frequently asked questions

Most Frequent Questions

“There is no weakness in asking. If we wait for someone to give us what we want, chances are we might never get it.”
― Abhishek Ratna

Good question! I think you may find it hard because, unlike other business functions that deal with numbers, services and products, marketing attempts to connect with people you have probably never met. Not easy! However, there are proven techniques to find, connect and engage with your audience. You can learn more about that here.

The answer is ‘it depends’. Sorry to be a little wishy-washy but, until we take a look ‘under the hood’ and behind the scenes, it’s hard to answer that one. Sometimes, it makes sense to start over and sometimes all you need is a tweak. Best way to find out is with a conversation; you can get that going here, right at the bottom of this page.

The answer is probably yes; the more important question is ‘which one’? There’s a wealth of social media options and the one that works for you isn’t necessarily the one your competitor uses. Want to learn how to choose? Check out this article to guide your decision (or give us a call).

We say it’s a shame you’ve had such poor experiences. Keep in mind, it’s not marketing’s fault you feel that way; it’s the fault of the people who made decisions meant to deceive you.  The truth is that marketing has one job – to connect people with a problem to those who can provide the solution. If someone lies to you about their ability, you’ll never return or give credence to their messaging. So, they failed and they lost!

Do you have any other questions?