CSI clarifies with the customer before doing work

Here are things I like about working with CSI: - They are prompt in your appointments, emails, and replies. -...

Ken Walter
Integrity Landscape Group

Web Design, Social Media, Email Marketing
2016-10-31T16:16:48-04:00

Ken Walter
Integrity Landscape Group

Here are things I like about working with CSI: - They are prompt in your appointments, emails, and replies. - They also clarify with the customer before doing work. - They communicate with the customer throughout the process to make sure everything is still understood. - Their billing is pretty thorough too. - And, their work is good. - There were few to no calls regarding mistake/ miscommunication here and there. If there was it was handled immediately.

Carol is prompt, knowledgeable and easy to work with

Carol has been attending to Mom-Talent's website for several years. She is prompt, knowledgeable and easy to work with. She...

Barb Stengard
Owner
Mom-Talent, LLC

www.mom-talent.com

Web Design, Social Media, Email Marketing
5
2016-10-31T16:18:27-04:00

Barb Stengard
Owner
Mom-Talent, LLC

www.mom-talent.com

Carol has been attending to Mom-Talent's website for several years. She is prompt, knowledgeable and easy to work with. She provides superior services at prices that are affordable.

Thanks to CSI, I now have a web presence.

I like the one-on-one and the feed back that CSI gave me to get started. I had no idea as...

Bartina Sigman, Owner
American Elite Cleaning Services

Web Design, Social Media, Email Marketing
5
2016-10-31T16:25:07-04:00

Bartina Sigman, Owner
American Elite Cleaning Services

I like the one-on-one and the feed back that CSI gave me to get started. I had no idea as to how to begin my web page project. Thanks to CSI, I now have a web presence.

Carol is a beast at bringing my vision to life

Finding the right person to support my dream projects hasn't always been easy. That is -- until I connected with...

Wendy Y. Bailey - Master Business Coach, CEC, C.NLP
Income Acceleration Mentor at Business Beyond Limits

playbiggernow2016.com

Web Design, Social Media, Email Marketing
5
2016-10-31T14:21:14-04:00

Wendy Y. Bailey - Master Business Coach, CEC, C.NLP
Income Acceleration Mentor at Business Beyond Limits

playbiggernow2016.com

Finding the right person to support my dream projects hasn't always been easy. That is -- until I connected with the Online WOW! Strategist, Carol Dunlop. Carol is knowledgeable about her craft and truthful about what can be accomplished within proposed time frames. She is a beast at bringing my vision to life while setting up the right tools to ensure my online success. The project Carol just completed for my live event is absolutely AWESOME! I look forward to our next project. It's because I know without a doubt that NO ONE can translate my vision into reality like Carol. She is truly my Online WOW! Strategist. I highly recommend Carol not just as a web designer but as a consummate professional with the ability to support you in achieving all of your online goals.

Carol and Alvin went above and beyond

I hired Carol Dunlop to design my website because I had no idea about what was needed. Carol really listened...

Betty Humphrey Fowler
Feng Shui Interior Re-Design Consultant
Energized Spaces

https://www.energizedspaces.com/

Web Design, Social Media, Email Marketing
5
2016-10-31T14:24:55-04:00

Betty Humphrey Fowler
Feng Shui Interior Re-Design Consultant
Energized Spaces

https://www.energizedspaces.com/

I hired Carol Dunlop to design my website because I had no idea about what was needed. Carol really listened to and answered every question I had. She was patient and gave me suggestions that I would never have considered. Carol is truly an expert in the website design and social media arenas. I am also grateful to both Carol and Alvin for going above and beyond to repair my website when it was hacked while under Go Daddy's hosting. Go Daddy left me out in the cold but they stepped in, found how deep the hack was and brought my site back as good as new with new protocols in place. Needless to say, I dropped Go Daddy and now use CSI Corp for my website hosting. I highly recommend hiring CSI Corporation for any website or online business concerns you have. They deliver on their promises!
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If pictures are worth 1000 words, could they also be worth $10, $100 or even $1000? With Pinterest, a beautiful image is not only a girl’s (or guy’s) best friend, it’s also the bait you need to get more visitors to your site and more clients for your company.

Here’s how you can (and should) use Pinterest to get more clients who want to purchase your products and services.

Use Place Pins to Tag your Location

A Place Pin is like having free advertising for your business, especially if its brick and mortar, but even if you’re virtual, people like to know who they are dealing with and where they’re located.

These pins contain contact info like your phone number and address. So not only will your followers be able to re-pin your awesome photos, but they’ll also be able to share your location with their friends who view those pins.

Check out this great article on Pinterest Place pins from Social Media Examiner

Setup Your Boards for Optimum Viewing

Just having a Pinterest account is not EVEN enough, you really do have to work it. The biggest part of “the work” starts in the set up. Create boards that relate to you and to your business. Figure out which topics your clients and future clients are interested in and then expand on those topics. Be sure to create at least 5 pins for each board so it doesn’t look abandoned or empty.

Make sure to fill in the description for each pin, which is how your pins show up in the searches.

Search for and Join Group Boards

A group board is just like a regular Pinterest board, but the big difference is that several people contribute pins to the board. It’s like having your own little networking community. The good and the bad is the “group effort.” You have to be careful about which ones you join because the board actually appears on your account, so if there are pins on there that you don’t agree with or don’t represent your brand, too bad. But the good part is also that the board appears on each of the group participants’ boards, can you say exposure?

Use group boards to collaborate, plan, promote, network and create the perception of authority, in your future client’s eyes.

Share and Comment

Pinterest is all about sharing; over 80% of the pins are RE-Pins. Your Pinterest marketing strategy has to include re-pinning or sharing other’s info on your boards. And now you can even suggest or send pins to your friends and followers.

Other ways of sharing:

  1. Contribute to others’ boards (see group boards above)
  2. Go to the “Popular Pins” section and comment on the ones that are relevant to you
  3. Follow other pinners, including the popular ones, if they interest you
  4. Promote your individual boards on your other social media platforms
  5. Put the pinboard widget or Pin It button on your website
  6. Mention others in the description of your pins and/or in your comments

Brand, Brand, Brand

As you are sharing and commenting, don’t forget about your branding. It’s easy to get lost in Pinterest and forget that one of the main reasons you’re there is to get more clients. Remember that each time one of your photos and related information is shared, it represents a chance for you to gain a client, but that may not happen if they don’t see your shiny, awesome logo plastered on that cute photo of you and your product or service. So just before you upload your original images that are going to drive people back to your site, make sure you brand them with your logo, at a minimum.

Amy Porterfield created a great break down of how to brand your Pinterest pins

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