Linkedin is a great platform for B2B marketing. Cut through the noise of other platforms and advertise to people when they’re already in the mindset to do business.
Linkedin is an exciting platform to advertise on right now. They’re still catching up with Facebook and Google and that makes your ability to obtain reach much easier!
Linkedin offers the best opportunity to reach highly-qualified leads and markets due to its professional atmosphere. Just like Facebook, you can target audiences based on a wide variety of factors but you can easily target people based on their job title and employer as well. This offers great ROI for B2B marketing.
What Linkedin Advertising Services Do We Offer?
Linkedin Advertising FAQ
How long does it typically take to see results?
Most paid acquisition campaigns can expect to see results within the first 3 months. Linkedin is a bit different though. Results can take longer but they often have a much higher payout when they do. It really depends on the level of product/service that you offer.
Do you offer any guarantees?
We do not – just like the folks who handle your investments, we cannot guarantee anything. We do, however, offer reduced retainers coupled with performance-based payment options for certain services.
What makes you different from other agencies in the area?
First off, we won’t work for your competition. So long as we are under contract with you, we will not work with your direct competitors that operate within a 50 mile radius.
Unlike most other options around here, our team isn’t comprised of just graphic artists, marketers, and social media fanatics. Our team is comprised of computer scientists and individuals with backgrounds in the sciences. Think of us like architects, we understand both design and engineering. Our local competition do not have the passion for math and science like we do and make no mistake, SEO is a science. However, unlike a lot of scientists our CEO is adamant about hiring people who have the traits of both scientist and creatives. He believes in keeping the idea of the Renaissance Man alive.