Eric

Eric Kinsey

President

Eric Kinsey studied interactive media at Northern Illinois University as a BFA student in the ‘Time Arts’ department. This degree program covered 3-D animation, video editing, audio editing, installation art and website technology.

Eric started working at VisionFriendly.com in 2004 doing front-end web designs. He developed a methodology for effective search engine optimization (SEO) and established a new department for the company. Eric’s success in growing the company lead to him becoming the president of VisionFriendly.com

Eric is still devoted to working with VisionFriendly.com’s partners, while he oversees the company’s production and quality of its services.

Posts by Eric:

The Top 5 Reasons Clients Buy

Posted on: 09 Jul 2018

And How to Influence Those Conversions with Good Marketing Messages Good messaging is increasingly important for small businesses to stand out and to get conversions for their website / business, but do you know what the key factors are to actually change your audience’s mind? The top contenders for why customers make a buying decision go far beyond […]

Increase Leads with Pay Per Click Advertising (PPC)

Posted on: 12 Mar 2018

Getting Started with Pay Per Click Effectively taking advantage of Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising can not only give your website a visible boost in search engine results, but also increases the control you can have over your digital marketing. Plus, with PPC, you can choose how much revenue each month to dedicate towards your results. […]

The Difficulties of Content Generation

Posted on: 10 Jul 2009

One of the hardest task, I imagine for any design company is getting copy from their clients. The project starts out of the gate at a full sprint as logos, color schemes and button styles all get created revised and approved then the site has it’s empty shell and it is time to fill in the blanks with relevant blocks of copy that are tailored for both the human visitor and for the search engine spider. Suddenly the project will grind to a screeching halt.