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Marketing by Walking Around

We have just launched our new book, Marketing by Walking Around! Wanna know how we do what we do? It’s all here!

The book describes a complete, well-rounded Internet marketing strategy that incorporates the traditional tactics like SEO, social media and the like, but wrapped up in a whole new way of thinking about it. This plan will ABSOLUTELY give you an advantage over your competition…because they’re not going to do the work like this book tells you how to do it.

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The Work Media Approach

We won’t lie. We do things…kind-of weird.

We develop intimate relationships with our clients. We get to know your people and your customers. 

We devise a well-rounded Internet marketing plan to drive traffic to your website and customers into your business.

Then we combine that plan with our secret sauce that gets results every time – results your competitors won’t experience because they won’t put in the work that we do on your behalf.

The secret? Really no  secret at all. It all comes down to our spending large amounts of time at your business location, and all over your town, to create a stream of unique, engaging, personal content that is exclusive to you. That content then gets fed into your Internet marketing channels – your website, social media platforms, streaming video, email and more.

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