Sync Three

Dublin, OH

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About this pro

How does your business stand out?

We know that websites are more than just glorified online brochures. You want your website to actually help grow your business. This is where we come in! Because we are a marketing and sales development firm, we build websites from a sales and marketing perspective. This means that we optimize your website to be found by search engines. We also help build lead generation strategies into every website we build. In essence we build sales ready websites to help attract your ideal customer to your website, convert them into leads, so you can close them as customers.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

I love what I do for a couple of reasons. First, I love meeting the people I get to meet. They come from many different backgrounds and experiences. I love getting to hear their stories and getting to know their businesses. Secondly, I love creating. I like the process. I like that each project is different. I like seeing the transformation from a discussion to an idea and seeing that idea take shape and then to be able to sit back and look at the finished product.


Dublin, OH 43017

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4 Reviews
  • Lisa M. Aug 1, 2017
    When I started my website design project I knew one of the biggest challenges was going to be around content. I really had no idea how I was going to write, develop or organize my website content. When I hired Jeff's company, I thought I was just getting a website that would look nice, but I soon realized I was getting so much more. What I was getting was someone who truly understood the process of content. Jeff's knowledge of how to write, organize and develop relevant content that drive results is invaluable. I have recently acquired Jeff's services again to overhaul my company website. Learn from him and implement what he teaches, it helped me and I know it will help you as well.
  • Lindsey M. Aug 1, 2017
    Jeff was nothing short of a pleasure to work with. He talked me through all the steps of creating my site and couldn't have been more patient or devoted throughout the whole process. No matter how many texts, emails, phone calls it took to get my site just how I wanted it, Jeff was there, always ready and willing to hear me out, make edits, or give me honest feedback. My site gets compliments all the time!
  • Cyndy K. Aug 1, 2017
    Jeff has a fabulous work ethic. He also lives his mission statement. He is a pleasure to work with; never misses a deadline, always available for my questions, walks me through every stage, speaks in a language I can understand. He is also available for coaching, which was a great help to me. I would recommend him to anyone needing Network Marketing
  • James C. Jun 7, 2011
    Jeff at Bald Head Design has been very helpful in making my business marketing successful on the web. I get a lot of positive comments on my website from my customers. Jeff was also able to do his magic with SEO and get my website noticed. I would highly recommend his services!


What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Project pricing varies based on scope and requirements. Our projects range from $1500 to $5000+.
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Our first conversation will be around goals and objectives for the project. Next, we create an "ideal customer profile." This helps us understand who it is you are trying to attract and gives us a basis for content and design ideas. We then outline some possible website pages and site structure. The next step is to create the content. Once the content has been developed we begin designing and building the website. While every project is different, we keep this same starting process across all our projects.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I am a self-taught web designer and have been designing website for more than 15 years. It first started as a hobby and then I turned my passion into a full-time business. My marketing certifications are from HubSpot, located in Boston. HubSpot creates a marketing automation software. They also introduced a more modern form of marketing called, Inbound.
How did you get started doing this type of work?
Website design was a hobby and I fell in love with it. Then I fell in love with digital marketing and it was a natural blend. I believe that the best websites are the ones that are built upon a strong marketing foundation. As a result I started my own company.
What types of customers have you worked with?
I have had the honor of working with a variety of customers. We have worked with local retail and restaurants, life coaches, the city of Dublin, healthcare, manufacturing, and the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?
I had the honor of working again with a client who was literally our second client back in 2009. Over the years we have developed a great friendship and I continued to help her with marketing and website work for her business. She recently wrote and launched a book and I was able to work on the website for the book. It was a great experience. The project lasted a few months and we launched the website back in May of 2017.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
At times we get calls from potential clients who have been burned by other design companies. They threw down a lot of money and in the end they did not get what they expected to get. Here are some things you can and should do when going about choosing a design company. 1. Ask for references or read reviews. 2. Check the BBB to see if any complaints have been filed against the company. 3. Ask them to show you some of their work. 4. Never work without a signed contract. And read the contract to make sure you understand what you are getting yourself into. Following these steps will help reduce your risk of getting ripped off.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
You will want to know what the process looks like. Ask about expectations on both sides. Think through what your goals are for your project. What are you trying to achieve? What parts of the project can you handle and what do you need to pass on to the professional. Can your project be done virtually or does it require in-person meetings. What are the payment terms? How to go about cancelling a project? Are there refunds? Who owns the rights to the work? These questions should give you a great start.