Our evaluation program will determine the effectiveness of your company’s marketing strategy, assessing its strengths and weaknesses. Any recommended strategic change and modifications are selected to help you reach your company goals.
Some common areas for our e-Value-ate are: Your complete marketing and advertising program, direct marketing mail, customer-centric marketing, advertising, data, analytics, personalization, customer profiles, solution providers, segmentation, copywriting, websites, landing pages, B2B, small biz, prospecting, channel selection, ideas, testing, call-to-action, offers, email, video, CRM, relationships, engagements, customers, headlines, accountability, proofing, positioning, branding, features, benefits, customer-centric, customer feedback, design, mailing lists, and so on.
“Our marketing experience removes a large portion of the guesswork out of your important marketing decisions.”
“Without fully integrated customer data, businesses are unable to fully engage their customers and drive conversions at sustainably low cost, retain customers and build brand loyalty.”
You need a customer-focus mentality to see and understand why your customers buy or not buy. There is nothing better than weaving a Direct Marketing Strategy and its many tactical choices to reach, attract and sell more to your target market audience. In one word, AWESOME!
Multi-channel Marketing uses a variety of communication channels to reach your target. Such as direct mail, email, landing pages and channels in social media, are hitting their target market with very good results.
The customer is the center of your universe and all your products and services must meet their needs and wants. Many more times than not, people don’t buy products or services – they buy solutions. LEARN MORE!
There are different types of customer profiles, behavior, and competitors. Designing solutions for your Small Biz to attract and retain customers, get end-to-end visibility into all campaigns, from impression to revenue. Easily combine data from different sources to get new insights.
The Small Biz fact still remains that those who “have a need for what you have to offer must be aware of what you have to offer.”