Patricia Kelly

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The Connection Between Signs and Advertising Simplified

Signs Simplified Signs give direction; they offer a clear, understandable and often times singular message regarding your business. Because signs often emit a singular message they are easily remembered by current and potential customers. Signs can add personality and mood to your establishment and are a more permanent form of advertising.
Patricia Kelly
Patricia Kelly | 2 min

Successful Business Signs Incorporate These 4 Elements

Even if you have products and services of the highest quality, if your business signs do not make people stop and shop in your business, you will lose potential customers to your competitors. Poorly designed signs can also affect the profitability of your business.
Patricia Kelly
Patricia Kelly | 2 min

What's So Important About Building Signs?

You know the old saying, “You only get one chance to make a first impression.” Building signs are your first impression to the world. They may be fixed objects and once installed, you may not give them a second thought, but building signs are what makes your business stand out from the crowd. Signdealz tell you how.
Patricia Kelly

3 Ways Storefront Signs Can Increase Your Business

In this age of the Internet people often look online for ways to promote themselves.  However, storefront signs can still be an effective way to get your message across to your customers and potential customers.  Here are four ways they can help you increase your business.
Patricia Kelly

Sign Repair Boosts Business!

A professionally made sign can make a powerful impression on potential customers, but if the sign is in poor repair, the impression can be more off-putting than attractive. Professional sign repair can improve the appearance of your sign so that it projects an image of your business as smart, up-to-date, and highly professional.
Patricia Kelly
Patricia Kelly | 2 min

What Interior Signs Can Do for a Business

Every business wants to impress its customers right when they walk through the door and ensure that they know they have chosen the right place. Interior signs are the way to do that. They are the face of your company, and they communicate who you are and what you do to everyone who walks through your front door.
Patricia Kelly
Patricia Kelly | 2 min

Business Signs, Branding and Beyond

In marketing’s days of yore, signage educated consumers about products. A refaced marketing strategy was unveiled in the Nineties when branding buzz became the catch phrase of the business world. Marketing efforts communicated ideals and lifestyles. Widgets didn’t keep you connected, fill your stomach or shade your lips. They brought true love, pushed you onto the apex of the social ladder and gave you infinite poise. Marketing had reached its zenith as an omnipotent influence over consumer whims.
Patricia Kelly
Patricia Kelly | 2 min

Follow the Signs to Better Business

The first thing people see of your business is the sign on the building. A great sign catches their eye from a distance and makes them curious. Your sign design is a statement of what your business is about and needs to create a memorable impression.
Patricia Kelly

Types of Channel Letter Signs That Make Your Business Stand Out

In an increasingly competitive business landscape, excellent visibility is every business’ goal in order to stand out in a crowded marketplace. Business centers need a clean corporate look on their facades. Hotels and restaurants are more inviting with cozy business signs. Vibrant and spirited signage is what theaters, bars and casinos cannot do without. These needs can be addressed by channel letter signs.
Patricia Kelly
Patricia Kelly | 2 min

Lighted Signs: Best Practices For Your Business

    Since lighted signs can represent a considerable investment, you'll want to make sure your business signs give you the most "bang for your buck." In order to do that, you'll need to understand some basic principles about how to use these types of signs. Here are some simple best practice tips that can save you time and money, not to mention headaches.
Patricia Kelly