It looks easy; it's not. And that's ok.
Web Design and Development
Everyone and his kid fancies himself a web designer, these days. The problem is, not everyone understands what a website's really supposed to do. Depending on your business, you'll have different answers to that question: is it to generate interest, make people aware, sell products, or otherwise? The answer(s) to that question are the start to forming a truly great, useful web presence that will help grow your business.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
The top spot on Google — the holy grail of Internet status. No wonder hundreds of SEO firms are falling over themselves to promise it to you. Of course, they don't mention that they'll only make you tops for certain specific search phrases, or they'll use "black hat" tactics that will get you banned from Google's index eventually. Don't be fooled; real SEO takes time, and it's definitely worth it to do it right. Get in touch.
Advertising with Google AdWords (SEM)
Keyword advertising has turned the business on its head; now, anyone can afford to advertise on a global scale. The trick lies in how to maximize your advertising dollars; are you targeting the right customers with the right keywords and compelling, well-crafted ads? It's not as easy as it sounds.
Nothing makes an impact as strongly as full-motion video. Make sure it looks great, using high-definition capture and workflows, plus a sense of style that matches your brand perfectly. So hey, go ahead and get viral on YouTube. No problem.
Whether you're presenting your case to a new client, your sales force, or your bank, the tool of choice is still PowerPoint. It's a powerful tool, but as is often the case, it's most useful in the hands of professionals. If you've got something to tell people, you need to make sure it looks great so it does the job right.
Talk a little about your business; the problems you're trying to solve, what you hope will solve them, what your budget is, and when you'd like to get this done.