Hey, We’re in the business of marketing and branding.

Think of just three words or traits you want to exude when people see your business. (words such as ‘organized’, ‘friendly’, ‘accomplished’ etc.). With those traits in mind, now take a good look at your website homepage. Is it an adequate reflection? Are you looking for marketing help for your Austin small business? A good strategy can help relieve the stress you might be feeling.

Content Marketing

Your priorities are clearly visible to every potential customer that visits your site and can therefore reveal a great deal about you like:

• your business priorities • how your organization is structured and run • whether you focus on your customers • if you are easy to deal with • your attitudes • whether you pay attention to detail • if you are trustworthy

We DO judge a book by its cover. And yet…many businesses stop caring about what they LOOK like. They get ‘stuck’ OR, they get scared that the new design will not be worth the money they spent.

Are you sending out a ‘message’ to your potential customers or practically posting a great big sign that says something far less desirable?

Your marketing means nothing if you don’t have an appropriate website. Let’s face it…everyone is online. No matter how much you advertise, if you have no web presence, marketing is pointless.

If your target market focuses more in networking, focusing your budget in areas that allow you to network better (i.e. a tradeshow or association)

Marketing is worthless if you aren’t advertising to the right target market. It’s wasted dollars if you spend 100% of your budget on direct mail but send to a hundred thousand people who aren’t interested.

The Statistics:

Everyone you know is on social media.

70% of the U.S. population has at least one social networking profile. (Statistica)

(Read more at http://www.business2community.com/social-media/47-superb-social-media-marketing-stats-facts-01431126#O2YglWcZDOG0K1gJ.99)

Mothers with children under the age of five are the most active on social media. (Link Humans)

(Read more at http://www.business2community.com/social-media/47-superb-social-media-marketing-stats-facts-01431126#O2YglWcZDOG0K1gJ.99)

90% of young adults (ages 18 to 29) use social media. 35% of those over age 65 do. (Pew Research Center)

(Read more at http://www.business2community.com/social-media/47-superb-social-media-marketing-stats-facts-01431126#O2YglWcZDOG0K1gJ.99)

Consumers say that social media plays almost as big a role in purchasing decisions as does television. (Ad Age)

(Read more at http://www.business2community.com/social-media/47-superb-social-media-marketing-stats-facts-01431126#O2YglWcZDOG0K1gJ.99)

Developing a social media strategy is a more common challenge among small businesses (55%) than enterprises (34%), while securing enough internal resources is a more common problem in larger companies (47%) than in SMBs (33%). (Simply Measured)

(Read more at http://www.business2community.com/social-media/47-superb-social-media-marketing-stats-facts-01431126#O2YglWcZDOG0K1gJ.99)

A Few Clients

WOW THANK YOU so much. It looks great. I cannot thank you enough for helping me.
Ryan Harpold, Harpold Football

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