Here are some of the key things our strategy team will look at when approaching a new project:
- Detailed knowledge of your company and how the different areas and departments work.
- In depth understanding of your target markets and how they wish to engage online – resulting in knowing what will work and what won’t work online.
- Recommendations on suppliers – we’ve worked extensively with suppliers and other partner agencies for SEO, sample fulfilment, hosting and more.
- Mobile First approach.
- Constant tracking that allows us to improve and adjust strategies moving forward.
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