Marketing Case Studies
Marketing with Webinars
YourBigPic came to The Marketing Optimist to increase awareness of their brand, demand for their products and services, and increase conversions.
This is how we helped them do all that and more.
See the “Developing a marketing strategy” Case Study to see more of our work for YourBigPic.
Marketing through coronavirus
Clients Key West Pest Control asked The Marketing Optimist to help them navigate the challenges presented by coronavirus, helping them to market through this challenging time for businesses, increase sales in the services they launched to help the UK businesses tackle the virus, and more.
This is how we helped them market through coronavirus.
Developing a marketing strategy
YourBigPic came to The Marketing Optimist to increase awareness of the brand, accelerate demand for its products and services and increase conversions.
This is how we’ve helped them grow their company.
Marketing a start-up brand from scratch
Dotmaker is bringing a new concept to designing your own home. Like all new ideas no one knows it exists until they are made aware of it. It’s the same for all start-ups – how do you market something people don’t know they know they need.
This is how we’re helping Dotmaker launch via social media.
Facebook Marketing for retail businesses
Facebook Marketing can be a key driver of footfall for retail businesses. Guess How Much! is a brand new entrant into the discount retail sector. They have positioned themselves as a great value retailer with high customer service.
So, we helped them create a Facebook community building programme to drive footfall.
Defining a marketing strategy for Renaissance
Renaissance, a curtain accessory business, wanted to secure long term contracts with larger suppliers, whilst retaining and growing their core customer base.
We defined a marketing strategy to guide the business in the direction it wished to travel.
We'll help you turn your marketing spend into sales revenue
There are so many things to consider when putting a marketing strategy together, that most SME owners just don’t have the time to do it themselves or budget to employ someone full-time.