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If you’re reading this – you may be considering a new website or a much-needed update.
Don’t look past the red flags that your website isn’t doing its job. Your site should be your home that generates leads and sales for your business. If it’s not – we need to go back to the drawing board. To make your life easier, we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 signs you NEED a new website – let’s dive in!
These days, due to the increase of internet usage, almost every business has a website. With that number constantly growing, it’s important to have yours stand out among the rest. Looking for some inspiration in terms of functionality and design? Take a look at our Hey Now! Media Art Director, Chad O’Malley’s top 5 list of websites he loves. This will help you gain some insight on what to look for when creating or improving a website of your own! Let’s jump in.
Hey Now! Media is so excited to welcome Chad O’Malley as the newest member of the Hey Now! Team.
As most of you know, the past few months have been a challenging time for all. As marketers, our priority has been to shift our focus and adapt our marketing and knowledge base to help our clients through this time. The following is a case study on how we helped our client, The Normandy Senior Living, a Senior Living Campus that combines top-notch amenities and a connected community lifestyle to provide a continuum of care for every stage of the aging process, not only survive during the COVID-19 pandemic — but thrive.