Customer reviews say, and do, a lot more for your brand than you may know. Here is a short rundown of why they matter.
Two themes emerged in Markon's conversation with Salsbury. One: planning is essential to small business management and growth. When goals, obstacles, and strategies are documented, that document becomes a tool for accountability, and a road map to guide actions for the year to come. When shared with a team it has even more impact on inspiring growth within an organization. Second: leadership is about quality communication and delegation.
For us, the move is as much about meeting our own needs as it is about meeting the needs of our clients. Our former space in East Vancouver served us - and you - well. It was the scene of many creative breakthroughs, fulfilling projects, and the formation of many relationships - all of which grew Markon to the place where it is today.
Markon's Founder and Creative Director, Kristine, was featured in the most episode of A Bit of Business Savvy. Produced by Vancouver, Washington based Salsbury and Co., the podcast series aims to shed light on business leaders and issues. In the episode Kristine talks about the experience of owning and operating a growing creative agency.
Placemaking is vital to establishing a brand experience, and the Columbia Food park team is definitely working to make that a reality. “I love that CFP is focused on great food as well as helping future tenants with great branding. It’s a unique focus that exemplifies the strength of our community, “ said Neil.
The benefit of an education in SEO, even a rudimentary one, is that it provides an understanding of how all of these actions come together to increase the likelihood that your business or organization will rank well when users are searching for the nearest or latest xyz that relates directly to what you have to offer.