You’ve had your logo since the beginning of your startup or small business. But if you clicked on this post, you might suspect that it needs a refresh. How do you know when it’s time for a new look? Find out how to identify a logo that needs some rework and learn how you can
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Whether you’re an established entrepreneur or just starting out, as a small business owner, you probably “wear many hats.” You have to provide your service or product and promote and market your business. That’s easier said than done. You just want to do what you love — that’s why you started your business in the
Going through a rebrand is simply a way to freshen your business’s brand. It could include updating your logo, altering your color scheme, redoing the font on your business cards, or reworking your website. Whether the changes are subtle or bold, rebranding gives you the opportunity to keep up with the times, change along with
Whether they announce a new product, showcase an event name, or raise brand awareness, vinyl banners have a prominent and established place in the marketing world—even in the digital age. Vinyl banners appear at product rollouts, conferences, and tradeshows. They show up in malls, in airports, and near retail entrances. At some point during the
When it comes to branding and marketing, there are two overarching categories: the controllable and the uncontrollable. The issue that many businesses face in the early days is focusing too much on the latter while unintentionally ignoring the former. As you can guess, this can cause big issues down the road. Don’t worry about the
Whether you’re running a small business or preparing to launch a startup, you know that your company’s logo is a vital piece of branding. Your logo is the visual expression of your business’s identity, closely linked to the company name and to the product or service that you are offering. Once you’ve made your logo, you
As a small business owner, you wear many the hats. You’re the boss, the employee, the bookkeeper, the marketing team, and everything else in between. At a certain point, you may want to hire additional employees to help with the work load. The question is, once employees are hired, how do you keep them motivated?
As a small business owner, you already understand the importance of reaching out and establishing great relationships with as many potential customers as possible. You are likely also learning that in order to do that, you have to establish an online presence. Even the smallest of local businesses needs to be online these days. Gone
You have taken the first steps towards starting your own business. Maybe you’re still in the planning and product creation stages, tinkering with supplies and materials in your home. Perhaps you have been providing a service for a while and you’ve just now begun to call your efforts a “business,” expanding your clientele beyond your
Did you know that 88% of business cards are tossed in the trash within a week? If you want your business cards to buck those odds, you’ll need an advantage. Check out these mistakes to avoid when you design your own set of business cards. Mistake #1: Too Plain Simple and sleek is beautiful, but