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How to Maintain Brand Identity When Your Business is Scattered Across the Internet

April 6, 2009 by

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The explosion of social networking sites has made it easy for business owners to place their company in the thick of things.  Sites like MySpace, Facebook and Twitter allow business owners to reach out to their clients in a more casual and relatable way.  While these mediums may allow for more personal communication, keep in […]

How Do You Get Shoppers to Open Their Wallets in Today’s Economy?

March 4, 2009 by

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Consumers are spending less.  That’s hardly a novel headline in this economy, but just because spending is down, it doesn’t mean wallets are completely sealed shut. Bazaarvoice commissioned a survey of 800 U.S. consumers to learn about what factors have the greatest impact on shoppers during the decision-making process.  Not surprisingly, 61% of respondents acknowledged […]

New Website Portfolio Showcases Clients in Nashville and Beyond

February 27, 2009 by

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The last couple of years have been a great opportunity for the Brady Mills Graphics team to work with all types of clients. In order to better showcase our work with these great businesses, we’ve redesigned our portfolio. With the newly formatted portfolio, users can search by client as well as by industry or services […]

How Time’s ’50 Best’ Can Make Your Site Better

July 6, 2008 by

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Time Magazine posted its list of the 50 Best Websites 2008, and as evidenced by the string of suggested sites that visitors left, there are thousands more out there that people are passionate about. Aside from some handy resources and cool features, what does the average business owner have to learn from Time’s list? Plenty. […]