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Be sure prospective clients can find your company when they search online with Search Engine Marketing (SEM) in the form of PPC Paid Search Advertising. With PPC, Multiview can position your company at or near the top of Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo search results for relevant keyword searches specific to your products and services.
We will develop a complete keyword strategy and compelling text ads to help connect you with your buyers at key moments throughout their buying journey.
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Multiview has been a true partner. Their fabulous account and design support coupled with insightful analytics allows us to properly target our messages to the correct audience. The end result is ROI data that showcases the power of our Multiview programmatic advertising.
2020 proved to be a challenging time and Multiview adjusted with Marriott IndyPlace Hotels as we looked for ways to reach our audience and stay relevant with appropriate content. Multiview has been a good partner to increase traffic to our website and targeting specific markets. They have been professional in their services provided and a pleasure to work together.
We have definitely seen huge increases in traffic to our website. I would attribute quite a bit of that to Multiview. Getting our name out there and getting people coming to the website was critically important.
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Guide to Getting Started in Digital B2B Marketing
You know your business needs marketing. Without it, potential customers won’t know you exist. They won’t know you have a product or service that will benefit them. Every business needs a consistent flow of new leads. They’re the oxygen that keeps your business breathing. And it’s marketing that supplies this oxygen. Marketing cultivates brand awareness. It nurtures prospects. And, ideally, marketing fosters those prospects into loyal, longtime customers. But understanding the need for marketing is separate from understanding how to market.