What Sets Topic Apart?
If you were going to bring someone into your business to help with marketing, what would you want that person to be like?
Your list would probably look a bit like this (or at least it should):
- Experienced with relevant work in your industry
- Ability to learn your business and industry quickly
- Communicate your business goals and with your customers effectively
- Smoothly coordinate with you and your team
- Reach your marketing goals
Above all else, you want a resource that you can trust, a person that will talk to you in a straightforward way to provide the expertise and respectful pushback that you need to grow your business.
Like many others, you probably stress about finding that diamond in the rough who can do all of those things for you. You may even consider bringing on a marketing agency, but aren’t they all overpriced and basically the same? Not really.
Marketing agencies try to stand out from each other by being different, more creative and more of a one-stop-shop. Buzzwords seem endless, and while most business owners know that they need marketing, they don’t know what’s a fad and what’s a missed opportunity.
At Topic, we have faithful long-term clients for very simple reasons. They trust us, because we’re no BS when we talk to them, we take the time to really understand their business and we do what we say we will.
We can go on and on about our web, content and design skills by sharing all of our past projects, but at the end of the day, you want to feel confident that you’re spending resources on the right marketing efforts to grow your business.
At Topic, conversations are our specialty. Our work starts with a conversation about helping you navigate or expand your marketing. From there, our efforts are designed to make you the topic of conversation among your customers and clients.
We’ll be honest, we don’t want to give you a 50 page proposal with an infinite list of marketing buzzwords. We would rather have a real conversation with you about your business, and in the event that we can help you, we’d love the chance to compete for that business.
Intrigued? Let’s talk, contact us at email@example.com
By Matt Franklin