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End pointless tasks

A proper digital marketing strategy stops money and time being wasted on aimless, scattergun activity.

It puts an end to vanity projects, mixed messages, dead ends and personal whims.

It provides you with the means to educate the rest of the business on your aims and secure internal buy in.

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Results

15:1

ROI on digital marketing activity

Canopies UK

50%

uplift in visibility for keywords

Invicta

Our online presence has grown significantly, we have positive rankings and we receive a lot more enquiries as a result of it.

Neil Brook, Moorgate Forklifts

Substance over style

Before considering what your activity looks like, we start with the aim.

Your offering; your positioning; your target audience; your messaging; your digital marketing strategy defines all this in plain terms.

To do this, we take an objective look at your business. We spend 2-3 hours asking you questions, before processing and sharing the findings with you.

Your blueprint for results

Our process is designed to help you assess, examine and outline your business and its objectives. We use this to plan your marketing activity.

The output is a document that provides a blueprint for future marketing. It sets out your activity for the next 12 months and beyond.

Why bother with a digital marketing strategy?

It’s totally possible to achieve results without a strategy. Flash in the pan success. What you won’t achieve is sustained results.

Trusted brands with loyal customers are built on consistency and clear, strong messaging – this comes from your digital marketing strategy. Without it, you risk losing direction.

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