Why Isn't Your Marketing Working Like it Should?

If you are struggling with marketing, there probably isn't anything wrong with your ideas – it's probably because you don't have all of the right pieces of an effective marketing operation in place.

Using research to identify
effective differentiators

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Building a Strong Digital Marketing
Strategy for Lead Generation

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Thinking "outside the box" to
access hard-to-reach audiences

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Using Research to Make Sense of a
Complicated Marketplace

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Using careful, measured execution
to create sustained channel growth

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Using data to drive
continued improvement

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The Power of Marketing in its Simplest State

Simple Machines Marketing makes it possible for small businesses to enjoy the benefits of a complete marketing department at a budget they can afford. We use the fundamental building blocks of marketing to create and execute powerful, agile marketing operations for our clients.

Most agencies will sell you pieces of the puzzle -- brand identity, market research, sales collateral, et cetera -- but leave you to assemble the final product. Equal parts creativity, muscle, and analysis, Simple Machines Marketing becomes an extension of your company's influence, working with you to draft the plan, execute the components, and be accountable for the results.

What does your company need to grow?

Check out the case studies above, and see how a results-driven process can enhance your company's power to generate new business -- without adding any dead weight.

Blog: Marketing Simplified

How to Use Emotion to Tell Your Small Business's Story

If you’re a small business owner, you have probably wondered how to pique interest from your target audience—without spending a great deal of money. One of the best ways to get people to care about your company is to tell a compelling story. What makes a story compelling? Emotion. We all love stories – we’re born for them At its conception, the phenomenon that would come to be known as “social media” seemed to be the answer businesses big and small had been waiting for: large, detailed se...

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