As you take stock of the year and look back on all of your marketing efforts, now is a good time to take a hard look at your website. Your website is many things: Your virtual sales department The hub of your marketing and communications outreach An information portal A data capturing vehicle Customer service... Read More
- Jon-Mikel Bailey
- Wood Street, Inc
Jon-Mikel Bailey - Before co-founding Wood Street in 2002, Jon worked in sales, marketing and business development for technology and marketing firms. A popular speaker, he gives seminars on marketing, internet marketing, branding and web design to chambers of commerce, trade associations and colleges. He has a BFA in Photography from Frostburg State University and still shoots photos for Wood Street clients.
Marketing today has some similarities to marketing in the past, with one main difference. The customer is in charge! What happened? Is there a marketing rebellion at hand? The Third Marketing Rebellion Mark W. Schaefer, in his book Marketing Rebellion (pick it up, it’s a keeper), argues that we’re in the midst of a third... Read More
We’ve been designing and developing websites and print materials for clients for 17+ years now. Lots of technology and trends have come and gone over the years, but marketing has always been about one thing – meaningful connections with your target audience. What you do with those connections is where the nuances lie. We’re based... Read More
We are pleased to announce that the website we designed and built for Wells+Associates has been recognized with a “Best Consulting Website” award from the Web Marketing Association. The previous year’s winning website was Accenture. Now in its 17th year, WMA’s WebAward program is the longest-running annual website award competition dedicated to naming the best... Read More
There’s been a lot of noise lately about a possible recession heading our way. I just attended a discussion with Richmond Federal Reserve President, Thomas Barkin, at the local Chamber offices. Much of the discussion centered around recession signals and rates. And while Mr. Barkin stopped short of saying that a recession was coming, he... Read More