Our new look website is now up and a running! Very pleased with the outcome of this one!
Changing How We Look
We thought we would update our followers and future followers on whats going on at LT Vast Media. We are changing the complete look of our website altogether. You will still be able to receive our posts and gain access to this site through our ‘blog’ tab. We thought that the new year is coming so why not have an overhaul on the website to mark our 5th year Anniversary of having the site running.
Our website address will not be changing, however it will look completely different. We will tweet when it is all up and running for those of you who are technically minded.
We would love to know what your thoughts and opinions are when it all goes live, so please let us know by commenting, tweeting or emailing us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We want to make you happy!
To all of our existing customers, you don’t need to do a thing, none of this affects our relationship or how we work together.
Thank you for your time today.
CEO/Founder – LT Vast Media
Why it is important to have an appealing and effective company logo and the elements that go into creating one?
A logo is often the first opportunity a company has to make an impression. It is present on almost every piece of advertising, from business cards and letterhead to promotional coffee mugs. Many small businesses make the mistake of underestimating the importance of a company logo.
The most important thing that a logo says about your company is that you are a real company. All of the big companies have a logo; if you are in business you should have one as well. A lot of smaller companies view a logo as being an expense that they can avoid but this is a mistake. Having a logo tells people that you are serious business and that will make them a lot more comfortable doing business with you. If you are a small business a logo will make you look bigger than you are.
When we design a logo, our graphic designers try to present your company’s values visually. Be prepared to discuss your company’s values, as this will help us develop your logo. Once the designer has a good idea of the image you hope to portray, we will use fonts, color, placement, size, pictures, and design motifs to convey this to your customers.
You need a logo for your business. Really. You need one. You want it to be professional, striking, and memorable. You probably shouldn’t do it yourself. That’s tip #1. You probably don’t need to pay some ad agency five figures to do it, either. That’s tip #2. It does require thought though, and someone that can help you get to the core of what your business is all about, and help you translate that into a memorable mark.
Let us help your business make its stamp in the world.
Advice is free!
Helping your business to stand out of the crowd.
LT Vast Media
Is there any way I can get people to understand that they are being ripped off by other social media companies? Do I have to spell it out?
ALOT of businesses are wasting money on certain social media companies that don’t actually do what they say they do. Some don’t do real SEO (search engine optimisation), some don’t even get the spelling 100% on websites and make sure that they are compatible with every kind of resolution and computerised gadget. Here are a couple of overpriced services:
Intelligent? Hmmmm I don’t see social media coming under intelligent in the dictionary anywhere.
This next one really annoys me:
I’ve never seen or heard so much rubbish in all my life. This is why!
We offer an all in one package, no fancy small print, no catches, no rubbish and no fancy words to confuse things and you just to make a quick buck.
•Klout Score managing
•Submission of websites to servers and webpages
•Submission of websites to search engines
•Search engine optimisation (SEO)
•Press release submissions
(Takes a deep breath)
Ok, if that’s not enough you can have 2 free weeks start up, free photography and no matter when you call us, text or email we will NEVER charge you.
Still angry! Anyone want to help me out? I still don’t understand how these companies get away with it time and time again. PLEASE don’t get scammed! It doesn’t look good for your business.
P.s Still angry!
Unless you have been living in the middle of the desert for the past 5 years without Internet access, then you should know that social media is a massive deal right now. Around 80% of adults use some form of social media, and that number is steadily increasing, even among 55-65 year-olds. If you want to get ahead in your industry — and appear savvy to your target audience, then creating a social media presence is absolutely necessary. Here are some reasons why your business definitely needs social media:
As I am sure you hate phone calls, customers hate phone calls, being on hold for hours, and e-mails left unattended. In the world of social media, however, users can leave comments/opinions right on your pages and blog posts — and you can respond directly to them, with little cost to you. If you are friendly, helpful, and quick, customers feel like their opinions matter and you can improve your brand image and name. You can also monitor your online reputation through social media by doing a quick site search on company keywords and keeping track of these periodically. In a nutshell? Social media helps your company to avoid being impersonal and faceless, and build better relationships with your customers over time.
Maybe you aren’t sure if you need social media as part of your business strategy right now.
You have too much stuff going on, or you just don’t care.
Just think about this: Are your competitors using it???
Do you think it’s working for them?
What are the odds that customers are going to them instead of you because of their social media presence?
If they are getting customers, possibly your potential customers, what does one or two customers mean to your bottom line?
Can you afford to not do social media as part or your marketing strategy now?
Our job isn’t to tell you what to do, it’s to let you know what your options are, and what’s best for your business in the short and long term.
The world around us changes so much and fast. Maybe you are scared of computers, I know a lot of people are scared of the words ‘Facebook’ or ‘twitter’, but I feel businesses need to draw the attention of these certain people that used to socialise outdoors but now do it on computers and mobile phones. Drag them back to your shops and businesses, give them a reason as to why your business is the best.
Don’t sell yourself short either!
46% of Facebook users say they would talk about or recommend a product on Facebook
44% of twitter users have recommended a product.
58% of people said that if they tweeted about a bad experience, they would like the company to respond to their comment.
source -A. Schoenfeld
– See more at: business doesn’t need a social media strategy
Have a look at this slide show on 10 tips to run a successful business page.
Social Media Today Source: Social Media Today
I know you are all busy trying to run your business, juggle finances and trying to think of new ways to get more customers to notice you. Then there is no harm in trying. We are always here to help you anyway we can, if in doubt send us an email: (we read our emails at least 10-20 times a day, so you WILL get a response)
Click HERE to Call Us for more information: 07803322397
I would love to know what your thoughts are on our site, on social media, and if you feel this information is relevant to you.
Have a fantastic day!
Owner/Founder of LT Vast Media
I must be on a roll today, writing way before opening hours, but I thought I would just update you with the things that we are giving away for free.
Firstly when you call, text or email us we feel that it doesn’t cost anything to talk, so why charge people for the pleasure of bouncing ideas to and fro? So no matter when meetings are set up, phone calls are made or emails sent and read you will not be charged a penny.
Then we come to when you start creating your digital footprint on the web, we are giving every customer 2 weeks free startup, that’s 50% off the original price.
Also, no matter what you have decided to purchase with us we will take professional photographs for you to use at your leisure.
As I have mentioned before, we are big on trust and I want to make sure that we can prove our trustworthiness to you and your business by showing you what we are made of.
There are never any hidden fees, charges or small print. Companies that do this are lying in a round-about way and I feel that it is dishonest to you.
Let us prove to you what we are made of!
It doesn’t matter where your company is based in the world, we can work with you!
Click HERE to Call Us for more information: 07803322397
Email us at: Enquiries@ltvastmedia.com
Have you ever sat down and thought about the government, privacy and social media? Government agencies regularly rely on social media to engage with their customers for improved citizen services and cost savings.
It is great news for local government that 98% of councils in the UK are using some form of digital or social media to engage their communities and digitise their services. This approach brings many benefits, including greater transparency, direct interaction with residents and real time customer service.
In recent years, some countries, states and local law enforcement agencies have also begun to rely on social media websites as resources. Police departments have reported using social media websites to assist in investigations, locate and track suspects, and monitor gang activity.
Without a lot of us even being aware of it, social media plays a part in everyone’s life. From the usual facebook user, right down to an email your doctor sends to a specialist or to update your records. I don’t think social media is going to slow down at all. It has only just begun!
Of course there are some issues of having or using social sites. There are privacy concerns, crime online e.g cyber bullying, organised crime, kidnapping and many more. But there are ways to make sure that your privacy online remains private. There is usually always a ‘settings’ button with ‘privacy settings’ attached.
I still get frustrated and don’t understand why people tag themselves at home on Facebook? It just doesn’t seem clever to let everyone know exactly where you live and where you are at all times.
Do you not notice how in business online everyone’s businesses seem perfect? They don’t share the downs, only the ups? I think that it’s a vital part of business and personalisation of what your business is about. We should all share the ups and downs of our life, believe it or not it helps others in the future and it helps people to feel ‘connected’ in a sense to what you do.
Don’t ever forget the simple saying whilst doing so, “You Are What You Share”.
Have a wonderful Thursday, whatever you are doing!!!!
Happy Independence day to all of the American Readers!