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01. User Experience:

Create something that moves your audience.

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Tell a Story.
Engage. Inform & entertain.

We work with our partners across industries to increase the trust and loyalty of new and existing customers.
Based on your business goals, target audiences and brand values, we craft original content by implementing a variety of techniques that can resonate with your consumers in different ways.
We flow all of our branded content offerings into your brand’s media campaigns to help grow social media engagement, followers, website visits, and conversions.

How we deliver results?

  1. Analysis & Reports
  2. User Experience
  3. Customer Experience
  4. Scale & Growth

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02. Customer Experience:

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Get measurable results by introducing your brand for your audience the way that increases traffic, grows revenue, & keeps your business ahead of competitors.

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With the right tools and technologies, we get to stay on top of lead generations, purchases, link clicks, and other actions that indicate your campaigns are performing exactly the way they need to be to hit your business goals.
Not only that, but we strategically imagine and build out the messaging and creativity that will make those desired consumer actions happen.

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Help potential customers learn more about your brand, app, or products.
Generate new leads
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Drive traffic to your website or app
Drive new app installs
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It is measurable
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Can lower your cost per acquisition
Can drive off-line sales
Can engage your website visitors
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Can help you build your email list
Can grow your blog traffic
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Your competitors are using Facebook advertising
Can give you an edge on larger businesses
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More effective than organic (organic Facebook is almost dead)
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Most cost-effective advertising investment you can make


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Your online presence has a very broad reach, and when built successfully it can spread brand awareness and gain you fans, followers, leads, customers, and anything else you could ever want for your business.
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A customer base is simply defined as your most loyal and engaged customers. It can also help you stand out from your competitors.
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Your business is bound to expand with the help of strategies and solutions that help increase business Revenue, Sales, Company value, Profits, Number of employees, & Number of customers.
Deep business analysis enables us to suggest and implement the features that will make you stand out.
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Improvements are being made based on their feedback.
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125 Tasks Digital Marketers Do
By Sinuate Media 06/20/2013 Blog
Digital marketing sure has been on the fast track the last several years. With new technology at our fingertips, changing consumer tastes, digital is now an essential component to any marketing strategy.

But it takes a lot of effort and juggling of tasks and tools to successfully implement a digital marketing strategy. Some of these tasks could be broken out even further (yes, you, Google AdWords) and of course, the bigger the agency, the more people and departments are in place to share the workload. Nevertheless, whether you are currently in the field of digital marketing, or if you are thinking about hiring a digital marketing consultant, here is a list of 125 tasks you likely will find professionals in this role doing every day:

Social Media

1. Developing editorial calendar for content sharing
2. Updating Facebook Pages
3. Updating Google+
4. Updating LinkedIn
5. Updating Twitter
6. Answering LinkedIn questions
7. Updating Tumblr, Instagram, Vine, and other social networks
8. Managing your Yelp profile
9. Bookmarking blog content on social bookmarking sites
10. Building out custom Facebook pages
11. Designing cover images for social profiles
12. Developing social media marketing plans
13. Guest writing for industry blogs or websites
14. Interacting with consumers via social media
15. Recruiting guest bloggers
16. Researching bloggers
17. Writing a social media corporate policy
18. Scheduling social media status updates to be published
19. Responding to questions on Quora
20. Researching bloggers
21. Monitoring competitors’ social media updates


22. Developing contests to promote a business or product
23. Designing contest pages
24. Writing contest rules
25. Promoting contests to contest directories
26. Promoting contests online on company website
27. Promoting contests online through company’s social profiles
28. Promoting contests through company’s email newsletters
29. Tracking progress of contest entries
30. Choosing winners of contests
31. Announcing contest winners
32. Notify winners of contests
33. Distributing contest prizing
34. Distributing coupon codes online
35. Listing your events with local online events calendars
36. Ordering premiums created to hand out
37. Writing white papers
38. Posting white papers online on sites like


39. Analyzing Google Analytics
40. Measuring search engine optimization results
41. Performing competitor keyword analysis
42. Reviewing ecommerce sales data
43. Review social media metrics, like Facebook Insights
44. Running reports to track growth, response or ROI


45. Writing proposal
46. Creating lead capture forms for the company website
47. Writing sales follow up copy
48. Writing sales scripts
49. Submitting ecommerce products to shopping aggregators
50. Using lead scoring for prospects
51. Developing demonstrations or tutorials
52. Networking – in person!
53. Writing tips & how-to articles to share with prospects or customers
54. Researching affiliate programs

Email Marketing

55. Choosing an email marketing software vendor
56. Designing email newsletter templates
57. Distributing email newsletter
58. Writing email newsletter copy
59. Setting up trigger emails
60. Setting up an account with the email marketing software vendor
61. Sending test copies of the email newsletter
62. Segmenting email newsletter lists
63. Reviewing email newsletter metrics
64. Cleaning up the database (fixing typos, adding in new data)


65. Developing video content
66. Hiring a vendor to develop video content
67. Writing video scripts
68. Develop keyword lists for tagging videos
69. Writing video descriptions
70. Publishing video to YouTube
71. Publishing video to company website


72. Writing ad copy
73. Designing ad units
74. Monitoring Facebook Ad campaigns
75. Researching affiliate programs
76. Signing up for affiliate programs
77. Running retargeting campaigns
78. Running ad campaigns in Google AdWords
79. Running ads on LinkedIn to promote the business
80. Running estimates of audience size for Facebook ads
81. Buying ad space on specific or niche sites

Public Relations

82. Commenting on articles or blog posts online
83. Documenting online media placements
84. Following up with people product samples were sent to
85. Pitching bloggers to review a product
86. Writing press releases
87. Submitting press releases thru online wire services
88. Sending out product samples
89. Searching forums for influencers
90. Reviewing forums for consumer feedback

Website Management

91. Designing web graphics
92. Editing web copy
93. Fixing broken links on the company website
94. Installing tracking codes on the company website
95. Publishing blog posts
96. Renewing domains and hosting plans
97. Sourcing images to accompany blog posts and status updates

Customer Service

98. Developing customer service plans
99. Responding to customers questions or concerns on social media

Project Management

100. Getting content approved by key stakeholders
101. Posting jobs or RFPs online to recruit staff or vendors
102. Giving presentations on your work
103. Formatting documents (Excel, Powerpoint, Word)
104. Writing case studies of projects or clients
105. Updating editorial calendars
106. Training staff on social media involvement
107. Speaking at industry conferences or meetings
108. Sitting through many demos of marketing tools & dashboards
109. Setting up Google Alerts on key companies, people or products
110. Sending thank you notes or emails to customers
111. Reviewing metrics, metrics, metrics
112. Reviewing reports with clients
113. Researching the latest digital marketing trends & tools

Search Engine Optimization

114. Developing keyword lists
115. Appropriately naming images on the company website
116. Choosing anchor text for backlinks
117. Distributing articles to article submission websites
118. Listing the company in online local business directories
119. Listing the company website in niche directories
120. Managing relationships with the major search engines
121. Pinging sites after new content has been published
122. Renaming files so they are optimized for search engines
123. Writing blog content based on a keyword strategy
124. Writing article content to publish online
125. Reviewing website backlinks

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Small businesses

They care about having a cohesive online strategy. They care about getting more brand awareness. They care about fixing holes in their customer acquisition. They care about converting customers on mobile devices. They care about having a steady revenue stream.

We don’t seem to understand that all the acronyms and developer-speak we use makes our clients eyes glaze over. Business-savvy clients are not hung up on what JavaScript library you use. What matters to them are things like:

Can you do the technical aspects of the job?
Will this investment be a high risk?
Can you get the job done on time?
Will this give my business a better chance to succeed?
Can you get me the results I’m looking for?
What we as web professionals need to figure out what result our clients need, and only then worry about the technical aspects of how to get there.


Businesspeople care about making money, not whether your design will impress your web industry friends.

Bottom line, is your client’s problem going to go away if they hire you? Just like the accountant makes the auditor go away, the lawyer makes jail time go away, and the doctor makes health problems go away — your value lies in how consistently and efficiently you make business problems go away.

Web professionals, hear these words and internalize them. You are not being hired for your skill set. You are being hired as a problem solver.

Quit selling the mechanical aspects of your job, and start selling solutions.
1. Establish value
I’m not talking about the “do you want to make that a value meal?” kind of thing. I mean to focus on the value your products can bring to your customers.

Does your service help them save time? Will using your product reduce the risk of something that concerns them?

Don’t just list all the selling points of your stuff. Use your marketing messages to tell them about how they’ll benefit from buying from you.


2. Engage and then inform
When you pull your customers in with something that connects with them, they’ll be more open to hearing about your offers. I always say that people do business with PEOPLE that they know and trust. Building that relationship with them is the key to selling solutions.

Show them you know what you’re talking about with blog posts that teach them the basics. Establish your expertise with tips on YouTube videos or creating step-by-step image-based ebooks.

Think about a way to tell your company’s story through selling solutions. Keep asking yourself the question, “How can I help my customer?” until you find the answers where you connect with your customers on an emotional level.

Only then can your products and services turn from just trying to sell them your stuff into something they want and need. And most likely, will pay anything to get it.