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There are a LOT of marketing companies online. However, very few of them offer our combination of service and experience when it comes to helping you sell more auto parts and/or accessories online.
We can work on a monthly basis (with no long-term commitment), a project basis (a one-time cost), or a contract basis. Our price ranges vary from one service to another:
For an exact quote, please contact us – we can discuss your project, determine if we’re a good fit for one another, and then figure out a budget that works.
First of all, over the last decade, the world of Internet marketing has been the merging…social media, email marketing, web development, SEO, and PPC have become increasingly intertwined. We’re confident this trend is only going to continue, and that means that we need to be good at all of these things to help our clients.
Second, our specialty doesn’t lie with the tools we use. Just like an automotive tech doesn’t specialize in using a torque wrench, we don’t specialize in PPC. We specialize in marketing your auto parts and accessories business online. That’s what we hang our hat on – SEO, PPC, email, web development…these are just the tools we use to help your business grow.
Basically, we like the name “spork” because it’s memorable…and because it shows we don’t take ourselves too seriously.
If you say “No,” that’s as far as it goes.
1. Demand proof of results. A lot of companies talk about online marketing, but how many of them have clients that dominate search results on Google, Bing, and Yahoo? How many can direct you to top-notch examples of web development, and provide analytics reports to show that these sites generate revenue? How many can put you in touch with a half-a-dozen clients who sing their praises at a moment’s notice?
We love what we do (really, no joke – we love it). It’s a point of pride to do a great job, and our goal is to be the very best automotive part and accessory marketers in the world. We’re ready and able to prove that we know what we’re doing – just ask.
2. Ask for ideas and a “battle plan.” When we start talking to a new potential client, we like to take the time to review their specific site and goals, and then to provide them with both a) a realistic projection of results and b) a detailed outline of the work we’d like to do.
Many companies are reluctant to share ideas until they’ve got you on the hook, but we’re not scared to talk about ideas with anyone…the secret isn’t the ideas, it’s the execution that counts.