The digital takeover is changing the way the world does business. Over ¾ of the population of the UK access the internet every single day and are predicted to spend over £52bn online in 2015 - up from £45bn in 2014. In fact, by the time you’ve finished reading this sentence, over 40,000 tweets will have been sent, 200,000 Google searches will have taken place and 400,000 YouTube videos will have been viewed.
With a digital revolution taking place, online marketing is a huge opportunity that many businesses are failing to capitalise on.
Digital strategy and marketing means more than owning a website and a social media page; your business needs to be visible and active wherever your customers are online. Digital marketing allows you to reach out to a wide audience of new customers, promote your product or services to interested people and, ultimately, generate new leads.
AlphaQuad provide digital marketing advice and deliver activity for companies and organisations as diverse as NFU Mutual, Baxi, British Gypsum, Abellio Greater Anglia, Calor Gas, The World LP Gas Association, the Country Landowner’s Association and the Camping and Caravanning Club.
To prove how valuable a digital marketing strategy - built on expert analysis - can be, AlphaQuad are offering a free consultation and top-line presentation of opportunities for your business or organisation; based on current best practice, analysis of your existing digital marketing activity and an overview of the online marketing of companies operating in similar markets to your own.
A full 3-year digital marketing plan delivered in line with the needs of the brand and its target audience.
A major website design project in line with changes to Baxi Commerical's brand approach.
Website redesign and SEO for Midlands-based caravan dealership, Broad Lane Leisure, to attract and convert more visitors.
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