High schools have the important task of preparing students for their future; it’s their final adolescent phase toward college or employment! With such an important task, high schools must have a website that helps them succeed in all areas. Your high school website design should attract parents and students and be extremely functional. Discover more:
As technology evolves, businesses can maximize their space on the Internet through their website. In recent years, website trends have exceeded expectations for both customers and companies.
A buyer persona is a representation of your ideal customer and is created through examining your current clients. The creation of your persona will identify your customer’s demographics, buying habits, interactions with your product or service, and much more.
Booklet design from M&R Marketing Group is a great way to provide an overview about your company or organization to clients, donors, vendors, and more.
When you publish up-to-date, industry-related news on your website or social media accounts, your company is impacted in four important ways.
We started a new series called Grow from Within, with one basic assumption: every business has a desire to grow. As we’ve explored business growth, we’ve concluded that businesses will always look externally for growth opportunities but will rarely look internally. The goal of each article in this series is to demonstrate how an inward […]
More than a word combination, your mission and vision statement can breathe life into your company, motivate your employees, and more.
In the grind of growing a business, most of our efforts are externally focused – networking, trade shows, advertising, etc. – and we spend a very small amount of time internally focused. To help encourage this important process, we’re excited to start a 4-part series focused on growing your business from within. This series will […]
Unfortunately, your posts aren’t getting the traction and reach they deserve. To break it down further, only 6% of your Facebook followers see your post. The question remains: what about the other 94%? And, more importantly, what can you do about it?