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2018 Locals Only Holiday Gift Guide

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Are y’all as pumped about the holidays as we are?!? We’re in super festive moods, and we wanted to spread our Christmas cheer for all to hear by writing a locals only holiday gift guide!  Check out our locals only holiday gift guide loaded with affordable, high-quality products your family and friends will adore: Meeting & Market Candles: These fascinating …

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Utilizing Pinterest for your Business

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If you are amongst the 200 million Americans checking out Pinterest every month, then you know, it’s pretty cool.   So, have you ever considered using Pinterest marketing for your business? Pinterest is unique because it’s not a traditional social network, and it’s also not exactly a store.  Pinterest is an incredible platform where users dream, shop, and plan everything in …

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The Value of Branding Photos

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Branding photos are a game changer. If you are looking to take your business to the next level, proper branding is crucial.  A consistent message, voice, and values are added bonuses, but they’re not enough to make your brand stand out. In today’s technological world, simply put, pictures or it didn’t happen.   Why bother with branding photos? Our world …

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Why You Should Send Thanksgiving Cards

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First off, if you aren’t sending out cards a few times a year to your clients (past and present), we should chat.  Second, Thanksgiving may seem like an unusual time of year to send out a card to your clients.  However, we believe it’s the best time! Here’s why: They are Unique Most businesses will send out a card around …

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Myths About Social Media

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Myths about social media run rampant in today’s marketing world.  Most businesses are aware they should be on social media in some capacity but feel overwhelmed in trying to navigate it.  If you find yourself in this boat, sit back, take a deep breath and learn the truth behind a few of the biggest myths: Myth One:  A Tech Savvy …

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How to use Gsuite

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When creating your website, it’s common to want an email address to go with your new company name and domain.  No matter your domain provider (i.e. Godaddy, NameCheap, Squarespace), you can host your email through several options.   The three most common options we see for email are below:   Microsoft Outlook: MS Office 365 can provide email for your domain. …

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Free Resources We Love!

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Free Resources! Free Resources are a game changer when you own your own business.  We know, just like us, you care where every business dollar goes. You could spend up to $500.00 on a single stock image!  Sure, there are times it’s worth it to shell out a little for a unique image, however, most of the time, the free …

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Top 5 Hacks in Squarespace

In Demysitifying Websites, Tips & Tools by Enid SpitzLeave a Comment

Are you currently using Squarespace as your site platform?  It’s easy to love the clean lines and functionality of Squarespace, but still crave the ability to make your site more “you”.   Add a video to your header: In most templates where you can add images into the header sections of your site, you can also embed a video to autoplay. …

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How to set up google analytics in Wix, WordPress and Squarespace

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Google Analytics tracks and reports your website traffic, as well as where these sources are coming from and how your client is finding you.  It’s a great tool to use in order to see if your advertising, search engine optimization and marketing plan is working for your business. When you build a site with us, we set up your analytics. …

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How to Brace for Summer

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Our business tends to slow down through the summer.  Kids are out of school, families are taking vacations, and everyone in Charleston tends to head to the beach on a pretty afternoon.  We’ve come to expect this summer slump, and have started planning around it.  If your business also hits a summer lull, or a slow period during another part …