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We set out to meet digital marketing goals for your business.

Digital media users continue to grow exponentially. Reach your audience on their digital devices.

Use the strength of digital advertising to deliver powerful messages to customers.

Having a powerful message is an essential part of every marketing budget.

You may be savvy on the latest mobile app or social media platform. But you also need some serious expertise to keep up with digital marketing and the various applications. A social media site alone is not a strategy. You now have the opportunity to market products and services using various channels. From email marketing, to search engine optimization, marketing automation and more.

The HenkinSchultz digital team knows smart objectives for digital marketing.

We furiously study consumer behavior online. We strive to understand how they consume content. What is their user experience? What can we learn from it? For example, did you know that roughly 60% of all website searches are from mobile phones? Mobile marketing and any online marketing must work together.

One of the most exciting things about digital marketing is the powerful analytics and digital tracking tools at your fingertips. Our digital strategist will work with you to develop your custom digital marketing goals and Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s). We track smart objectives by studying impressions, conversions, click through rates and more to deliver extremely robust reporting.

We then look at the metrics with you. We’ll determine where we are underperforming and overperforming, make adjustments and repeat. Digital advertising is highly measurable, customer driven and cost effective.

Custom Digital Marketing Services Include:

  • Search Engine Optimization
  • Position Tracking
  • Keyword Research
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • Google Ads – Search and Display
  • Social Media Management
  • Social Media Advertising
  • Digital Analysis
  • Geofencing Advertising
  • Programmatic Digital Ads
  • Native Ad Placement
  • Local Pack Management
  • Analytics

Certifications Include:

  • Google Search
  • Google Display
  • Google Shopping
  • Google Analytics
  • Hubspot
  • Salesforce
  • SEMRush

Digital Marketing Inspiration From Our Projects:

Great Shots

Great Shots

Security First Bank

Security First Bank

Missouri River Energy Services

Missouri River Energy Services

Healthy Ponds

Healthy Ponds

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