We are reaching the end of 2016, and in the haze of that butter-baked goods coma it is a good time to set goals for your business in 2017. What are some things you want for your business in the upcoming year? More sales leads? More conversions from potential customer to paying customer? A stronger relationship with existing customers? A better handle on your business reputation and brand?
If the sugar crash has already hit and you’re looking for a pre-packaged set of resolutions wrapped up with a bow, keep reading.
Written by: Adam Bennett | December 21, 2016
So your church has a website, but it isn’t really getting rears in the pews. Or maybe you don’t have a site at all and know that you’re missing out on a critical outreach opportunity. Online outreach isn't something to be overlooked. It can be a great tool to serve your current members, encourage church seekers to explore further and help bring the Gospel to those who may not have heard it.
Written by: Adam Bennett | October 28, 2016
Design trends come and go. While some trends we can happily salute as they leave (anyone remember the "Rachel" hairstyle?), some trends bring great visual interest. This is especially true for businesses, where design trends can help set businesses apart. The following slides were presented at the PRIMA NC conference held at A-B Technical Community College in Asheville, NC.
Written by: Joe Masterson | September 15, 2016
We all have horror stories of service providers and lackluster customer care. Whether it be in a retail operation or the mail service, there are times when you have to dig in your heels as a customer in order to get a fair shake.
So what happens when you, as a customer, may be the one causing issues? Service providers also have horror stories of clients whom they deem “toxic” or a nightmare.
At Cube Creative Design, we pride ourselves on the best in customer service and experience. Rather than “dump a toxic client” like some industry publications suggest, we work through issues and get our clients the best possible outcome and solution for their business or organization.
Written by: Chad Treadway | June 20, 2016