Crane Artworks LLC. Owned & operated by me, Kerry T Crane a native Oklahoman. With 36 plus years of experience in advertising and marketing, I'm skillfully positioned to provide almost any of your marketing needs.
Are you in business? Do you have a website? If not, don’t you think it’s time to get one? Competition being as stiff as it is, without a website, you’re missing business.
You have a website, but it’s been unattended and floating out there in cyberspace all alone. It’s probably time for a makeover.
Creating from scratch or redesigning your website with Crane Artworks is easy, affordable, flexible, and fun. I’ll tell your story in an impactful, engaging, and interesting way. I’ll use images I shot on location at your business or on one of your job sites. Then, I’ll design a website that will help grow your business. FACT!
“Kerry has helped my company grow from the leads we generate online and has done it organically. I get quality leads every day!”
crane artworks llc
A Full-Service Creative
I’m A Skilled Artist Who Can Tell Your Story With Words, Images, and Impactful Design.
is your website mobile-ready?
If not, you could be missing out on 65% to 80% of internet users that may be looking for your products or services.
I can help in a wallet-friendly way!
Here are some things you should know, and do.
Google My Business
Did you know it’s possible to get business from Google for no other expense than some time? It is, and it’s worth spending the time to set up a Google My Business site. After you set it up, you’ll be able to post to Google, ads, offers, updates, images, and more. If executed properly, you’ll enjoy new business growth.
I’ve been using GMB for years, for my clients, and it works great! Just ask Susan Young at Extreme Pool Care LLC. She provides high-end swimming pool products and services. A few days ago, I was asked to scale it back a bit for now. They have plenty of business.
Invite Prospects to the Party
If you’ve been in business, even for a short while, you learned one important lesson. The old saying, “If you build it, they will come”, is not true for all businesses. Sure, it’s true for big box stores, and large chain fast food restaurants. But it’s not true for mom & pop businesses, or small start-ups. No, it takes strategy and effort to grow a business.
Look at your business like it’s a party, and you want as many people to attend as possible. Well, that’s going to require you to send out an enticing invitation. Not just, “Hey, I’m having a party. Would you like to come?” That’s not getting anyone’s juices flowing. Your invitation should read more like, “Hey, I’m throwing a huge bash, and tons of people will be there! I’m grilling burgers and dogs, with all the fixins! My brother-in-law is bringing his band, so that will be cool! My wife has some new yard games we’re going to play, so, if you’re not afraid of losing, come take on a game of horseshoes. We’re starting it this Saturday at 11:00 am, but you can come anytime you want. Just don’t come after 11:00 pm, I’ll be in bed.”
The best way I’ve found for sending out these invitations is either in person or by mail. The in-person requires you to go out and campaign for your business. It works great but requires time. Direct mail requires little time, yields excellent results for certain industries, and costs less than 0.20 cents per invitation to mail. It’s a program of the USPS called EDDM. Check it out!