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Selling without being salesy
A practice team at a major law firm in Silicon Valley needed to sign up top tier technology clients.
We worked with their senior team of revenue partners to develop a repeatable business development system that fit their style and put them on deck with the top tier of Silicon Valley companies.
Generate qualified sales leads
Build trust in high-stakes decisions
How do you explain complicated services to skeptical adult children of aging parents? How do you pre-sell with a website?
For a group of 10 senior medical centers in California, we created website content to put prospects at ease and generate qualified, educated leads for the sales team.
Business media coverage
Public relations for senior executives
Customers believe what they read and see on television. When they see your executives and your ideas consistently, then your company is top-of-mind when customers are ready to buy. We implemented a PR program to top business media — to keep our client — a business services consultancy — in front of potential customer
The result: potential customers consistently rated this consultancy “as important as” and “as likely to engage” as their competitor, who happened to be 5x their size.
Encanto means “charming” in any language
Envisioning a second home
People can’t easily get to Costa Rica, so we created an experience to “take visitors away” with an emotional, immersive online experience. The website was honored with a Webby, which the New York Times calls “the Oscars for the Internet.”
We supported the project with online advertising on google and Linkedin, public relations to travel and real estate publications, a branded news blog garnering 2,000 visitors per months, and a sales playbook for the front office.
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Website checkup tool:
More than half of all website traffic comes from smartphones, iPads and tablets. Can people find you?
People are searching for you by typing search terms into small keypads, or using voice search such as Siri.
In 2015, Google is starting to provide only search results that are “mobile friendly.” Websites that are not mobile-friendly get pushed down in mobile search results.