I am excited to announce that Amped Up Digital has added new services: Fractional Marketing and Fractional CMO Services
In business, you may find yourself needing a hand and Fractional Marketing might just be your new best friend.
So what is Fractional Marketing?
For most small to mid-size companies, a full time Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) or Marketing Director is out of reach. Also, some may find that their marketing needs vary from project to project or season to season. Businesses these days need to work smarter, not harder, so a fractional marketing plan will fill the gaps. It provides the knowledge and experience of a full time Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) or Marketing Director on-demand and on budget. But only when you need them.
Oh, and they rarely work alone.
Fractional CMOs and MDs will usually call upon the skills and experience of their network, in-house personnel, or subcontractors to help in the development and implementation of strategic marketing plans.
So in short…
Fractional Marketing means you get the skills and experience of a full-time CMO AND access to their network of marketing professionals to tackle all kinds of projects, from content strategy and execution to implementation of strategic marketing initiatives and impartial executive marketing development.
Call us TODAY, or email, and let’s have a conversation about how we can help you meet and exceed your business goals with our Fractional Marketing services.
We all know that technology is everywhere. It’s in every pocket, purse, and hand that passes us on the street.
As a business owner, what if you could use that technology to reach your customers directly as they drive by your location, walk into your store, or even pick up a specific product? Using those same smartphones, you can.
The newest marketing strategy on the block is called Proximity Marketing. Through the combined use of a custom branded app for your business, geofencing (which we will get to in a second) and little transmitters called “beacons”, it is possible to send offers and messages directly to your customers when they are in close proximity to your location.
Here are the basics:
A custom, branded app is developed for your business. Customers download the app in order to receive your offers, coupons, content, etc. This content can be in the form of text, image, or even video.
A geofence is set up around your locations. In it’s most basic form, it is a circle drawn on Google Maps around your business address. When your app crosses in to that circle, the app displays your current marketing message to customers encouraging them to visit your store and take advantage of your offer.
Inside the store, beacons are placed that can send their own messages to the app. These can be messages in “context” to where the the customer is located in the store. If they are in the bread aisle, send them a coupon for .50 off a fresh French roll as an example. The beacons can also track the customer’s movement around the store and time spent looking at different products. Again, delivering special messages based on activity.
Think this all sounds too futuristic? Well, it’s here and available now.
Proximity marketing tactics are perfect for retailers, consumer products companies, health and wellness clinics, service businesses, realtors and virtually any business that wants to offer their customers exclusive deals or branded content.
I work with my clients constantly to find better ways to reach their customers and stay engaged with them. To that end, I have developed my own proximity marketing platform that works in conjunction with the other marketing services I provide. So not only can I help your business set up a proximity campaign, but I can also help you create the messaging and content that will be delivered to your target audience.
To find out more about proximity marketing and how it can help your business grow, or to just grab a cup of coffee and catch up, contact me and let’s get a date on the calendar.
Today I am featuring one of my awesome clients, Becky Robbins Designs. Becky is an interior designer based in St. Louis, and her goals are to grow her business, share information, and help her clients love their space.
We wanted to do something fun that would show off Becky’s work and bubbly personality. She also mentioned that some day she would like to have her own TV show, which sparked the thought, “Why someday? Why not today?”. So in honor of her second year anniversary of being in business, we created a web show for her called “Love Your Space”. Below is the first episode and we are getting great reviews, as well as traffic to her website and social media pages. She has also getting recognized in public.
All of this is very exciting, and I am so proud of her for taking a chance and doing something wildly creative and out of the box to market and grow her business. Please watch her show and feel free to leave any comments, or subscribe to one of her social media channels to follow her work in the future. You can find out more information about her business at BeckyRobbinsDesigns.com.
If you have any questions, or if I can be of any assistance in helping you grow your business with creative content ideas, feel free to send me an email or give a call. I would be happy to connect and talk about the possibilities.