Digital marketing has evolved to the point where an immense array of specialists consult with brands to develop effective strategies or implement programs enhancing brand awareness within the digital space.
We have experience of working with companies from various industries and sectors. From software companies and insurers to local plumbers and photographers, we work with all startups as well as national and local businesses.
This is an interesting question. To get the best results from PPC/SEM or Google AdWords, you need know about the 3 “E’s”: Expertise, Experience, Effort. You need to have training and expertise, a certain amount of experience, and have to invest a lot of time and effort to produce successful PPC results. Most businesses that fail with PPC usually lack in at least two of these things.
Absolutely we do! We act as consultants for the company to gather valuable inputs from the internal team members. Internal teams are more familiar with the tone of the company, its business objective, products, and customers. Hence, they speak more effectively on behalf of a company. Based on these inputs, Fanatisch imparts training, innovates ideas and comes up with topics or promotions, and identify the best social media platform for the client to use.
That’s a tough one! All projects are unique and have different fluctuating timelines. There may be some hiccups and timescales may often be out of our control (for example, a client’s developer may have no time to work on our recommendations). Within the first 60 days from the start of the project, most, if not all, clients will see a noticeable improvement. At Fanatisch, we always sort at least some quick win items first so that the project starts to pay for itself almost immediately, so most clients start to results quicker than that.
Contrary to popular belief, ranking first in Google has nothing to do with money! Put simply; you can’t pay to be first. While large marketing budgets help when it comes to SEO, as you can do more, it doesn’t guarantee results. More specialist smaller sites or sites creating great content can often outrank bigger companies.
All the search engines do offer paid advertising models, where you can pay to appear higher in the paid results, but these have no impact on the natural search results.
PPC stands for pay-per-click and is a phrase used to describe the paid advertising model available to companies on sites such as Google (the results at the right or top of the normal search results). The name comes from the fact you only pay for the advertising when someone clicks on it.
It is commonly used to refer to Google AdWords, but could equally describe Bing Advertising, Facebook Advertising, or any other kind of online advertising where you pay per click.
Nobody can guarantee results in digital marketing as there are too many variables, especially with SEO, as Google’s algorithm is a secret. What we can do is a point to a highly successful track record across all sorts of sectors.
Trust us when we tell you that we aren’t happy with the results unless you are!
All our projects are completely bespoke, so it is difficult to give exact figures. At the moment, we work with companies that have budgets ranging from a few hundred pounds per month to a few thousand. Rather than having a minimum amount, we adjust our strategies, volume of work, and timescales based on the available budget. We can also adjust the approach we take, depending on how much involvement our clients have. If you are happy to implement suggestions yourself (after a proper explanation), it will reduce the overall project cost.
Most definitely! It’s been proven again and again by business after business. In fact, not utilizing social media marketing can actually harm your business, since having an online presence on social media is simply expected of any reputable firm these days.
Whether your business is taking advantage of it or not, social media has forever changed the way that consumers communicate with businesses, and vice versa. Being accessible to your customers – and your prospective clients – via social media is a vital means of developing relationships with them and helping them through the sales funnel.
There is no set answer to this question because you need to have a presence wherever your customers are – and different businesses have different audiences. One demographic spends most of their time on Facebook, while another really only engages on LinkedIn, and some divide their time equally between three or more sites. Find out where your customers are and follow them there.
It’s important for both but in different ways. While B2C businesses can focus on more light-hearted, fun social media posts, B2B businesses need to use social media to share valuable industry content. As a tool for connecting a business with its customers, however, social media is vital to both.
Our standard websites take approximately 120 days to create. Our E-commerce (online store) websites take approximately 160 days to create. This time will vary from project to project.
Yes. We include copywriting and editing in all of our proposals. We also build your sitemap and help structure the foundation of your website in the planning stages.
Yes. We will help you. We also have photographers and videographers available to produce custom photography and videos for your website.
YES! Everything that we build will be 100% owned by you. Most of our clients stay with us for the life of the website. Our team is just irresistible that way. But if for any reason, you decide you want to take your site to another hosting service and get another company to service the site, we will happily assist you in making the transition as effortlessly and efficiently as possible. The website is yours, after all, and we want you to take it wherever you go.
If you are not satisfied with the initial design, we will work with you further and come up with another design. Our aim is to design a website that you are completely happy with.
Static Web pages always look the same and the content rarely changes. To make a change, you must create the page yourself or request a Web designer to do it for you. The newly created page and any images must then be uploaded to the Web servers.
Dynamic pages are the opposite. They can change every time they are loaded (without anyone having to make those changes), and they can even change their content based on what your website visitors do.
The dynamic page can be created to respond to information entered by your site’s visitor. They usually store and pull information from an underlying database.
Dynamic sites can reduce ongoing maintenance costs if you don’t want to change things yourself with a Web page editor. They usually cost more to develop, as they require more complex coding. A content management utility also needs to be developed to help you manage your site.
Many clients have a combination of dynamic and static elements in their sites. For instance, they might use dynamic pages for a product catalog where they have to change information or pictures regularly. The “Contact” and “About Us” pages are often left as static pages.
No. We discuss your website requirements and price accordingly. Once you have placed your order with us, we will adhere to our quoted price.