From the technical battlegrounds of search engine optimization and analytics to the gentler world of copywriting and customer experience design. Digital marketing from start to finish.
Every business is different and more often than not requires a custom-tailored approach. That’s why we don’t offer overpriced packages but instead schedule a free consultation to decide on a plan to match your exact business needs.
In terms of payment, if you own a medium+ size business with tangible business goals that can be quantified we can agree on commission based on successful implementation. If your business is on a smaller side or you need more consulting than implementation you can contact us for an hourly rate .
Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
Does your website show up on on the first page of Google? If not you are losing 70-90% of new potential clients. Let’s fix that.
Social media marketing.
Are you talked about online? Are people excited to share and mention your service? Customer loyalty directly translates into committed customers who spend more.
To this day email remains one of the most reliable forms of digital marketing. You know that trope about the cost of getting a new customer being 10x of working with an existing one? A proper email campaign insures your remarketing and retention are on point.
User journey optimization.
What are your customers doing on your website? Are you using heatmaps and clickstream analysis? Wake up, Neo, we can tailer your service EXACTLY to match what your customers are looking for, which translates into higher profits and makes your competition irrelevant.
Per-per-click (PPC or CPC) Adveritising.
How about new prospects for under a dollar? PPC advertising can easily be one of the biggest source of revenue.
Does your business copy (text) read like a corporate newsletter? With the amount of distraction we can’t afford to bore our customers.
What are you spending money on? What is your return in investment? Which parts of your marketing do you need to cut lose and which to buff up? No crystal ball needed.
Marketing pioneer Steve Blank defines customer developer as the only job title that should exist at a start-up (or small business that is yet to find consistent growth strategy). Why did I put it last? Because most people don’t realize it’s important until the rest of their marketing goes haywire.
Who is your customer? Are you measuring/segmenting by sex, age, and personality types? Do you regularly conduct interviews? What are their biggest painpoints and grand aspirations? How can you solve them better than anyone else in the industry?