Build Your Online Presence
Whether you need to develop your business’ first website or have a site and want to advance your online presence, I (Russ Murray, owner of Four Beacons Marketing) can help you. What I do really well is help small businesses which have little internet exposure … (or expertise for that matter)
- formulate a plan
- create an online presence (firstly through website creation)
- and provide reliable ongoing marketing support
How I Help You
I will set up an initial meeting with every new client to learn about them and their business. It is critical to know what sets you apart. Often times a client is simply thinking that they “need a website”, but it is crucial to identify and communicate your core competencies. So, an initial meeting helps to determine what sets you apart, what you feel is the language you should use to communicate your strengths and also determine the imagery that best supports that message.
Now, the initial meeting is as important if you are looking establish an online marketing program to further grow your presence and generate a greater revenue stream. Whatever your need, I can help flush out an excellent message and a clear call-to-action. At the end of the meeting, we will have an action plan.
And I want to emphasize that I am extremely committed to my customers — providing reliable service, regularly supplying ideas to grow their businesses and taking the time to clearly communicate subjects pertaining to design and marketing that likely are unfamiliar to them.
I Build Your Online Presence to Grow Your Profits
The whole goal of my work is to grow your business, generate additional sales to increase profits. I have a track record of helping my clients do just that. My customers are trusting their marketing dollars with me, and I strive to ensure they are satisfied with the their return on investment.
Immediately after the new website went online, we brought on a new and very large customer that has more than paid for the great job you did.
– Kirk Kalb, Vaughn Electric Motor