Let’s call it industry-appropriate branding kind of like being age-appropriate. What does your brand, your logo, your colors say about your company. And I guarantee they are talking, baby.
What do you want to convey with your colors and your online look – your digital brand? Is your brand and company about caring for your clients and showing them that they are valued and appreciated?
Ready for new, snazzy colors and a fantastic look? You’ll have suggestions galore for your new logo, colors, etc. You’ll be led gently through the process of making your decisions. Hey, sometimes we may not agree, but I know who’s the boss – always.
For years my Kick A Marketing colors were red and black. Red because I thought it was a pretty darn powerful color. Black, well because it went with red – snazzy, right? And I still love that color combination. But I noticed that I wasn’t attracting a heck of a lot of women through my website. The majority of my clients that found me online were men. And I love working with men. The women I did work with I normally had met them through networking or I was connected through a referral.
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So, I did a makeover on me – Kick A. And do I feel vibrant, young and less wrinkled! Who am I trying to attract? More importantly, what type of clients do you want to attract? Are you working with your ideal clients? Ever even thought about it?
What do you want to convey with your colors and your online look – your digital brand? Is your brand and company about caring for your clients and showing them that they are valued and appreciated? Or do you want to portray power and prestige so that customers want to work with a winner? Every company wants to show their individuality through their look. Well – not all. But let’s hope you are cognizant of what you are portraying.
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Have a brilliant idea and ready for a do-over? When you work with Kick A, we’ll take a look at your current “brand” – oh I almost hate that overused word – if you’re ready for that do-over or are just starting out. We don’t take all projects, but if you’re already working with Kick A – it’s a given. And my designer and I collaborate on most projects, so you’ll have two people working to get your best image online.
And, heck yeah. I’ll make suggestions for your logo, colors, etc. I’ll lead you gently through the process of making your decisions. Hey, sometimes I may not agree with you and suggest different options. But you are the boss – always.
Are you in Denver? Let’s meet. Or outside of Denver, let’s Skype. Here’s how to reach Kick A.