Just because you build it does not mean they will come. In order to have a successful online presence that aligns with your business goals, you need to be pro-active with the many online marketing services used in today’s competitive digital world.
To be successful in developing an online strategy for your business it must be built on solid research and analysis – all the stuff that is incredibly boring but is actually enlightening. Not until we have a relevant meaningful strategy for your online presence do we implement the next steps in achieving your online business goals.
We recommend implementing and maintaining the following digital marketing services to help your website maintain good, natural search engine rankings, establish and strengthen your client relationships and to stay in touch with your customers.
“Your good work on Atlantic Coast Yacht Brokers’s last e-newsletter was noticed! This is the first response we have ever had to any of our blasts. Given that our target audience is narrow and very upscale the potential payoff is very significant. Thank you for your strategic, targeted work.”
Tom Maynard, Principal
It’s a whole new world out there. We can help you plan and manage your online social medial presence.
Social media platforms, such as Facebook, Linkedin, Twiter and Youtube, play a key role in driving traffic to your website as well as helping acheive good natural search engine rankings. They also helps establish brand loyalty from your clients and customers and strengthen your client and customer relationships.
Many of our clients are busy with their business so they count on us to proactively develop content to keep their social media current and up to date.
We have extensive experience in setting up and maintaining Facebook business pages, as well as business Linkedin accounts. We can set up and maintain Youtube channels, Blogger, Pinterest, Google +, Twitter and just about any of the many social media platforms found in today’s ever changing digital market.
How do you collect email contacts of clients and prospective clients? Where do you store those contacts? Do you have a system to utilize and follow up on this list? This list is one of your most valuable assets. Your clients are usually your best source of new business. Business cards of prospects that you collect at trade shows or casual meetings are your next best source of new business because you have already made personal contact with these individuals and qualified them as a prospect. So, staying in contact with these individuals is of utmost importance if you want to grow your business. Fortunately, it is relatively inexpensive to do this. We design a template for an e-newsletter that reflects your brand. We then create content for periodic communication (at least quarterly) with your list. One of our clients received an order for a multi-million dollar 90’ commercial vessel due to an e-newsletter we created for them. E-newsletters work!