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What is the Flavor of Your Website?

Published on 2/16/2018
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When I mention, "flavor", I mean the appeal of the 
products or services, a company offers, to your basic 
senses, ( taste, touch, feel, sight, etc.).

But, allow me to extend this even further and talk about company appeal as well, for example company "culture". 
Let's get less broad and bring this to you and me. What 
is our "appeal" to the public? Do we present a good image, ("flavor") to the public? Are people impressed with the products and services we offer? Are they presented in a professional manner?

This analysis could be applied to email, websites, ads, 
for that matter, anything the public "sees" with our name 
on it. In previous articles, we discussed BRANDING your company.

Included in this process would be BRANDING your image as 
well. So, when I mention Wendy's, for example I see DAVE, 
the friendly guy who cares about selling good products. 
When I mention McDonald's I see RONALD, the clown appealing 
to children.

What does this have to do with the product?

Absolutely nothing.

It was a masterful way of BRANDING a company. Since they 
both sell basically the same product, what separates one 
from the other is their "image". Dave, the nice guy who 
wants to provide quality hamburgers and the Ronald, the 
clown, who loves kids, in the other case.

Where am I going with this?

I believe it is important to create a business logo, and slogan, to optimize your branding process. Then, it is really important to create your company "image". I hope my "image" projects WORK FROM HOME, quality products and services, and a professional image; and, that I have a website you can visit that is reliable and trustworthy.

When you see our logo, that is what I want your vision 
and memory to recall. Something like "Dave" or "Ronald".

Do you want you image to be a high-powered sales company, 
or a professional, creative, critical thinker? The "image" 
I get in the first case is SPAM, misrepresentation, (tell 
anybody anything to get it sold), and worthless products 
and services.

Please, I am not trying to offend anyone. We all need to 

But, there is the right way and the wrong way. I prefer 
the right way. We stand behind ALL products and services, 
and will NEVER spam anyone at any time.

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