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"Travis at 366 Marketing is incredibly talented always friendly and professional."
"Travis at 366 always goes above and beyond. I explained what I was looking for and the image I wanted to build my company around, now my website perfectly displays who we are and where we strive to go forward as a company.
I have used 366 Marketing since my company's inception in 2012 and will continue to do so."
We were so pleased with our White Rose website that we went back to Travis Baker at 366 Marketing to help create our Sanlando Depression Glass Show website. Both sites have continued to receive positive comments from people across the US. The exposure from these websites has helped our business grow. We also have gone to Travis for help in designing and determining the best ways to advertise beyond our websites.
Travis and his crew at 366 Marketing are the best! They helped me get my website up and running. Very knowledgeable and professional. Would definitely recommend 366 Marketing to anyone for their website or marketing needs.
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From the 366 Blog
- Nail These Components for Your On-page SEO by email@example.com (Travis Baker) on September 12, 2017 at 2:40 pm
In our first SEO on-page article we talked about how to take advantage of long-tail keywords. Now we want to dig down into what we need to optimize a website page. The first part is to make sure you write around the long-tail key phrase you researched. Make sure that it is a unique key word for your site (you haven't used before). Page title: Add your keyword to your page title. Remember you […]
- Better Opportunities by Developing Premium Website Content by firstname.lastname@example.org (Travis Baker) on August 30, 2017 at 12:22 pm
Not every visitor to your website is at the same stage in their journey. In fact, given the variety of keywords you might appear for it’s impossible to know all of the different paths a potential buyer is using to get to you.When you add-in social media or direct search, you have even more variants to your possible visitor's stages.The problem is that if you have a newer website or […]
- Make Your Website Redesign More Efficient by email@example.com (Travis Baker) on August 16, 2017 at 2:59 pm
We work with a lot of different size teams for website design, branding and other projects. The questions we have aren’t about size of the team that is doing the project. The main questions after budget is timeline. Timeline is a legitimate concern with any project Everyone wants everything done as quickly as possible. The client wants the project complete so they can take advantage of […]
- Difference between a Web Design Company vs. a Marketing Company? by firstname.lastname@example.org (Travis Baker) on August 2, 2017 at 5:30 pm
We spoke to a company today about their website needs. It was going well, and eventually, we arrived at the part that everyone loves, budget.Not many of us can talk to a person about money just a few minutes after we meet them without a bit of discomfort. Here is how the conversation went today.Me: "So do you have a budget in mind for your website?"Prospect: "Well, I have done some […]