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Digital Marketing Services

If you’re looking for an agency that has creativity, business smarts and geekery in spades, you’ve found it.  We are fascinated by what influences people’s behaviour online – whether they like, tweet, visit, buy or recommend – and then how to apply that to real world businesses like yours.

Have a website and want to make it better?

Who doesn’t?  We love to work alongside our clients, in short bursts or in the long term, to build their understanding of how to make their website better.

Working with us usually includes:

Consulting

Everything starts with talking about your business to find out what you need… even when you don’t know what that is yet. We’ll meet with you to better understand the history and ethos of your business and come up with a tailored digital marketing strategy that is ambitious, results driven and achievable.

Doing

Many of our clients want to stick at what they do best – running their teams, rather than doing their own digital marketing. If you don’t have the time or the in house technical skills, then Noisy Little Monkey will act as an in-house digital marketing resource, working closely with you to meet agreed marketing objectives.

Training

We’re up-to-date with the latest technology, best practice and tools and like to spread our knowledge around. We can train your in house teams on all aspects of digital marketing. This is great if you need to keep digital marketing costs down and improve your skills. Training and consulting can go hand in hand, and rarely do we walk away from training a client without providing a plan to support their continuous improvement.

Continuous Improvement

One of the best things about digital marketing – in our opinion – is that it never stops evolving. New platforms, algorithms and best practice are emerging all the time. Our continuous improvement retainer services are a long term commitment to keep your digital marketing in tip-top shape.

What makes us different?

It’s NOT ALL ABOUT YOU. Jeez, get over youself. It’s all ABOUT YOUR AUDIENCE and how they percieve you – your website, your business objectives, your understanding and knowledge. There are no cookie cutter templates for how we work, we are straight talking, a bit über geeky and absolutely committed to giving you the best information, advice and support available.

There’s no ‘black hat’ wizardry, quick fixes or unobtainable promises. There are lots of agencies that offer these, but we’re not one of them.

Pricing

We’re not cheap, but we’re not London prices either. Our fees are based on a rate of £800 per day and half a day’s training is £450. A typical SEO project starts at £5,000, a typical social media campaign starts at £1,500 pcm.

All fees are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate.

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