From marketing, consulting, and total ad campaigns to a single website project, we provide what’s best for you. Consider us your business’s own private marketing department. If you need lead generation strategies, beefed-up content and SEO for your website, or ongoing social media management, we are there. If you want to invigorate your brand, need collateral for promotions or tradeshows, or have a new product launch, we have the expertise to bring it about.
As your in-house marketing department, you get high quality work with lower costs: we get to know you and provide holistic and integrated solutions that don’t look like they were chosen at random. And our experience and connections help us find those solutions at a great price and pass the savings on to you. We take the time to listen to your personal story and understand the goals you have for your business. We put our creative heads together and come up with strategies to reach those goals. Then we stay committed to those goals and deliver results on time.With us an extension of your business, we can help you reach the heights you want your business to climb to.
Every great marketing effort starts with a plan. But first we find out from you what you want marketing to do for your business. This seems simple, but we want to make sure that we understand the goals you want your business to aspire to, and that’s what guides our particular plan for you. We jump right in the trenches with you-- and from there we come up with the perfect strategy.
Relevant Tweets, up-to-date blogs, and active Linked-In, Facebook and Pinterest accounts all bring a level of legitimacy to companies. But who has the time? You are busy running your business! The world of social marketing requires more time and attention than any other promotional effort, and it can be so overwhelming that many business owners give up. We can help. We have the time and expertise to capture the people you’re leaving out—the ones that make decisions based on social media—and bring them right to your virtual door.
Branding isn’t just about your colors or logo, it’s about your company ethos—its character and values. Branding doesn’t say what you do; it tells people who you are. If we are successful, what comes out of a branding campaign is an inspiring brand purpose. You and your employees will be motivated by the same mission, which translates into consistent messaging and consistent customer experiences. When everyone—from clients to employees—is clear on who you are, they can’t help but shout if from the rooftops!
What do all great websites have in common? Great graphics? Fancy navigation? Engaging content? Possibly. But every great website (meaning: it increases business)—first and foremost—is a lead-generating workhorse. It’s that spunky sales guy that works when everyone goes home for the night, unflaggingly devoted and on-call 24/7, ready for anything. Making sure that your site looks good, works perfectly, is optimized for search engines, and stays up to date is our priority. And we want to be invited when it wins “Top Sales Employee” of the year.
Some people think that brochures and other physical marketing pieces have given way to digital marketing. But what successful businesses are learning is that each platform can strengthen the other. People respond to both, and when they work together, you increase business. Adding your web addresses to a leave-behind piece can lead customers to your business’s digital side; your LinkedIn post can inspire them to call and ask you to send them your sales sheet. Collateral materials, from flyers to online white papers, broaden your audience and increase your exposure in the crowded marketplace.