taking this mission statement, we could easily generate a list of adjectives to help direct and guide all the content that is put out by this business. This list is then used to establish their brand voice.

Simply starting with the word “optimism” we could then think of adjectives such as cheerful, hopeful and encouraging.
The branding of Life is Good shows that they are optimistic. They have a campaign to “spread optimism” through social media, allowing them to engage with their target audience. The bright yellow used consistently in their branding is uplifting and cheerful, reminiscent of the sun.

Brand Voice Branding Pleasanton

This is their “Stories of Optimism” page where they share inspiring stories from around their world. On this page, you’ll find updated stories about people who are spreading happiness and fun posts about topics such as gratitude. Life is Good and the content they produce as a business is a great example of a cohesive brand voice.

Another important aspect about identifying your brand voice, is to continually consider your audience. Think about topics that they are interested in. Listen to what they are talking about and figure out what they are concerned with. This will help you think of content for your business to be generating, whether it’s through blog posts or webinars or email marketing.
Did you hear about REI’s recent campaign #OptOutside?

REI Brand Voice

REI will be closing all their stores on black friday this year, encouraging their customers to head to the outdoors. This marketing campaign is brilliant because it speaks to their target audience: it’s adventurous and goes against the grain. It is also shareable, a key ingredient for an effective marketing campaign. By encouraging their customers to do what they love, REI is gaining lots of traffic and attention to their business.

Designflair: A Design Firm’s Voice

We are lucky in Designflair that we are also in a creative industry where unique ideas and creativity are allowed. We use a more casual, informative tone because we like to build relationships with our clients and audience and provide value to their lives. When we help a client’s business grow, we are improving the impact their business makes, the quality of their life and also the quality of their employee’s lives – all from doing what we love.

Alyssa, founder of Designflair, explains, “I love what we do because we provide value to our clients – marketing, SEO, web design and even graphic design can be intimidating. Then we come in, make recommendations and  implement solutions for our clients that solve their problems and bring in new business. When I triple a client’s business, I am ecstatic for them as it means new possibilities for what they can do with their business and their lives!

At Designflair, we make sure to consider our clients in everything we do. Before writing our blog posts, we think about how we can help our audience and provide them with tools that they need. Our goal is to help you and your business succeed. Considering your audience also allows you to be approachable in your branding strategies.

With the new year just around the corner, it’s a great time to be evaluating your business during these next few months. Take time to pause and ask yourself some questions. Are you achieving what you set out to do as a business? Are your clients and customers familiar with your brand? Does your marketing speak to who you are?  

Designflair exists to help your business succeed. Set up a time to chat with us about your brand identity. We can help you determine what makes your business stand out from the rest!