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Build Your Core

Your Marketing Core.

If branding is your blueprint, your Marketing Core consists of all the important projects that get you set up to market and run the business.

DIGITAL:
• user experience
• websites
• landing pages
• app design
• email templates
• social headers

CONTENT:
• photography
• video
• blog

PRINT:
• packaging
• catalog
• brochures
• collateral
• stationery
• signage

Once these marketing components are complete, companies can generally use them, or variations for years before starting over. For example, a great website should last years – all you need to do is occasionally add new products and services.

One little project, or ten?

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The WYSIWYG Web

The way websites are built has changed a lot recently. Services like Wix, Square Space, WordPress, and Shopify all feature user-friendly WYSIWYG  interfaces. And, even most platforms built for complex enterprise-level websites now have WYSIWYG interfaces built-in.

Big Rocket has worked with many platforms, but the trick isn’t usually knowing the platform – it’s in creating a branded web experience that converts shoppers into buyers.

Creating a unique, branded, easy to navigate, SEO friendly, socially integrated, and fast loading website is what we can do for you.

Core.

You wouldn’t try this without being fit, a lot of practice, and a bit of courage. But knowing you have a great brand, website, sales materials, and content ready to go frees you up to concentrate on the business - and your advertising. Core is all about building a marketing foundation for when customers are ready to make a purchase.

Need A Website or Other 

Core Marketing Project?

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Re-Think Print

Yes, print.

No, it’s not right for all situations.

There are a lot of reasons to use printed materials for your marketing in addition to your digital presence. Here are a few excellent reasons:

  • Large-format printed materials (magazines and catalogs) tend to linger in the home for weeks or months. That beautiful catalog may sit on your coffee table, reminding the consumer over-and-over about your brand, products, and values.
  • Consumers engage in print differently than digital – they hold it in their hands, feel the materials, read to content, and study the images.
  • Think outside the box. Yes, a lot of printed materials get immediately discarded. But a lot of websites also get abandoned before the consumer even clicks once. Be smart about print and find the opportunities to fill in gaps in information, build a relationship, or show you are different from everyone else.