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Our approach combines strategic digital marketing, analytics, and martech to produce continuous improvement and deliver more of what your organization needs.
(Real) Digital Marketing
Smart organizations understand that the three most important elements of marketing are strategy, analytics, and technology.
We use these as levers for effecting positive change on behalf of our clients, then execute in the most important functional areas to produce results. In short, we make your digital marketing deliver more. More demand, more revenue or profit, more clients, more donors, more patients...If "more" sounds good to you, we should talk.
Digital marketing is often incorrectly conflated with its more visible elements. Graphic design, video content, copywriting, social media profiles, marketing campaigns, and the other building blocks that make up the day to day among marketing staffers.
These are all important functions, but they are not at the core of what digital marketing is, nor what it can do for your organization.
Strategy & Planning
It all starts here. You may not have the most sophisticated analytics implementation, the best data, or the most advanced tools at your disposal just yet. That's OK. We'll get there together...quickly.
Technology & Analytics
These are the big points of leverage. Track your numbers, analyze them, and have the technology in place to automate, gather more data, and propel your organization toward constant improvement.
Execution, Improvement, & Iteration
Campaigns are implemented once the strategic plan has been developed and the tech and analytics are in place. But we don't coast from here - we analyze and improve relentlessly.
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