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Scenario A: Your business is a “brick-and-mortar” without an online presence
Before jumping on the obvious that you need a website, we want to evaluate and determine what tactics among advertising, direct marketing, sales promotion, personal selling or pr/publicity would have the greatest impact in increasing your revenue or your brand awareness.
If you are doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting a different outcome, we can only advise to request a a free proposal from chom chom advertising. And maybe… only maybe you might see amazing results.
Scenario B: Your business is solely online
You have one or several websites and you want them to dominate their space and be ahead of your competitors. In the best of worlds, all you need to do it to excel in all of the areas shown below.
If some terms are obscure to you or you feel somehow you can do better, you can either check Wikipedia now or you may request a free proposal from chom chom advertising. If your inquiry is serious, we will give you an outline of all kind of things we can do. You don’t want to read free proposal from chom chom advertising. If your inquiry is serious, we will give you an outline of all kind of things we can do. You don’t want to read Wikipedia, do you?
Scenario C: Your business is “brick-and-mortar” with an online presence
The “dream” marketing plan for any brand or business is the Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC). Well executed IMC uses all channels to reach your audience with a consistent and powerful message.
IMC requires time and big resources. To see if how your business can benefit from the integrated marketing platform, please request a free proposal.
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