The VES team is made up of experts who specialize in 8-facets of the marketing industry
VES crafts professional (and some edgy) websites, printed work and branding/identity. We're known for our digital marketing strategy expertise as we also continue to educate our community. We also take very good care of our clients and look out for their online reputation. We provide an array of personalized services such as ongoing maintenance work for both online and offline marketing channels, web content management, long-term managed hosting support, care and assistance for our clients' questions and concerns.
Hello there, this is the right brain team. We tend to see things on a three-dimensional sense as we approach all of our projects through the creative looking glass. From ideas and concepts, to putting it on paper then executing it digitally. We'll help you discover your identity, your visual direction and create an experience for your users that will leave a lasting impression for your brand.
While some were born with artistic talents, we were born with digital capabilities--the ability to see logic, 0s and 1s. Our left brain team is very concise in their agile methods, they create solutions through their ability to see the bigger picture, and in the way they approach a problem, big or small. They are responsible for building great solutions customized to each client's needs.
We care about your long-term goals just as much as your short-term goals. Through the teamwork of both right and left brains, and collaboration with you, we can come up with a pretty solid digital marketing plan that is strategic and targeted to meet your goals. By compartmentalizing your project into more realistic batches, we can achieve tangible success to launch your business while staying flexible for the necessary changes.
In our last post we talked about getting comfortable with Google’s search algorithm, but it’s important to keep in mind that Google isn’t the only game in town. Though Google remains the most popular destination on the internet, Facebook is a close second
Most of us have pretty positive associations with spring. Warm weather, cute kids in their Easter clothes, colored eggs, and even college basketball come with this season. What’s not to like? One part of spring that’s not quite as universally loved however is spring cleaning. If you’re like me, the idea of spring cleaning does not fill you with joy. Nevertheless ever year I get down to business and get cleaning.
Have you ever gone through your email, deleting annoying and irrelevant spam, and come across that one email that stopped you in your tracks? If you’re like me, you’ve found your finger poised on the delete button and then realized, “Wow this is actually something that I might want to buy. I remember signing up for this email list expecting something like this to arrive. I’ll save this one.” It’s a fine line between awesome email content and annoyance, so today I’m going to walk you through the basics of effective and ethical email marketing.