We are working tirelessly to make sure our clients are always looked after. At FULL SCEPTER, we create brands that are not only visual identities, but will make people sit up and take notice. Your brand is a visual embodiment of your business and is unique to you.
Bigger impact. More response. Significant results.
Online branding adds power. Connect your offline and online marketing
Marketing tools and tactics to fit the audiences
Your website is not merely an online brochure. Today it’s at the heart of your marketing strategy.
Reinvent with a new name and brand. Rename to bring clarity, focus and energy to your reinvention.
When a marketing manager is struggling to keep up, a marketing team can’t focus. It’s time for a marketing mentor.
Today’s audiences start online when they search for what you offer. Capture leads and boost response when inbound marketing propels online branding.
The principles are simple: Use multiple tactics so your website can be found by online searchers; capture and engage visitors; provide value to visitors so they become leads; nurture those leads until they become customers.
But developing an effective program requires an experienced perspective—a marketing agency with proven marketing savvy; people immersed in branding and skilled at connecting traditional marketing tactics to the online brand.
It isn’t about giving up traditional tactics; it’s about leveraging what you have already built and using your website as the heart of your marketing strategy.
Worlds of innovation
Peter Drucker already said “Business has only two functions – marketing and innovation”. He considered marketing and innovation to be the important basis for the company’s success.
This is reason enough to take a deeper look at the purpose and role of marketing from an innovation perspective. Marketing includes tasks to increase sales. The focus is on customer and market orientation; all products, services and processes are to be aligned with the needs of customers and users.
Time is money
Brands and marketing teams are so focused on messaging and creating a unique experience that they often forget the core foundation of any successful business transaction: solving a problem. It’s important not to lose sight of this given all the ways we can engage with our customers, especially all the digital ways.
Location is everything
Today’s geo-marketing activities are more advanced than some of the traditional strategies. For instance, by using beacon technology, a retail store could send a targeted message to someone walking by their business.
The growth of mobile integration, big data management, and consumer’s trust in technology have all played a part in making location-based marketing more efficient.