Inspired content. No deceit, no rule bending, no tricks.
Sure, people will think you’re awesome, but Search Engines need to know too. We make that happen.
Confused about Search Engine rankings?
Baffled by talk of “tricking the system?” You’re not alone. Wish you could merit rankings, traffic, and conversions with the virtues of your business? We know how.
We believe in a better, more sustainable business model based on relevance, invention, and honest improvement. No deceit, no rule bending, no tricks. Our primary focus? We collaborate to create robust inspired content and manage its execution. Then, and only then, we align SEO technicalities. Why? Because SEO doesn’t achieve rankings. Relevant creative content marketing does that. SEO just enables rankings.
We’re proud of what we do. You’ll be proud of winning with your collaborative effort based on excellence. Let’s stop tricking the system and start being great!
When we think of advertising, we think of being interrupted; seeing things we did not ask for, like a TV commercial.
Inbound is the opposite of advertising
It is when we create something that people want to engage with. So rather than pushing ads in front of people, they come to us instead. This can be accomplished by creating a number of different things online. Examples can include great articles, video, photography, utility/online tools, forums, and the list goes on. The content should be great, as in better than anything else that tries to accomplish the same thing.
We count on getting business by means of people liking us. Yes, it’s that simple. But it’s not easy. It’s not easy creating the greatest resource or the most popular “how-to” videos. It involves collaboration and creativity. It involves a willingness to fail. That’s business. In other words, we’ll need to test the waters on some outrageous ideas. Some will fail and others will bring a great deal of traffic to the site. A new community will be built and this community advertises for you by talking about you.
This process takes involvement of everyone. A company shouldn’t outsource creativity and just hire others to tell the world how great they are. Not only should the company be as great as we are telling the world they are, but they should collaborate on creativity as well.
What we create, will be the company’s creation, not ours alone. If we work as a team where we are all rolling up our sleeves, then we can absolutely see a return on investment many times over.
As a CEO, we don’t want you to look back and say, “Look at what my marketing company did.” We want you to look back and say, “Wow, look at what we did together.” As an Agency, we don’t want to look back and say, “I just made a company a whole bunch of money.” If I really can do that by myself, why wouldn’t I just do it for myself? As an Agency, we should look back and say, “Wow, look at what we did together.”
Our services are delivered by our team with years of experience are passionate about developing business.
Now, he works with businesses’ marketing departments to develop instructional and promotional videos, and he shoots photography for companies’ events and products. His approach is to take everything from concept to completion. He’ll meet with clients to determine their needs, establish a direction for the project, and finally create, edit, and deliver the work.
She moved to Austin with a goal of bringing big branding to small business. Since residing in Austin, Cris has helped to launch brands, campaigns and create more impactful messaging and greater digital footprint for small businesses, start-ups and nonprofits. Her initiatives include digital marketing plans, unifying messaging, and creating clear & concise content for business marketing, while her day-to-day activities include press releases, email campaigns, web copywriting, blogging, and even social media. Most of Cris’ experience has landed in Tech, Food and Beverage, Hospitality and Tourism, Nonprofit, and Small Business.
On a daily basis, she helps create social media campaigns centered on companies’ objectives, responds to fans on their behalf, and makes sure no one is spamming their Facebook pages. She also helps to build their networks on Twitter, Linkedin, Google+, and any other social pages they employ in their outreach strategy. She collaborates with clients to find out what is happening within their businesses and uses the inside scoop to make the actual posts on social media sites. In addition to social, she also blogs and creates e-newsletters that coordinate with social campaigns she is running for clients.