Company Social Media “Cover” Photo Sizes (July 2017)

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Company Social Media “Cover” Photo Sizes (July 2017)

cover-photo-size-cheat-sheet

They’ve gone and done it again… the social media moguls have once again changed their profile formats. LinkedIn is the biggest offender with a complete overhaul. Here’s the latest wrap-up of corporate social media artwork sizes, as of July 2017. We’ve included a FREE template for Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter for you to download.

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Clockwork Ranked One of Boston’s Top Website Design Companies by Clutch

We are proud to announce that Clockwork has been named number 3 on Clutch’s list of Boston’s top website design firms. See more data here.

Clutch ranks leading software and professional services firms by means of traditional B2B research and direct, one-on-one client interviews.

Thanks to all of our clients who participated in the study!

The Case for Key Contacts

Imagine that a prospective client has been referred to your firm. Their next step will likely be to visit your website and see if your firm meets their needs. Assuming your website makes a great impression, they will want to start a conversation. But of the long list of qualified people on your site, the question arises, whom should they call?

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New Business Karma: Simple Ways to Build & Nurture Referral Sources

Whether you are new to marketing and business development or a seasoned pro, if you work for a professional service firm, you know that the majority of your new business comes from referrals. If you can increase the number of referrals, even by a small percentage, it can drastically affect your annual sales. So, how can you encourage your clients (without becoming annoying) to refer you more? Here are a few ideas that stem from the most basic “givers gain” mentality:

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Breaking Into New Markets: 5 Ways Your Website Can Help

Service providers understand that we must be specialists, our clients demand that we are experts in their industry. We get it, we all seek experts now: If I have a pain in my shoulder, I want to see an orthopedist. If I need to expand my restaurant, I want an architect, construction company, attorney, and banker with restaurant experience.

We build our client base by leveraging our expert knowledge, gaining referrals from clients within industries we know, and expanding our portfolios within those industries. But breaking into new industries can be difficult. Here are 5 ways that your website can help:

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