Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Seeking partnership with graphic artists and designers

HybridWeb, Inc. is seeking graphic artists and designers to partner with for business development. Our company was founded by Tony Coolidge, who was a graphic artist since 1984. Our company's growth and success has been the most meaningful and rewarding when we have worked together with design professionals to grow their businesses. From our experience and success with the, we have developed a mutually-beneficial system of business development support called the Graphic Artist Partnership.

First, we provide you the best web site and Internet tools available to attract new customers, and depending on the extent of your partnership, these services we provide to you can be free. And your customers are YOUR customers. We don't want to take your customers from you. They work directly with you. You don't need to risk your clients going to another web site designer, who may take your design business away from you.

Second, we train you, so you can be knowledgable about web services and Internet marketing. In a short time, you become an expert on the new services, so you can offer them as your own. We will adjust your web site to reflect your new services. Your design company can become a full-service agency. We become your web services team.

Our graphic artists actually made more money from the web services we provide than their print design work. Their revenue growth from their partnership became substantial. We are currently seeking graphic artists and design partners in different regions of the USA to exclusively represent their region.

If you are willing to explore the possibility of partnership, please visit our web site or contact us via e-mail.

HybridWeb Tip #5: CSS Responsive Mobile Friendly Sites

Having web sites that are Responsive for mobile platforms (having CSS code to make the web site adjustable for PC's, tablets and smart phones) has become more important than ever. From our experience, if your web site is not adjusting to be easy to read and navigate on smart phones and tablets, you may be losing 15%-25% of your web site traffic.

That, in itself, is enough reason for most companies to invest a little extra money in a CSS Responsive web site. However, search engines like Google are notifying their users that if their web site is NOT CSS Responsive, they will receive a lower preference for their search engine rankings.

If you have any other questions or seek advice, just send us an e-mail.