As a creative agency we work with clients all over the country, but in particular we have clients in Chester and are often in Chester visiting these design clients.
What is Digital Marketing? Typically, it’s promoting and optimising your brand and website online. There’s a vast array of channels and platforms that can be used from Google Ads and Instagram Stories to SEO and email marketing.
Our team have worked with them all, and are in a great position to advise you on what channels will work best for you. For example, a college targeting teenagers will likely have more success on SnapChat than on Facebook. The benefit of paid advertising is that it’s instant, once your adverts are up you can expect instant results and traffic.
With the increase in retargeting – when you see that nice pair of shoes, you were looking at, as an advert on every website and app you then go on to use/see. Why not set up a pay per click campaign, and a retargeting campaign in tandem, therefore the website traffic you’ve paid for will see you more than once, even better why not offer retargeted potential customers, a discount code to incentivise them.
SEO is a much longer process, but a successful SEO campaign will put you and your brand/website in the top positions in Google, with this, you can expect to gain a lot of traffic – if the keyword research has been done well. Achieving number 1 position is pointless if the keyword doesn’t have search volume or match the searches intent.
The beauty of digital marketing is that the best campaigns can run all alongside and compliment each other. Pay per click, Email Marketing and SEO.
Our team of digital marketers can help you run your next successful campaign.
If you’re in Chester and looking for a end-to-end agency from creative, web and SEO, then TRCREATIVE could be the agency for you.
Chester is a city in Cheshire, surrounded by Roman walls. It has numerous medieval buildings, but also includes a lot of black and white Victorian buildings.
Chester is part of Cheshire West and Chester, previously it was part of Chester City Council but this changed in April 2009 and currently has a population of just under 120,000.
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