Start With A Solid Foundation
Effective marketing demands planning for the long term. A solid foundation is the first step in creating hurricane force.
Add A Dependable Framework
Success is all about putting the right content in front of the right audience at the right time. It’s easier than ever with digital insights.
Include Memorable Details
Anyone can write lukewarm content that’s forgotten immediately. Details that help your company stand out make the difference.
Better Content is in the Forecast
One of Google’s most vital ranking factors is the quality of the content on your website. Sure, you can get a bargain on those content sites, but is it really that great of a value when Google forgets you, or worse, blacklists your site? High quality, original advertising created by professionals is an investment in your business, but it’s still less of an expense than you might imagine. Your marketing says a lot about you. What kind of message are you sending?GET YOUR FREE CUSTOM QUOTE
What is Hurricane Force Marketing?
When your marketing sends jolts of electricity down potential customers’ spines and leaves them flushed and winded before they’ve even called, you’ve all but won them over already. The hardest part of selling a lead is convincing them to call. Your company’s style can be best expressed through marketing assets like:
All kinds of businesses have much to gain from local digital marketing. After all, why would people want to hire your services if they don’t think you’re nearby?
There’s a reason blogs are the go-to marketing asset for digital marketing: they work. Not only can they establish your identity as an expert, they can help increase your search rank.
It’s the last frontier, but it’s also an important one for your business. Not only will your customers leave reviews, new customers will be checking you out on social before calling.
Building an email list is a great way to stay top of mind with your former and on-going clients. Custom assets like newsletters give them a regular reminder of your service level.
Even a basic website can do the job if you have all the right assets in place. In other situations, you need a little bit more. Simple or complex, the right website helps build credibility.
Newspapers, magazines and even the Yellow Pages can be valuable lead-generation sources for a business like yours. Not everyone needs a fully digital marketing plan.
Physical mailers may seem like a thing of the past, but they’re really just another tool to help attract leads. Your audience may be easier to reach from a mailbox than an inbox.
Flyers and Brochures
A real life token of your interaction gives potential customers multiple reminders about your product or service. All those reminders help convert potential customers to loyal clients.
It’s always nice to be appreciated. A big thank you to past clients for sharing their thoughts and kind words!
It was a fortunate day indeed when Kristi came into my life. My company was in desperate need of fast, talented writers and we were encountering nothing but hacks. And then I found Kristi, who was smart, fast, reliable, creative, and a joy to work with. I can probably count on one hand the genuinely good writers I’ve known in my life, and I’m happy to count Kristi among them.
Kristi created content for our home and garden blogs that still receives comments and substantial web traffic. She met deadlines and brought home & garden industry expertise that cannot be researched! If you are looking for engagement, Kristi is a good bet.
Kristi and I have collaborated on writing and content strategy for years. She has a journalist’s eye, meaning her content is always well-researched and written to high standards. She understands content marketing and has the rare ability to assimilate a brand’s identity and adapt her tone to a variety of styles. She’s communicative, personable, and tremendously fun to work with. If Kristi were a film, I’d give her two resounding thumbs up.
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Feeling the Winds of Change Blowing?
There’s one surefire way to stay where you are today: that’s to keep doing what you’ve been doing all along. If you’re looking for lasting change, though, it’s time to take the first step and reach out for a free marketing consultation. All it takes is a message or a telephone call to start a downpour of new work and new connections.
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