So, the time has come to launch your website! And you’re determined to make a great first impression. But how do you know if you’re ready?
Insight, advice, news and chit chat
We’re launching an ambitious project, and have been working hard at it. At the end of what has been a difficult year for many, we wanted to give our Instagram followers (current and future) The TLD Advent Calendar.
It’s an important decision! You want to get the right name for your website – one that rolls off the tongue, makes sense in it’s spelling, and gives a clue to what you do!
This weekend, on the 31st, is the rare lunar full moon. Rare because it’s falling on the 31st October – this won’t happen again until the year 2038!
So we decided to come up with an amazing rare offer (limited to 3 people).
Do you ever feel (in the business world) you need to (metaphorically) jump up and down and wave your arms around like a maniac to get anyone’s attention nowadays?
Whether you’re willing to admit it or not, there are problems with your website and marketing. It’s true for all of us.
We love connecting with friends of friends! A friend of Keren’s, Charlie, who is a film producer, recommended TLD to his friend Angela Autier-Chanot, a French lawyer based in New York. She initially wanted an email signature, and after speaking, we planned and completed several wonderful projects with her – including her LinkedIn profile and new branding for her firm IBLS Group!
Getting clicks on your website is great, but it’s only half of the battle. Getting your visitors to stay on your website is an altogether different challenge, but something that is essential for keeping your search engine ranking high and converting clicks into customers.
Our client Janet wrote recently and said, “quick question – do you have an idiots guide to adding a footer to emails please?” and the short answer is “No” and also Janet isn’t an idiot!
Here’s a completely un-edited raw and honest view from Tom, our lead coder – who has been with us since 2008! Read on for his views on Top Left Designs ways.