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Customers form an opinion about your business in 90 seconds and one of their first impressions comes from your logo. Your logo is one of the first impressions your customers will have of your business, so it’s important that it communicates the right message. Good and bad, here are 10 things your logo might be telling potential customers without your knowing it. We Are Professional A well-designed logo tells potential customers that you value all aspects of your business, including your image. This means your logo looks good across platforms, and its design is simple and distinctive. We Can Be Trusted According to color psychology, blue tells customers that your business is stable and trust-worthy, making it a good choice for finance or healthcare company logos. However, the color blue is known to curb your appetite – not a good…
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Hashtags Help Your Business Hashtags aren’t just a Twitter thing. Now days you’ll find them on most of the other major social media sites too. Facebook, Google Plus, Instagram and Pinterest all enable you to tag keywords and phrases which enables interests and conversations to be tracked. As your business grows more competitive through it’s digital marketing efforts, the use of Hashtags can generate a new and effective way to create engagement and brand awareness with your target audience. When properly used Hashtags can be a powerful tool for connecting with customers.
Graphic of Monmouth Park in Oceanport NJ Graphic Artist: Unknown The image about is a very early drawing on the original Monmouth Park Race Track in Monmouth County, Oceanport, NJ 07757. The illustration commissioned during the grand opening of Monmouth Park originally Eatontown in 1870. It was part of a collection recently discover in the home of Frank “fredi” Manfredi local Fort Monmouth army photographer who resided in Loch Arbour, NJ. You can download the High-resolution (4000×3000) version by clicking this button.