Full Marketing Solution
The best place to start is with a solid digital foundation for your business. The starter plan is for those that need to grow their business, expand operations, and continue to provide amazing service rather than scatter to find and maintain client relations. We have big plans for your business, so let’s go!
This is the all-in-one starter digital marketing plan that will streamline your business above your competitors. You will see results as early as the first month, and within six to eight months, you will be unstoppable.
Up to 3,500 new profiles monthly
3,000 monthly requests, 100 daily
Up to 10 Review Sites Monitoring
300 SMS credits monthly
- Reporting including Insights Report
- Review Widget
- Conversion Pop-up
- Survey Questions
- Outbound SMS Text Requests
- Text Back Inbound Requests
- Google Q&A Monitoring
- Twitter Monitoring
Campaign & Automation Emails Only
2,500 Emails per month
- Customer support
- All core email marketing features
- Full email design team & DIY tools
- A/B testing
- List and subscriber management
- Email insight and reporting
- Basic email automation
- Business Website Design
- Business Blog
- Unlimited Posts
- Analytics Reports
- Mobile Optimization
- Monday to Friday Support
- Social Media Integration
- HD Content Dedicated
- Project Manager
- Hosting, SSL & Web Security
4 Relatable Posts per month
2 Custom Curated Posts per month
- Content Curation
- All-in-one Social Inbox
- Seats for Team Members
- Social Campaign Monitoring
- Google Analytics Conversion Tracking
- Social Content Calendar
Content Creation Includes:
- Graphic Design
- Logo Design
- Blog Post Content Creation
- HD Stock Images
- HD Stock Videos
- Generic Article Writing
- Custom Article Auditing
- Trending Content Research
- Content Management
- Content Distribution, Amplification
- Content Performance Analysis
Ad Spent Budget $1,500 – $5,000
- Competitor & Market Analysis
- Account Structure / Restructure
- Campaign Creation
- Segmentation Research
- Split Testing Schedule
- Detailed Monthly Reporting
- Ongoing Campaign Optimization
- CRO Strategy & Consulting
- Dedicated Account Manager
- Goal Conversion Tracking
- PPC Keyword Research
- Performance Management
- Dynamic Key Phrase Insertion
- Advanced Bid Management
- Personalized Call Schedule
- Call Tracking
How it works
questions & Answers!
We know you have questions, so here are the most frequently asked ones, with clear answers. If you have other questions just send us a message in the CHAT on the bottom right corner, or call us at +1 (212) 634-4223.
Digital marketing involves marketing to people using Internet-connected electronic devices, namely computers, smartphones and tablets. Digital marketing focuses on channels such as search engines, social media, email, websites and apps to connect with prospects and customers.
Digital marketing has evolved to the point where TIBINT consults with brands like yours to develop effective strategies or implement programs. If you’re new to digital marketing, or lack experience or resources, you should consider engaging an experienced and versatile digital marketing consultant like us.
Definitely. Though companies in many business categories continue to approach digital marketing with skepticism, avoiding digital marketing denies your business access to the media the majority of consumers turn to first and at all hours of the day.
Websites that go for long periods with no updates and new content are unlikely to perform well or support any useful digital marketing objectives. Though a static website technically qualifies as a website it’s bound to be more than a digital brochure that produces little or no leads.
Content marketing is the creation and distribution of educational and/or entertaining information assets for the purpose of generating brand awareness, traffic, leads and sales. Marketing content is generally free and does not explicitly promote your brand as an ad would.
A content marketing strategy is a plan for building an audience. Elements of content marketing strategy include establishing objectives, audience personas, a value proposition, content marketing mission statement, a buyer journey map, and plans for creating, promoting and analyzing how content marketing assets and programs perform.
Email, social media, search and other elements of your digital marketing mix will depend on delivering useful content. Though video outlets, podcasts, and media galleries present other options, a blog is by far the most used tactic for distributing marketing content on a channel over which you have complete control.
There can be no all-encompassing answer to this question except to say you should create content buyers will find relevant and useful. Leading candidates include blog posts, articles, ebooks, infographics, videos, courses, case studies, newsletters, visuals and various forms of interactive content.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of using onsite and offsite tactics to help get content presented by a search engine. Done well, the practice increases the quantity and quality of your traffic.
The majority of web traffic is generated by search and those that come by way of search have a greater degree of commercial intent than most other channels.
Local SEO is the process of optimizing your online properties to generate traffic from location-based searches. It helps businesses promote products and services to local customers when they need them.
Keywords are the words and phrases searchers use—usually with search engines—to find relevant pages, images, videos, or any kind of information when looking for answers, knowledge, products, or services. SEO professionals consider keywords and the topics they suggest when optimizing content for search.
PPC stands for pay-per-click. Essentially, it’s a way of buying web traffic. Advertisers pay a fee each time one of their ads is clicked. Search engine advertising is the most popular form of PPC, however numerous channels including Facebook now offer PPC ad models.
A buyer persona is a representation of your ideal customer based on market research and data. Personas generally include customer demographics, behavior patterns, motivations, and goals. They should reveal insights about the buyers’ decisions including attitudes, concerns and criteria that drive buying decisions.
The answer to this question must be turned over to HubSpot, the company responsible for inventing the term. “Inbound marketing is focused on attracting customers through relevant and helpful content and adding value at every stage in your customer’s buying journey. Potential customers find you through channels like blogs, search engines, and social media.”
Unlike outbound marketing, inbound marketing does not need to fight for potential customers’ attention. By creating content designed to address the problems and needs of your ideal customers, you attract qualified prospects and build trust and credibility for your business.
Chances are your audience is active on one or more of the major social networks where billions of people spend time daily. Brands that understand the power of social media marketing and commit resources to it can boost awareness, drive traffic, interact with customers, drive sales, build loyalty, and win advocates.
No. Granted, you don’t want to give rise to a social media free-for-all that could confuse your audience. However, you should consider expanding your team with an employee advocacy program designed to empower employees to contribute to the conversation and amplify your brand’s voice.
Email is stronger than ever. It’s more popular than any social media. It’s more private. More personal. More reliable. Most people rely on email and check their inbox multiple times each day. If you want to communicate directly with people who actually grant you permission to market to them, email is marketing is essential.
Paid digital marketing programs should create results immediately. On the other hand, programs such as content marketing, email list building, and search engine optimization require persistence and patience. You might see some results in a matter of months; however, it’s likely to be six months to a year before you realize some of your traffic and conversion objectives.
So what's the deal?
What happens when you sign up?
A dedicated business manager will set up an onboarding meeting with you and your team to review, outline, discover, and build a custom strategy for your business.
Next, we get to work! We optimize your business for instant lead generation bringing in new leads within the first month.
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