After a decade and 100s of projects, we’ve talked with a lot of business owners and managers about their marketing challenges. Often they don’t have all the people they need on staff to accomplish their business goals. And hiring a bunch of new people is risky and expensive.
Strategy, design, programming, social media management, advertising, photography, video production, creative writing, analysis... the job roles go on and on.... and that’s where we can help.
Twin Creek Media brings a group of talented people, fresh ideas, and lots of experience to the table. Plug us in– it’s almost like we’re your marketing department across the road.
We take a strategic approach to your communications project and execute the vision through digital and traditional channels—through web, print, video, and online interactive channels. Results are measured and fed back into a loop of continuous improvement. Our clients enjoy increased brand awareness, fans, followers, more web visitors, higher sales, and repeat customers.
PLANNING comes before anything we do. In this important strategy stage, our team will research, define goals, choose tactics, and decide what assets or materials are missing and need to be created.
PRODUCTION covers creating any of the assets or materials needed before we can kick off a marketing campaign.
PROMOTION begins once the tools are in place to handle inbound customer inquiries. Your website becomes a hub of activity. Potential customers are captured through web forms, email, and phone calls (plus walk-ins, in the case of physical stores). Get ready to grow!
Through research, exploration, and intentional design we help businesses and brands reach their potential online and offline. We work with enterprise, startup, and small business clients across a wide range of industries.
With ongoing developments surrounding COVID-19, we understand normal business operations will be greatly affected in the coming weeks. While the full impact is unknown, we know that communication, internally and externally, is vitally important.
We all know mobile optimization is important, but even still, only 16% of marketers have developed a mobile strategy aimed at customer engagement, according to a CMO Council study. And only 14% said they were satisfied with the way their brands are accessing and leveraging mobile. So... what gives?