Industrial Marketing and
The biggest and most common roadblock to creating a well-rounded marketing and public relations plan is analysis paralysis.
You have a budget (or at least a number in mind). You are willing to invest into a marketing campaign to drive leads, improve sales, increase profits, and gain additional market share. The issue is most likely you’re unsure of where to invest and how much to allocate.
Whether you simply need a nudge in the right direction or a comprehensive step-by-step marketing plan, Seroka Industrial Branding can provide the support, consultation, and guidance you need to market and promote your business.
Our industrial marketing communications services include creative development, writing, graphic design and project management for:
- Social media (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more)
- Email marketing
- Website creation or refresh
- Sales materials
- Pay-per-click (PPC)
- Direct mail
- Case studies
- Trade show/event planning and design
We anticipate, interpret and build mutually beneficial relationships between your industrial brand, the public and the media.
Public relations is about more than sending out an occasional press release. It’s about building brand awareness with your target audiences. We build that positive awareness by getting you published in the right media outlets, obtaining recognition by those highly valued in your industry and being prepared in the event of a crisis.
PR is about creating, promoting and maintaining a positive brand reputation. And it’s done by targeting the right messaging at the right audiences through the right media outlets. When done well, it can effectively handle most any challenge that may present itself.
- Secure media placements into predetermined target publications
- Gain recognition through award opportunities
- Establish credibility through speaking engagements
- Handle event planning and preparation
- Manage crisis communications in times of need
Let’s schedule a time to connect and discuss taking the easy first step with a simple marketing assessment.
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