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But how do I pay for it?

Posted by on Jun 26, 2014 in Ads, Blog, Branding, Brochures, Business analysis (including marketing strategy), Business Cards, Catalogs, Conference Marketing Materials, Corporate Identity, Corporate Stationary, Custom Illustration, Fliers, For Slider, General Business, Information Architecture, LAMP Server Maintenance, Logos, Marketing, Presentation Folders, Product Literature, SEO, Social Media, Usability, Web Design | Comments Off on But how do I pay for it?

But how do I pay for it?

Given what you may have already read elsewhere on the web about web design and development, one thing you might be asking yourself is “how do I pay for it?” Though my rates are pretty reasonable given the industry average of $50/hr (you can read more about what web designers charge here), I do realize that many people wanting a web site don’t necessarily have a large budget to do everything they’d like. I’ve worked with a number of clients whose budgets have ranged from a few hundred dollars for a basic online presence, to those with upwards of $1,000. One thing...

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QR Codes: the next greatest thing?

Posted by on May 31, 2011 in Ads, Blog, Brochures, Business Cards, Catalogs, Conference Marketing Materials, Corporate Stationary, Custom Illustration, Fliers, For Slider, General Business, Logos, Presentation Folders, Product Literature | Comments Off on QR Codes: the next greatest thing?

QR Codes: the next greatest thing?

Just about anyone who drives down Route 73 through Keene, NY has a smartphone of some kind. An iPhone, or an Android, or one from the other handful of flavors that permeate the current market. One equipped with a camera. And if there’s even a smidgen of truth to the statistics reported by Clarkson’s Adirondacks Business Center, that means there’s about 1.6 million of them traveling through town yearly. 1.6 million of them, those smartphones, accompanied by potential customers. Give or take, that is. What does this mean for local businesses? Imagine this: techno-savvy...

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