advanced blog setup

Let MonkeyFish Marketing turn your blog into an extension of your brand with our advanced blog setup

When it comes to setting up a company blog, knowing where to start can be a daunting process. If you have a strong brand image, you’ll no doubt want to recreate this everywhere you can online but unless you’re a web designer, this can prove tricky. MonkeyFish Marketing’s advanced blog setup service means that you can create a blog that looks just like your existing website (or at least a 90% likeness) so that you can create a fabulous extension to your internet marketing strategy without loosing any of that all important brand image.

Looking at your existing website in detail, our clever team of designers can create a blog template that is near enough a perfect match to your current site. Using your brand logo, colours, layout and any other design features, our advanced blog setup provides a seamless leap between your website and your blog domain.

An ideal way to build on your existing website by adding additional content full of keywords, our advanced blog setup is perfect for businesses who plan to use their company blog to not only promote their business, but use it in conjuction with their current SEO (search engine optimisation) strategy.

Priding ourselves on the fantastic work we produce and the relationships we build with our clients, our talented team of designers can create a blog that not only looks the part, but is designed to produce amazing results. Providing you with the perfect place to post industry specific information or advertise your services and promote your business online, our advanced blog setup service is ideal for larger businesses with a strong corporate image.

Create a look-a-like blog with our advanced blog setup

To find out more about our advanced blog setup, please call us today on 01282 504 730.

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