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5 Ways to Improve Your Website

By | Advertising, Branding, Design, Facebook, Graphic artist, Graphic Design, Logo Design, Marketing, Red Bank, Web Design, Website, West Long Branch | No Comments

Creating a website is a fantastic way to promote your business or cause, but encouraging people to visit your site and making it stand out requires knowledge, skills, and time you may not have. Here are five great tips for improving your website, store or blog—and some resources available in case you need help putting these ideas into action. 1. Graphic design (of course) The truism that you have only one chance to make a good first impression definitely applies to your site, and that first impression is always visual. Basic themes, fonts and page styles are the perfect place to start, but you’ll also want an attractive logo and some high-resolution graphic images that support your messaging and show off your products. Not a graphic artist? Think you can’t afford to hire one? Don’t worry. The Graphics Guy of…

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Yelp

By | Asbury Park, Branding, Marketing, Social Media, Testimonial, West Long Branch | No Comments

Next to Google, there’s probably no more important site for small businesses than Yelp. Yet perhaps no other site is as poorly understood. For instance, is it a good idea to encourage your customers to give you good reviews on the site? Does Yelp pay for reviews? How do you go about countering bad reviews? Since Yelp is such a juggernaut, it’s important to get the facts straight. With that in mind, take a look at these 10 things you may not have known about the service. 1. Most of Its Traffic Is From Its Home Page  You might think that in 2012, most people would be accessing Yelp from their smartphones, but that’s not the case. Sixty percent of searches are from desktops, and the company’s mobile apps are used by about 7 million people. Yelp.com gets 78 million…

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Graphic Services Video

By | Advertising, Asbury Park, Design, Graphic artist, Graphic Design, Logo Design, Long Branch, Marketing, Red Bank, Small Business Marketing, Web Design, Website, West Long Branch | No Comments

The Graphics Guy is a full service design agency located in West Long Branch, New Jersey. Our clients come from all over New Jersey, New York City, and Florida to create cohesive brand identity integrated with state of the art digital design. Robert Hazelrigg – The Graphics Guy designs compelling brand experiences that elevate and differentiate our clients in the competitive marketplace. His knowledge and expertise in strategy, marketing, branding, web, print, advertising and promotions ensure your communications succeed at every audience interaction. He thinks strategically, research exhaustively and design innovatively to give you distinctive, cutting-edge brand experiences that inspire, without the cliche cost structure of other design firms. Robert Hazelrigg is a results-driven creative art director with 20 plus years experience in corporate marketing and ad agencies. Also known as “The Graphics Guy” Robert is an award winning designer…

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New Testimonial Received Today

By | Design, Graphic artist, Graphic Design, Testimonial, West Long Branch | No Comments

When my book The Leaf People, a work in progress for twenty years was ready to move into production in China I wanted to be certain it would print perfect front to back cover. We googled “graphic designer West Long Branch, NJ” and this opened the door to what became a professional working relationship. Robert Hazelrigg “The Graphics Guy” brings to the table extensive years of photoshop and Indesign expertise. The Leaf People book needed exactly what Roberts experience offered. Robert Hazelrigg was a tremendous help in preparing and formatting the book for print. We were able to go to print within 1 week of working together all within our budget. Our agent said working with Robert was remarkable and his communications skills are excellent. The factory received the complete story and art in a drop box file. The front…

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