YOU NEVER GET A SECOND CHANCE
To Make A First Impression.
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.
You do the years of hard work and make your customers happy… and it pays off. Business is doing well. Sales are coming in. Then the inevitable happens. You need to kick things up a notch. Somebody says “Where’s your website?”
Website? Good idea! How do we do that??
“We need to put an ad in this 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? 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.
One of the great things about our business: We never know what great project we will do next! One day we could be working on shooting video and photos in Nashville, the next day we are creating a flyer that thousands of customers will see.. or updating a website seen by tens of thousands.. or blasting something on social media that increases sales of a product by 25%.
When we worked with REB we were pleased with their ability to comprehend and apply an effective marketing strategy for our company. It was refreshing to find folks who understood not only our needs, but the sales process as a whole.
Our website and copy now looks better than ever.Adam Houston
St. Joseph School in Bardstown, KY had an antiquated website that looked dated, was difficult to update and NOT responsive (not optimized for mobile devices). The school needed a modern site that was reflective of their culture and image so that both existing and prospective parents would be able to readily find information and get a real feel for what St. Joe was all about.
We could not be more pleased with the work done for our school website by Ralph Brewer of REB Marketing. Ralph worked with us closely throughout the process of creating a new website-building the new site, making suggestions about content and layout, and taking wonderful pictures. Thanks to Ralph, our new website is an excellent reflection of our school and we are very grateful for his expertise.Tricia Payne
Universal Linen Service has been a client for years. We have created print sales materials, magazine ads, website updates and several videos for them. Years ago they hired another firm to create their website… and it was a bit of a mess. It was very difficult to make updates to the site. It used dated code and was not responsive. We recreated the site from the ground up using WordPress and the trusted page-builder we use for all of our clients sites. The site is much easier to update, it is responsive, and it looks great.
I’m happy to recommend the services of Ralph and his team at REB Marketing. I am pleased with their creative services in our marketing projects, web design and implementation, and keeping us current and relevant with social media. We count on Ralph and they deliver as if they are an extension of our team at Universal Linen Service.Tom Austin
We’ve been using the services of Ralph and now REB Marketing for going on 10 years. He has been with us since our time as a small company in an old condemned ice house in downtown Louisville, to three warehouses, dozens of employees and thousands of customers later. REB’s work has been instrumental in solidifying our “What Chefs Want!” brand and securing our foothold in the market.
I have thrown many ideas and projects at REB over the years, and they always come through on time and with high quality. As a business owner you can’t ask for much for than that.
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.