When you imagine who your target customer is, do you imagine someone very specific? Or do you feel that anyone with a beating heart is a potential customer? For your marketing to be effective, it’s best to view your customer as someone specific because you need to know what they want, what they needs, and what solutions you offer to their problems.
Month: November 2010
15 Wonderful links packed full of inspiration, free resources, Apple, Google, and more.
10 Crazy Harajuku Photographs
Fashion is huge in Tokyo and every Sunday young people gather near Harajuku station in Tokyo to pose. An electric mix of fashions collide and these teenagers express themselves in their own unique way. No rules, no limitation, no boundaries. This is for sure a photographer’s heaven.
Our Daily Best
What did the papa tomato say to the baby tomato, when the baby was falling behind? While you are trying to figure it out, catch up with the best posts from this past week!
Debbie Doherty creates art that is a mix of graphical symmetry and freehand whimsy. She is a painter with a twist – a 3rd dimensional twist. She paints with acrylics on canvas, and then creates that extra dimension in her art by utilizing everything from Swarovski Crystals to silk flowers and glitter.
Testing your website’s usability is a key factor in being able to make improvements and increase conversion rates. And one of the places where you need to begin, is knowing what your customers are seeing when they view your site. The problem is, of course, that different browsers create different user experiences. And, let’s face it, thorough testing can be a real pain. But here are some resources designed to make testing just a bit easier.
A small tattoo parlor in Toronto, Canada, launched a unique marketing campaign to promote its shop. Marketing for tattoo parlors can be particularly tough, as the culture and community of tattoo artists is tightly knit, with friends and colleagues also sharing roles as business competitors. So Lizzie Renaud of Speakeasy…