Daryle Rico Creative Services
About this pro
26 years in business
I am so grateful that I found Daryle. He has exceeded my expectations! Daryle is gifted in advertising, marketing and web design. He has helped inform me on many areas that are not my specialty such as social media and SEO (search engine optimization) and that has saved me time and $. He created an awesome website for me and continues to update my social media sites and even above and beyond my expectations in getting 2 videos on my web site as well. Joe F.Mar 14, 2016
Daryle has been a huge help to my business. Not only did he create a website for me, he also manages my social media efforts. I never cease to be amazed by his creativity and dedication to my business. I highly recommend him to anyone.Mar 14, 2014
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?In my line of work, asking how much a particular project costs - be it an advertisement, a website or what have you - is akin to asking how long is a piece of rope. Not all projects are the same. An ecommerce website, for example, is much more complicated than setting up a blog. But I am always happy to provide a written estimate for my services, and as long as the scope of the project does not change drastically along the way, I honor my quotes.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I think it is very important for anyone who fancies him or herself a marketing specialist to be up-to-date on what is happening in the digital realm. As little as five and ten years ago, there was no Twitter or YouTube, and Facebook was still a germ of an idea. Now, Web-based tools such as these form the foundation for many a social marketing campaign. If a business isn't aware of how these things work or the advantages to be gained from them, they are really behind the proverbial 8-Ball. I strive to stay up to speed on these things by reading all I can about them on numerous marketing blogs and websites.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I grew up working with my father, who was a stone mason. It did not take me long to realize that I would rather earn a living using my head rather than my back.