Don’t worry, this is painless. It starts with a face-to-face meeting so we can make eye contact and shake your hand. Your time is precious and we respect that you’re busy.
But don’t worry, we’re not the type to come in with black turtlenecks and glossy project boards to wow you with a show. We won’t traipse you into a slick office space full of glass and brushed metal. That’s because your marketing is about you and your customers. It’s not a about us. We let our mothers talk about how great we are.
Your marketing relationship with your customer is a conversation, and that’s how we start. We want to hear about you. We’ll spend our first meeting listening – to your thoughts about marketing, to your plans for your business, and most importantly to hear your passion for your products or services.
During this initial conversation, you’ll hear our passion for our clients and our jobs. We geek out about a great turnout at your trade show, and we celebrate the launch of every new website as if it was our own. We take your successes very personally.
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Clients Benefiting from Integrated Marketing - and counting
Even if you’re just thinking about marketing, we encourage you to give us a call. You may be teetering between handling marketing in-house or hiring an agency. For many of our clients, we are honored to be their first marketing company. Some customers utilized our services for a single project over a couple of months and others have been with us for more than a decade. Let’s start our relationship today.
For some clients, it’s those pressing projects that need to get done. Project work is a great way to dip your toe in marketing waters. Begin with a small or large project to get started. We’re good with that. Some project examples:
- Naming and branding
- Sales and trade show materials
- Website development
- Public relations campaigns
- Digital marketing
- Social media/SEO
Other clients need more. They understand that frequency and consistency are the hallmarks of marketing and they want a go-to team of experts. For contract clients, The Deciding Factor takes a deep dive into your company, products and services and goals.
We use that knowledge to find efficiencies, and organize and execute your overall marketing efforts. You become more efficient and talk to your audience with a clear messaging and a consistent voice. It’s a beautiful thing.
We stick with you for the long haul so that when your customers are making purchasing decisions, you’re top of mind.
What our clients say about us
"The slippery slope of pro-bono is a dance. It’s a marriage of giving and receiving. But what The Deciding Factor gave to The Arts Alliance was a voice. Never strong armed into any idea, The Deciding Factor walked us through this process of growth and change. They gave us the chance to realize 'what speaks to us' about the future of our organization."Meredith RaffelExecutive Director, The Arts Alliance
The newsletter that The Deciding Factor developed for us is my favorite piece of our marketing. We consistently receive phone calls about it and are extremely proud every time it mails.Rick Doesburg Owner of Thornton Landscape
I want to thank each of you for your genuine partnership and friendship throughout all of our projects. This, along with your high quality output, has been an integral part to our success.David J. NanglePresident, The Harris Products Group
When we decided to develop a website, The Deciding Factor Team created a crisp, clean and professional website that immediately raised our profile as an industry leading manufacturer of precision machined components and assemblies.Ken MarvarVice President Sales, USM Precision Products
The Deciding Factor team has the ability to understand technical information and translate it into clean, informative and creative copy and design. They go the extra mile for their clients and are incredibly responsive to our needs.Jane PerryDevicor Medical Products
I am a big champion of the values The Deciding Factor helped me create. They are the instructions for how we approach our work. They differentiate us from the field. They are more than words on the wall.Doug CosterPresident, Nolte Precise Manufacturing