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Deviant green presentation

  1. 1. Deviant Green Ideas for growth and development.
  2. 2. Networking: • Finding existing groups – Venture Street Network (Dunedin Area Business Association) – Creative Networking for Women (Palm Harbor) • Create your own group – Develop the website for the group – Seek local business owners to join through post cards and visits – Adds to your professional resume for increased sales. – Example of our local groups that are very recent… • Dayton Young Professionals Association Article only • YAR Networking Website, largely my boss’ project
  3. 3. Web Development: The Business Owner Perspective • Interest Level – Branding, it’s more than a product! – People vs. Robot: The care factor • Sample Page • Understanding of basic concept: research – Competing • The Deal Breakers – Discover this quickly! – Price? – Speed? – Quality?
  4. 4. The Competition Today • Outsourcing – Websites made in India! – Outsourced and copy pasted code! • “Insourcing” – Using only images provided vs… – Being able to create new images • *SIZZLE* Photography! (Explained later) • *SIZZLE* Artwork! (Explained later) • “Canned” website – Fill in the blanks – Cheap and easy form filled
  5. 5. Added Value • Photography & Art – Big *sizzle* point for you already – Can go further: points of purchase / banners – As creating the website goes on, the apparent need for these grows. – Can always pitch the idea then can it. • Customer Service • Integration, esp. local level
  6. 6. Example of “Point of Purchase” • Here’s where I send you a file. • You’re cute • I miss you • Shall we take a break now? ;) • The Guy that did our point of purchase: – http://www.visualedgeimaging.com/ – The ideas there would really follow up on things
  7. 7. Another Example… social networking • http://www.omnispear.com/ – They are looking for a web designer… – Main thing to look at here is their Work and blog • Facebook! Twitter, etc. – Added value! – It doesn’t always have to be design related – You can get referenced from other design companies / the internet
  8. 8. Other Possibilities • http://www.hockinghills.com/ – Website with sub-websites – Compare different places – Some of the “sub-websites” are designed by the owners, some are links • Is there something like this in the Tampa Bay area? We could be the first to create it!
  9. 9. Final Notes • The first step is networking • The second step is refining the process – Added Values – Customer Service • The final step is to “marry” these ideas and integrate new ideas to continue to add value to our product. - Branding

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