I think the most challenging part of owning a business is creating a follow-up strategy. It sometimes takes more than eight inquiries to potential customers before you convert them to buy your product or use your service. Therefore, planned written steps are essential to make our follow-up procedures easy to “follow”! Keep your business in
Marketing that connects your customers to your business
Spend time doing what you love instead of hours on your marketing
We understand the time it takes to create professional, compelling marketing for your business. You began your company because you know how to bring health into bodies, offer products that will make people’s lives easier, and the money you spent on your education was to advance your passion.
When we become an entrepreneur, most of us didn’t realize that there’s more involved than we thought like bookkeeping, customer service and keeping up with all the marketing media available today.
Taking advantage and investing in strategic, professional marketing can help make you look like you know your craft well and bring you business. If you’re spending too much time on marketing, not getting the results you want, and find that your passion for what you DO is dwindling, it’s time to hire a team.
Offering Professional Marketing since 2006
Whether you need a website, maintain your website, social media assistance, email marketing, a logo, or printed marketing materials, Laine Designs will take the time to learn about your business. It’s all we do since 2006. We will come up with an effective plan for your marketing strategies. Your investment in our products, website design, marketing materials, or brand development will bring you profitable returns long into the future of your business.
Managing your social media can be daunting. Keeping up with the seemingly never-ending changes in trends is challenging for our marketing company; we can imagine how difficult it is for small businesses. Learn More
Get More Miles with Your Marketing
Planning for Your Social Media The first step in creating your social media plan is to create a category list and use the 80-20 rule. 80% of your posts should be non-sales, and 20% highlight your products and services. Take each category and decide what day of the week you want to share that particular
It’s vital to have a plan for your social, emails, website landing pages, and more. Your message should speak to your ideal client. Many businesses don’t know who that is — it’s NOT EVERYONE. Imagine what you would say to a woman, age 24-40 (Millennial), who makes a good living, likes to surf, and loves