Even when your newly developed website is considered “complete,” it still requires attention. Marketing Coordinators, you are a crucial team partner in guaranteeing the continued effectiveness of your website. Adding website optimization to your task list is essential.

Is there still some web tech jargon going over your head? Brush up on four major terms you'll encounter while ensuring the success of your website.

A firm’s marketing leader is responsible for leading the website development team, and there are many factors to juggle. Simplifying those processes into ten steps will help development progress from a slow walk to a smooth run.

When creating a lead-generating website, technical staff are crucial for creating quality content that appeals to potential visitors and draws them in. Technical staff are the ones who create appealing educational libraries for everyone and anyone to learn more about both the firm and the business, and it's expertise that keeps clients coming back for more.

Websites are the most encompassing piece of collateral any firm will produce. Because of their marketing potential and proven success, they should directly impact every company's strategic planning. In order to have the best results, the entire firm should have an "all-in mentality," ensuring that all planning and agendas meet the needs of everyone involved—most of all the audience.

As a part of their job, Marketing Coordinators need to consider the many areas where they can assist and enhance their firm’s branded message—from photography to company vehicles. Their work to make sure clients form a brand connection is what makes the firm go 'round.

Technical Staff's role in branding is crucial and a key component to customer service. As they interact with customers, vendors, staff, and consultants every day, they should prioritize their skill usage, know their brand back to front, and always lead with a good impression.

In order to quickly and accurately communicate your brand to others, you need to know it from inside and out. With Vision, Voice, Visuals, and Values, you'll be able to hit the four biggest facets to ensuring your brand is known. From there, you're already on the pathway to creating the brand guidelines that will make your company come together.

As the Client Relations Director at Calder Richards Consulting Structural Engineers, there is much to learn from Nancy Wolthuis. She's worked in the AEC industry for 35 years, and has developed the skills and network to help firms grow through leading by example. She knows clients want to communicate with the people working on their projects, and she works hard to shape up her people and spaces to make sure every connection to clients is a strong one.

Most of us in the AEC industry realize that a new name, icon, or logo will not create a new brand for our firm. Creating an “All In” mentality is crucial to forming the brand message necessary to make a lasting impression. The ultimate goal is for every person who interacts with anyone at your firm, in any capacity, to have a structured, consistent, and carefully orchestrated experience.

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