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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to have anything prepared for our first meeting?

On our first call together all you need to bring is your passion for your business. The call will be 30 minutes long and on it we will introduce ourselves and talk about you and your business. 

Why should small businesses use digital marketing?

Digital marketing is essential for small businesses because it helps you reach your target audience efficiently and effectively. It levels the playing field, allowing you to compete with larger competitors. Plus, it's measurable, so you can adapt strategies based on real-time data, optimizing your chances of success.

How is traditional marketing different from digital marketing?

Traditional marketing involves more "old-school" methods like print ads, billboards, direct mail, TV, and radio spots. It's primarily offline and is all about casting a wide net to reach as many people as possible.

On the other hand, digital marketing is all about connecting with your audience online. It includes tactics like SEO and content marketing. Its magic lies in its ability to target specific audiences and measure results in real time. This way, it's easier to see what's working, tweak what isn't, and get the best bang for your marketing buck. Plus, it lets you engage with your audience in ways traditional marketing simply can't match.

How much should I spend on digital marketing?

While there's no one-size-fits-all answer, many industry experts suggest that small businesses should aim to allocate around 7-8% of their gross revenue to their overall marketing efforts. Of this budget, a growing proportion is being dedicated to digital marketing, with some businesses allocating as much as 50% or more.

But here's the kicker - it's not just about how much you spend, but how smart you spend it. That's where we come in. We can help you identify the digital strategies that will give you the best return on your investment, ensuring every dollar you spend is making a real difference to your bottom line. So whether you're just dipping your toes into digital marketing or ready to go all-in, we're here to help you make the most of your budget.