Or Conversation Too Short
It’s 2014 and maybe you’ve been eyeing your website wondering how to make it pop or become more of a conversation starter.
Maybe there are just a few pixels that need to be rearranged. Perhaps some visual candy is needed or a way to join a social conversation.
Whatever the state of your website, you know that mobile is something that’s supposed to be important today.
Oh, but perhaps the budget is on the lean side. It’s amazing what a little change here or there, now and later, can do.
TeazMedia is moving pixels around for websites in need of a little “teaz”.
Please reach out to me to discuss what the possibilities are for your site. I’ll give you an honest opinion about what’s possible and what will work for your bottom line. I may not end up being your solution, but I’ve kept some site owners very happy. I’d love an opportunity to at least try to be a good fit for your social or website needs.
We’ve moved pixels around for an artist, fine craftsman, theater, security company, real estate brand, and a city.
I used to do some things for one of those big Internet companies, so I’ve been around the interwebs a bit. I’m practical though and never far from a workable solution.
I’m also reachable.
I can often be found pedaling from point A to point B while holding a cuppa tea. Maybe that means I can multi-task, or more likely, I’m just willing to bike it with a few tea leaves.
On the personal side, I’m a husband and a homeschooling dad. Did I mention multi-tasking?
Contact me. I’m easy to work with.
Don’t worry. No pixel is too small.
Earlier today, we made a change to the way the “block” function of Twitter works. We have decided to revert the change after receiving feedback from many users – we never want to introduce features at the cost of users feeling less safe. Any blocks you had previously instituted are still in effect.
Michael Sippey, Twitter VP Product
Twitter listens and still understands the importance of the user experience. The fact that Twitter can turn on a dime and reverse a product decision so quickly due to negative user feedback makes this pretty clear.
This is the reason I tweet daily for fun and visit the Facebook newsfeed less and less. Being able to step back and say no to an idea is a good sign of product leadership in my book.
It’s too rarely seen good listening.