Boost Conversations As some of you might know, product setup is just one of the services we offer to our clients here at Border7. As part of the information gathering process, we ask that you kind folk send us data sheets telling us everything your customers need to know about your products like the names, …
Do you keep track of your would-be sales? Several shopping carts (Volusion included) have a built-in feature that lets you know when someone has added something to your cart, and for whatever reason has decided they don’t want to purchase it and just leave. Is the potential sale lost forever? No, it is not! There …
#1 Mistake: Confusing Customers about What’s In It for Them You only have a moment to grab the attention of your customers, don’t waste precious seconds with something frivolous. People typically decided if they’re interested within a matter of seconds, letting them know exactly what they’re getting first thing can go a long way. We all hope …
Yes, we’re a design company. No, it doesn’t mean we’ll with hold our wonderful knowledge from you. There are plenty of people out there who run their own websites, and when push comes to shove, they’ll design it themselves as well.
Now, I won’t knock you down for doing that. I actually commend you for your effort. I tried to teach my mum how to make his website look better once and she just got confused. If you want to design your own website, well, all the more power to you!
However, when you do go about setting up your own website, I’ll continue to be your cheerleader if you adhere to the following rules:
Here at Border7, I carry a multi-hyphenate role in the office. That is, my occupation consists of multiple titles. They are Multimedia – SEO – In house IT – Generalist. Typically in a single day I may be going from recording audio for a video presentation and then into the studio for a product photo shoot, followed by researching competitors for a client’s website SEO to finally coming to the aid of co-workers in need of assistance with their internet connection. You could say I wear a lot of hats, even though I really think I look terrible in any kind of hat!
My name is Adam Carlson and I have worked at Border7 for a little over a year now as there Tech Support/Implementation Specialist. If you have bought a maintenance package or maybe had a website implemented recently you have most likely come in contact with me over Basecamp, email or the phone. My job here at Border7 is to implement either a pre-designed or Border7 designed websites onto any web platform you can think of(These include platforms like Volusion, BigCommerce, WordPress and Joomla to name a few). To properly carry out my job I must keep up with all the latest web languages and coding tactics.
If you have recently completed a project with us, then chances are you’ve talked to me about the “mon-ay”…or, if I wasn’t pretending to be a hitman in the mafia, the financial aspects of your project. So, you might be wondering what else I do with my time when I’m not drilling you for money in exchange for the services we offer here at the wonderful Border7 offices.
Hello, my name is Nong Vang, and I’m a Design Whiz (a.k.a. Graphic and Web Designer) at Border7. I’m one of the creative minds behind many of our amazing projects. As a Design Whiz, I’m fully knowledgeable of the printing world, such as print requirements and standards, as well as fully knowledgeable of the web world. Here at Border7, if I’m not designing logos, creating print materials, or illustrating, I’m busy mocking up websites and implementing them onto the web. Whether it’s for print or web, I come up with custom and creative designs that will sure to delight your eyes. I work closely with clients from start to finish to ensure that what I create suits and satisfy their company’s needs and goals.
Hello world. My name is Julia Holoff, and I am the Project Coordinator here at Border7 Studios. My job is to make sure projects run smoothly and in a timely manner. I am the main point of contact between our clients and our design and technical support team, so I am constantly in contact with our clients through email and the project manager, Basecamp. It is my job to ensure everyone in the office is on track with what they are working on, and to provide our clients with updates about their projects.
Hello, my name is Ken. As one of the owners, I am the Creative Director/CEO of Border7. My job is to make sure things are running smoothly for us and our clients. I also create the design and graphic work for our website and several client sites. I create a lot of the marketing collateral …
My name is David Baer and I am Tech Support / Setup Specialist here at Border7. My job requires me to be fully knowledgeable on both Bigcommerce and Volusion. I am in charge of Full Store Setup which includes; Products Setup, Category Setup, Option Setup, Merchandising, Setting up Shipping, Creating Merchant Accounts, enabling Tax Setup, Importing any existing Customers you have, managing Coupons & Discounts, Setting up Affiliates, and ensuring that your e-commerce platform works correctly for Wholesalers. I am also the go to guy for System Training for Bigcommerce and Volusion; this is normally for Store Owners who would like to know all of the aspects that their shopping cart software offers. I am very adept with what I do and can ensure satisfaction with all that I work with.
Hey Everyone! We figured that with the new site, and the expansion of our brand, we would give a more thorough introduction about each of us. My philosophy is that it’s always a good idea to know who you’re working with, and knowing is the half battle. Yes, that doesn’t really apply, but it’s always fun to include some reference to our childhoods.