At Marginhancers, we build websites that engage their target audiences and keep them coming back.
We're obsessive about design.
We write copy that sells.
We shoot your photography, so you have good pictures of your people and products without having to worry about where they'll come from. (And, you and your people never looked so good! Great skin, white teeth . . . just like the models in magazines!)
Plus, video . . . testimonials, events, product demos. Your website really is your television station. Or your webinar series - and it probably should be.
But here's the deal.
Just building a website - even for $5 and all the pizza your niece/nephew can eat - without also building traffic - will not build your business. And that makes the entire initiative a colossal waste of time and energy.
So we also build your presence on the social sites that will do your business the most good - train you or a designated person to use them, and politely insist that you do in fact put in the time to build relationships.
We build your offline identity.
And before any of that, we help you figure out what makes you different from everyone else who does anything remotely similar to what you do - and how to appeal to the customers/clients/patients/prospects/whoever who most love that thing that makes you different, to the point that they're willing to pay top dollar for it.
Because as much as we love building sites - and the other deliverables our clients need to succeed - we also love seeing the smile on your face when your business grows, and you realize that the right materials really do make a difference.
Because however great your site looks when it launches, it's not until it produces results that we really know we've got it right - and we'll be working together . . . growing together . . . for a long, long time.
This is a recent screenshot of the homepage at http://sewiteamsllc.com . Just about a year ago, we were shooting fabric samples for the site when a Yellow Pages rep came in to sell owner Cindy Schaper a bigger ad in the book. Cindy waved the rep out the door with a breezy, "Oh, you don't need to worry about my store. We get all the customers we need from our site." Remarkably, the Sew It Seams site - a local, high-end fabric store that does NOT sell quilting supplies - drew 242 hits the first day it went live. It continues to get that many every week, even when the home-page content stays the same for up to three weeks. Of course, there's always a surge when we update the home page!