As the Founder & Director of Digital Strategy for Webfor, I have helped hundreds of businesses understand the search engine environment, implement successful digital marketing strategies, and increase profits. I am very confident that I can help you reach your goals.
Why? Winning is a habit that I’ve worked hard to develop. If we decide to work together, I am certain that we will have a prosperous relationship. Rest assured that on my watch, your return on investment will be one of the highest you’ve ever seen.
Whether you’re looking for one-on-one consulting, training for your team or help from my company of digital marketing experts, I can and will deliver.
There’s something you need to know about me; I am not going to tell you what you want to hear. I’ve always found blunt honesty is the best policy. Some of it may be difficult to swallow, but at least you will know where you’re starting from, what’s in it for you and what it will take to reach our goals. I say “our” goals because if I take you on as a client your goals become my goals.
If we do any market valuation, the estimates I come up with will be conservative to moderate in nature and I will base almost everything on those conservative estimates.
My biggest advantage over other consultants is my team of 15 full-time experts in search engine optimization, content strategy, social media marketing, conversion rate optimization, graphic design and website development. I can put together a dream team of people that will knock it out of the park for you. I’ll also take a realistic approach to what internal skill sets and team members you have, and leverage those assets to control costs while helping you implement successful processes that will cultivate long term success.
Over the years, I’ve worked with numerous businesses that had previously hired a consultant to assess their SEO, social & content strategies and put together a plan that would help them beat their competitors and increase revenue.
So, what’s the problem? I’ve yet to come across a company that went that route (consultant does the research, provides a plan, and you implement it) and succeeded. It’s not the consultant’s fault and it’s not 100% the company’s fault either. The fault is in that old-school, ineffective process.
All too often, companies don’t realize the amount of internal resources it will take to get the job done effectively. They think about the cost instead of the return on investment, so they hire more staff and try to have those people handle too many responsibilities.
In house teams are routinely overloaded with tasks that are not really in their expertise, and they’re expected to be an “expert” in a ton of different disciplines.
Let me ask you this: If you were having brain surgery, who would you rather have performing it– someone who is operating with detailed instructions and has been coached by a brain surgeon or an experienced neurosurgeon.