This question pops up a lot. A lot of business owners feel they don’t want to overcomplicate things by developing their branding, however, in most cases they already have a brand and don’t even know it.
From drab to insta-wow, you can save a bunch of time by utilising photo presets to tweak your images into the perfect shot. There are thousands upon thousands of presets out there; I’ve handpicked some of my favourites to help improve your images used on your website and socials.
Colour plays a vital role in the correct reflection of your brand. This has a significant impact on the way a brand is viewed by the public. No matter if it’s a brand for yourself, a small company, or a corporation the effects of colour will not be based on your cash flow. When thinking of colour options for your brand it’s always best to take a look at other brands to get a clear idea on how colour schemes play a role in brand perception.
A Google my business listing is that one thing we all have but are we using it to its full potential? It’s more than just a mark on a map or a place to display your phone number. Let me run you through the basics on your GMB and ways you can leverage its power to boost your own websites ranking.
Content is the cornerstone of today’s commerce—and the best and brightest businesses know it. From Fortune 500 companies like eBay, Sony, GM and UPS, to international news giants like Forbes, CNN, Reuters and The NYT, to tech companies like Samsung, IBM and TechCrunch, but why are more than 75 million websites, including 55% of the top 1 million most visited websites in the world, choosing WordPress?
We are often asked by clients what the difference between domains, hosting and SSL Certificates are. Most clients are not aware that it takes multiple components to make their new website accessible to the world. We will explain the difference between all the components necessary to get your website live!
We at Stoke Design Co get a lot of enquiries from clients that have attempted to build their own business website. Website builders like Wix, Weebly and Squarespace claim building a website is ‘easy’. There are however many reasons why you shouldn’t use a DIY website builder.