Fantastic service and I can't believe the quality of our website. I have dealt with website builders before on 3 different websites and shared marketing blows them all out of the water. Happy to give my continued business to Craig and the team. Thanks again guys
I'm really happy with the new look and feel of the website, thanks so much to your team for understanding my requirements and making it such a smooth process.
The team at Shared Marketing were most attentive and attuned to our website requirements throughout the website development. Their response times to our many requests in the design process evidenced a team eager to deliver for their client.
I have had the best experience with shared marketing.I don’t know anything about technology and they have walked me through every step of the way as well as answering every little silly question without making me feel that I should know all the answers.My website/instagram/Facebook/google accounts have all been set up which i absolutely love at a very fair price.The team are friendly and knowledgeable.I would recommend anyone to Craig and the team at shared marketing.Stacey
Briana Cunningham (BriCheesie)
Excellent service and have produced the most amazing website for me. I am now in the process of setting up two new business ventures. The advice and enthusiasm that Craig and his team give is second to none. If you are thinking of setting up a business a website is a must. I would highly recommend speaking with Shared Marketing at the start of any venture. Unlike many of the local so called web design companies Shared Marketing isnt a one man band. I have had problems resolved within minutes rather than days and an extra set of invoices. Amazing business with great ethics!
Craig and his team make doing business easy. Using Shared Marketing to help our business grow was a no brainer.
Great service, friendly and helpful. Craig and the team make a great effort to help your business
Great service from craig and the team, always a great help.
The Waitplate System
Shared Marketing was recommended to us because of their experience with start-up companies and assisting new innovations to get to market. They have been working with us from earlier days of our product development and have been extremely helpful in creating an engaging and credible brand. The designers listen to what we say and advise us in a way that makes sense.They have been a pleasure to work with and have provided everything we needed including brand and style guides, signage designs for our factory and vehicles, designing and supplying our marketing material, producing our video, iPhone App development, SEO and launching our website and online store, website and social media maintenance and the list goes on!We found their services good value and all inclusive and all involved were great to work with both creatively and for our business development.Kelly Arbuckle, Waitplate
Personal Training Runaway Bay
The Shared Marketing team has exceeded our expectations in every way. From rebranding, logo design, website development to printing, the Shared Marketing team has been very professional. Work has always been completed on time, usually faster than quoted and of the utmost quality. Communication, emails and phone, are always promptly responded to.Helping our company to become a more professionally recognised brand could not have been possible without the SM team. Thank you so much, we always receive compliments from clients about our professional image in the community
A massive thank you to the amazing team at Shared Marketing for giving our website an entire make over! Not only has the new website increased our profits but it has also opened a door to other digital opportunities allowing our customers to now order online via customised accounts and other extras we didn't even know existed.The team has such an extensive knowledge base and are always attending to our requests promptly. A special mention to Josh who even talks our lingo to the less IT savvy employees in the office.We would highly recommend Shared Marketing to all those around us and we are confident in the professionalism and care taken towards their clients, just like they did for us.Love from the Cherry Blooms team
First Aid Accident & Emergency
We started out with another, larger web design company only to find we were treated like a number. Shared really do care about their customers and get results.
First Aid Accident & Emergency
Shared marketing has helped our business go from a 1000 hit per month web site to over 2500 specific hits a month and triple our sales.Craig and the team are onto everything Web based and marketing that you need to help succeed. Thanks Shared
Fantastic team to work with and open to new ideas. Would recommend these guys (and girls) to anyone starting a new business and needing a website. They know their stuff! And Craig isn't too bad at kite-surfing either haha!
How can I tell if a photo is “print-ready”? For an image to be “print ready” it needs to be a high enough resolution. Resolution, also referred to as DPI (dots per inch) in reference to printed media or PPI (pixels per inch) for digital media, can be understood as the number of dots/pixels of an image that fit vertically and horizontally within a one-inch space. The more dots/pixels per inch (higher the resolution), the more detail there is in the image making it sharper.
Print needs to be a resolution of 300 DPI or higher.
There are 2 easy ways to determine the resolution of your image (we are able to tell you if your image is high resolution or not so don’t stress if you are not tech savvy):
1. Photoshop: Open the image in Photoshop and select Image > Image Size. On this pop up you will see Resolution and a box displaying a number. This number needs to be no lower than 300 (300dpi) to print crisp and clear.
2. Adobe Acrobat: If you do not have Photoshop you can loosely tell if a file is print-ready within Adobe Acrobat (remember that we will double check it once we have received it).
Set your view to 300%. If your artwork looks pixelated (fuzzy or blocky) beyond this point, then your artwork is most-likely low resolution. If your artwork looks clear and sharp at 300%, then this is a good indication that your resolution is print ready.
How do you deliver my final logo files? When we supply you with your final logo we put together what we call a “logo pack”. Within this pack we supply you with an editable working file called an .eps (for use in graphic design programs such as Adobe Illustrator), a .pdf file and varying sizes of .jpeg and .pngs. Should you need a specific file type or size outside of this logo pack simply let us know.
What is a scalable vector file? Vector files are files created in specific software programs that work with vector artwork (as opposed to pixel based artwork which is called a Raster file) such as Abobe Illustrator, Macromedia Freehand or CorelDRAW. These programs use mathematical formulas to create imagery that allows the images to be resized, scaled, have colours and fonts changes without losing quality or resolution. Vector files are mostly used by professional designers and print shops as the highest quality is needed for your logo and other graphics. Common vector file formats include EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) and AI (Adobe Illustrator).
What are Pantone colours? Pantone / (Pantone Matching System) or PMS are colours within a matching system where each of the multiple thousands of colours is made up of a specific formula of basic colours. This specification allows each Pantone colour to be consistent when produced from more than one printer/supplier. Clients normally specify a particular Pantone colour by the allocated number each one has (ie: PMS 023 Red).
Why does the colour of my artwork look different when I print it?
There is a significant difference in the way a monitor displays colour on screen (through light = RGB) and how your personal printer or printing press prints colour (through ink = CMYK). We match your designs between monitor and printed material as best we can by using colour coding but each monitor and printer may produce a slight variation in colour. Using Pantone Colours when printing through a print shop (where the ink is mixed specifically for the Pantone colours chosen) consistency in colour is far greater but is more costly.
In regards to logos you will also be provided with a version of your logo in RGB colours. To simulate how the final colour will accurately look coming off a press you will have to calibrate your printer with the screen.
Can you design my business cards, letter heads and envelopes along with my new logo design? Yes, we can design your full logo branding and complete stationery package. Use our online Quote form or Contact us for a quote today.