Budgets. Deadlines. Customer Service. Product Launches.
These are the concerns of a business owner. These are the meat and potatoes of what keeps your business humming along day after day.
You do the years of hard work and make your customers happy, and it finally pays off. Business is doing well. Sales are coming in. Then the inevitable happens. Somebody says “Where’s your website?”
Website? Good idea! How do we do that??
“We need to put an ad in this trade magazine”, your best salesperson says. Is that a good idea for your company? Does it make financial sense? Is there something else you can do that is just as effective? Cheaper? Maybe even FREE?
The world of marketing is an interesting one. You want to promote your business, sell your products and project just the right image to your customers and prospects. You want them to easily find you. You don’t want to be too pushy, but you also don’t want them to forget you.
You’re tired of hearing “I didn’t know you guys sold THAT?”
You can go down a hundred different roads. Not all of them make sense for your business.
We don’t service dozens of clients, and there’s a reason for that. We don’t want to. We’d rather have a small group of clients that depend on us to maintain their marketing and keep them happy year after year. We can’t provide great quality and the attention they deserve if we are scattered over a large group of clients. We’re small and we do good work…and we like it that way.