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Start by understanding the landscape!
All too often agencies and marketers set to work immediately executing marketing and promotional initiatives with little thought towards short or long term strategy. What usually results is wasted time, effort and revenues. This waste comes in the form of regular pivots, missed opportunities, and ineffective promotions.
Build a roadmap with our strategy first approach
With a strategy first approach we dive deep into the brand, audience, and competition for a complete understanding of the forces at work. Through deep research and planning, brands are assured that their execution will be effective, positive, and make their brand outshine the competition.
What’s more, with a strategy first approach, a brand is better equipped to understand the market forces at play, identify trends and opportunities, and avoid common business pitfalls.
Know your industry and become more profitable!
What We Can Do For You
With our strategy first approach, we don’t just jump into spending your budget on ad buys, content, and other pieces of the marketing puzzle. We start by listening to you and taking your insights and forming a research plan. This research seeks out to understand your industry, market, and audience. We then take this information and use it to develop a comprehensive marketing and communications plan that forsters trust, relationships, and builds your company on a solid foundation.
Research, interviews, and gaining a true understanding of your audience.
Using research towards understanding your industry and market fully.
Marketing and Communications Planning
Taking our extensive research and using it to develop a plan that is effective and doesn’t waste money.
Execution and Follow-Up
Pulling the trigger on the plans and constantly evaluating the effectiveness.
From Our Founder, Aaron J. Weese
Your brand is nothing without trust
In my 15 years of marketing and communications experience as both a business owner and consultant, I have learned two truths. First, is that all of your advertising is worthless without trust in your organization. Secondly, relationships are a key component of any marketing strategy. Have you established trust among your audience? Does your communications strategy foster relationships? If not, let’s have coffee and talk about it.
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