Successful marketing reaches the right people at the right time in the right way, but most importantly it nurtures people through the buyer's journey. Learn about some of the tactical services that we offer to help attract, convert, close, and delight customers.
Before we implement any of our services, we create a marketing strategy.
When we create individualized strategies for clients, we consider their Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and marketing goals, and we think SMART—specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely.
Using SMART goals is the best way to keep your business growth strategies on track. SMART goals are incorporated into every aspect of what we do so that success and ROI can be measured and reported.
Great website design and continual SEO are part of the long game in getting your website found, but sometimes it's helpful to add a supplementary effort that's guaranteed to produced immediate results.
Your front-and-center or top-of-the-page ad will be seen by customers at the very moment that they’re searching on Google for the products or services that you offer. The great part about paid ads is that you only pay when visitors click to visit your website—hence, the name PPC or pay per click—or call your business.
Don't worry about a complicated strategy or the messy AdWord's bidding process; we'll do it for you. Our SEO expert specializes in this complex but valuable way to market your business.
Email marketing is effective—is has been in the past and it will continue to be in the future—but understanding the buyer's journey and how your target audience makes purchase decisions must play into your email marketing strategy. Email marketing is not only a great way to delight customers, but it's a proven way to close sales—or at least move leads further through the buyer's journey.
HubSpot's CRM and Marketing Software pair together seamlessly to make email marketing simple and effective.
Are you up to speed on current email best practices? Do you know the difference between a hard bounce and a soft bounce? Are you aware how gray mail is affecting your open rate? If not, that's OK. We do, and we'd love to help you!
Beyond traditional email marketing—weekly e-blasts, sales alerts, drip campaigns, or one-off announcements—we handle marketing automation.
Marketing automation includes sending welcome messages to visitors who sign up for your blog, deploying yearly messages on someone's birthday, preparing emails to send customers who clicked on specific links or downloaded certain material, or following up after a purchase thanking customers for their purchase and recommending additional products.
Marketing automation allows you to nurture your leads through the entire buying process, delivering highly-targeted, personalized messages that address their specific barriers to purchase.
Our expert marketing team paired with HubSpot's Marketing Software make the most out of every automation opportunity.
Landing pages, within the content of Inbound Marketing, are website pages specifically designed for lead generation.
Typically landing pages have no global navigation that ties to your primary website. The main reason for this is to limit the options available to your visitors. The sole purpose is to capture visitor information through a form in exchange for relevant and valuable content like a downloadable e-book, white paper, case study, calendar or to watch a tutorial video or gain exclusive access to an event.
HubSpot's Inbound Marketing Software makes building, monitoring, and analyzing content convenient and manageable.
Social media is an important ingredient in the Inbound Marketing recipe. It's essential in creating awareness and establishing branding, but it can also be leveraged to drive traffic to your website. If done correctly, over time it can generate qualified leads and aid in sales.
It pays off to have a social media management expert working for you. With all changes that occur on each platform regularly, it's good to have someone in the know about Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter, Google+, and more.
Blogging is an Inbound Marketing tactic that uses interesting, relevant, and industry-specific posts to get your business better online visibility.
Besides increasing website traffic, blogging can establish your authority and help to convert traffic into leads who often become customers.
And every blog post written by our content strategist is another indexed page—this is great for SEO, plus it creates ongoing residual traffic which can produce more leads down the road.