Cerebrum Slashes Costs for Clients in High Inflation Environment

by
Anders Smith

Why Two Websites Are Better Than One

With competition for the same customer base growing quickly, more and more business owners are finding that having more than one website can be helpful. Strategic-minded business owners find that having multiple websites can often increase phone calls to their business and their chances of being seen in a crowded internet search. When a business opts to have more than one website, it’s usually a good practice to vary the colors and design of each digital presence. This allows the business owner to back-test what elements of a website are working and which ones are not. Also, multiple online presences double your SEO power by increasing the pages and links your business sends to search engines. If you don’t have one already, we also recommend having a website for your foreign language-speaking customers.

Say Goodbye to Domain Fees

While other firms increase prices for digital services, we're taking bold steps to support our valued clients.

Starting today, we are eliminating domain fees for all of our customers. Yearly domain renewal fees range anywhere from $50 to $250. This fee includes ICANN and any other domain add-ons like SSL Certificates and Privacy Protection. In this high inflation environment, when prices on almost everything seem to be rising, Cerebrum is slashing costs for our clients. We want all our clients to thrive and automatically renewing your domain for free is the first of more bonuses to come. As long as you maintain an active subscription with Cerebrum, your domain will automatically be renewed free of charge every year.

Oregon Location Now Open

Our Cerebrum location in Eugene, Oregon is now open! We currently have amazing packages on advertising, animated videos, and new business websites. There is no better time to invest in the future of your business than now. If you would like to schedule a free consultation to go over your next project please call (866) 568-4650.

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