Social Media

What's In Store For Mobile Advertising

Mobile Advertising is sweeping through every type of marketing campaign and now is the time to get on board with your company. From email marketing to social media, mobile advertising is a powerful tool in capturing your leads on-the-go. So how do you keep up with mobile marketing? Below is a cheat sheet for what's new in 2015 for mobile advertising. Catch up today!

Social Media and Mobile Advertising

Facebook is the social media king and when you're wondering what is the best way to reach your market with the Facebook app, it's never been easier. Facebook advertising has their own section of their site dedicated to teaching you dimensions, best practices, and mobile optimization for every ad. In fact, when you boost a post you can now be confident that every single ad looks great on mobile. See below image for an example of how to use the Facebook Advertising tools to create mobile ads that look great!

Responsive Landing Pages And Mobile Marketing

This year, many landing page companies are releasing a much more customized version of responsive marketing. This means that rather than your site scaling down for your visitors on a mobile device, you can completely rearrange the page to make the mobile version better suited for a phone. A huge part of mobile advertising is creating an online environment that is easy and straightforward to use for clients no matter what device they are on. Mobile advertising is more than looking for gimmicks or sending an SMS campaign, a large part of it is simply creating great graphic design. Below is an example of a recent Admail West mobile landing page. Note the simplicity and straightforward call to action.

Email Marketing On Mobile Devices

The thing we are the most excited about for 2015's mobile advertising is responsive emails and automated programs. What's so awesome about email softwares we work with are their heightened ability to create really custom graphics. You can do so much more than simply scale down your images. Some softwares now let you swap out different images for mobile compared to desktop and if that's not a huge step forward in mobile advertising, I don't know what is!

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Is Your Social Media Hurting Your Brand?

Social Media is an amazing outlet for your company to develop a personal voice online. With millions of users and customized demographic targeting, many companies in many industries take advantage of the reach social media provides. However, social media is an art and when done incorrectly it could create a poor representation of your brand. Studies show that most customers do online research before making a purchase. If your social pages rank high and are not accurate representations of your company, you could be missing out on conversions. Things like unbranded posts or irrelevant content may be creating a misleading customer experience but luckily, with the right experience, each issue can be resolved fairly easily.

Branded Posts

Social media posts that do not represent your brand or at least have your logo pose a major threat to your pages. Part of the issue is that your content can be stolen or used by other companies on their social media. What makes posts powerful is that yours stand out and represent your company. Support your brand by creating professional and unique posts to your page. Include a wide variety of images, statuses, and shared links that all represent some part of your company and services. Furthermore, don’t repost anything without giving the proper credit. And finally, brand your page. Make sure your profile photo, header, and about your business segments reflect your website as closely as possible. Aim for professional and inviting.

Relevant Posts

Many companies enjoy sharing memes and other humor from the internet. Before you post, shy away from anything that isn’t consistent with the people in your client base. Avoid curse words and other crude humor (unless that’s your niche) and don’t repost anything that doesn’t look nice. Being active on social media is so much more than throwing some things on your timeline here and there. Be sure that your posts are relevant to your following AND your company. For example, if you’re in the restaurant business focus on food and drink or luxury items. Or if you’re in insurance post articles about local stories relating to insurance. Relevant posts show that you understand your audience and engage with current events.

Posting Consistently

A major part of social media posting is creating regular content. When client’s look at your page, they are able to tell that you’ve only posted a few times in the last six months and this shows a lack of attention to detail. If you have a small team, make sure someone posts once a month. Spreading out the responsibility lessens the hard work and makes it more varied in applicable content. If you have an adspend, hiring a marketing company like Admail West to create your social media posts is another efficient way to not only get a great branded social media page but also turn it into a lead generator for your company.

Adspend And Demographics

The last way your social media could hurt your brand is when there are not correct demographics applied to your advertisements. When you boost a post the money needs to be allocated to the right group of people in order to turn into ROI. This requires testing and an understanding of marketing tools. Advertising firms like Admail West offer social media marketing services that can help craft ads and target the right people. To better reach your demographics, ask Admail West for an analysis of your social media platforms. You just might be surprised with the results.

Social Media Marketing: Then and Now

In the beginning, Social Media Marketing was only relevant for businesses targeting the under 25 demographic. The days of Myspace and early Twitter offered limited advertising opportunities for companies outside the entertainment and adolescent sales industries. But as time progressed, and social media rapidly changed, advertising online has quickly become a global sales environment where any company could find their target market and deploy ads in just a few clicks of a button. Advertising on social media has become so quintessential to the 21st century that most companies wouldn’t dream of going without it.

Facebook Advertising: Then and Now

Originally Facebook only allowed those with a college email address to join their platform. It was intended to connect young Americans to like-minded people and their current peer group. As it began to explode, Facebook opened their doors and before they knew what happened, people from every country and every age group joined the ranks of the online community. With this transition and the development of business accounts on Facebook, any company was able to clearly define just who saw their ads and when with millions of individuals at their disposal. Now, Facebook offers some of the most advanced demographic and audience targeting available to those interested in advertising on social media. This powerful tool, allows your organization and your products to be the first and last thing potential consumers see every single day.

Let’s Get Mobile

Alongside the boom of .com’s like Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Pinterest, and so much more was the development of the smartphone and the app store. Now, advertising isn’t confined to the hours people spend on their computer but instead is available on their mobile devices which never disconnect from the internet. According to the Daily Mail, an average adult checks their phone of 1,500 times per week. This opens up the door for continuous contact with your brand and products. The spread of product awareness, word of mouth, and advertising opportunity means that companies who use social media actively have an average of a 237% increase in website traffic and client interaction. (Read more at Hubspot). Social media marketing tools are now among the most powerful asset for any budding company.

Viral Movements

On top of increased exposure, word of mouth in the form of viral campaigns is nothing short of explosive. While this means the bad reviews spread more quickly, the flipside significantly outweighs the risks. A viral campaign can have amazing effects consider the #x for awareness about not texting and driving or even more powerful the “Ice Bucket Challenge’” that raised over $100 Million for ALS research. Whether you’re a non-profit or a corporation, these social media marketing tools are unbelievable powerful.

How To Get Started With Social Media Marketing

The first push is always the hardest, but generally speaking with 2-5 months of dedication, your social media campaigns could easily become the highest ROI generator. To get started, first claim and brand all your accounts. The next step is reaching your current client base via email, promotions, and your website to “like” or “follow” your account. Once the account is established, it’s time to test where and which platform yields the best results for your company. The best way to do this? Hiring an advertising firm like Admail West, that uses data-driven marketing to bring your organization to new digital heights. With intensive strategy planning, you can start to see growth quickly!

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5 Tips to Strengthen Your Social Media Strategy

With social media constantly evolving, there’s always more you can do to enhance your social media strategy. Without regular updates and enhancements, your social media can get dull and boring. Staying current with trends and technologies keeps your viewers interested and engaged. If you’re looking to add more to your social media strategy, follow these tips from our social media management experts!

1. Cross-Reference Your Social Media Channels

Add power to each of your social media profiles through cross-referencing them. To do this, periodically ask your followers to visit  and follow another one of your social media platforms. Be sure to post a link and include what exclusive features followers can find following a specific social media profile, such as business updates, free information and tips, or chances to enter in upcoming contests. For this reason, diversifying your content is important for all your social media channels. Cross-referencing your social media channels is a great idea to build your social media strategy.

2. Uniform Branding

The right branding can make or break your marketing efforts. Branding is essential for viewers to identify with your brand or business. If viewers can't consistently identify with your business through your choice of logos, colors, fonts, or slogans, your brand identity is weakened and holds less trust as a cohesive business. Having uniform branding throughout all of your social media and website pages creates an identity that viewers are familiar with, and one that they can relate to.

3. Utilize Your Analytics

Analytics data is always available for social media and all of your digital marketing. In addition to installing Google Analytics and other online analytics software, you need to take it a step further to interpret and implement your data. Dig deep to find what types of posts get the most engagement, best posting times, demographics and more. There are always insights to be found in your social media. See what generates the highest return on investment, and take it from there.

4. Implement A/B Testing

A/B testing is an advanced step in finding data to improve your social media. By testing between two or more variants, you can understand the hidden behaviors of your audience. For example, you might choose to compare two headlines, test variations in colors, language, demographics, calls to action, and more. Honing in on the smaller details can uncover a lot about how your should go about your social media strategy. Conduct A/B tests often, as consumer tastes and interests change. Remember, the smallest changes can drive big results in your marketing.

5. Keep Building Your Audience

It’s never enough to just maintain your social media presence. You must actively participate in growing your audience and engaging them. Interacting, commenting and sharing your content on other social media profiles pays dividends by increasing exposure for your brand and consequently gaining more followers. Also consider paid advertising through social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Nowadays, social media sites are offering more paid advertising options to effectively reach your current and potential audiences.

Our social media management specialists know what it takes to get your brand seen and heard. If you’re looking for a group of talented designers and marketers, contact Admail West to get started!

Diversifying Your Approach to Social Media

As a digital marketing agency we've seen huge growth and opportunity through the world of social media. Because social media is an extremely sought-after marketing tool, there’s more competition than ever to capture user engagement and perfect your strategy. With that said, you’ll want to make sure your social media strategy is up fresh and up to date. Think of this like a social media audit: Are you reaching the right audience? Are followers interested in what you have to say? Is your content dynamic and interactive? These are only a few questions to ask yourself when reevaluating your approach to your marketing strategy. Read on to find ways you can diversify your approach to social media.

Start With Content

Whether you manage your own social media posts or hire a social media management agency, you want to ensure your content is engaging. At the end of the day, we know that good content drives more interaction on social media sites. You might be posting fun photos, updates, and valuable information, but is it all under one medium? Are you including other pieces of diversified content, such as videos, webinars, or infographics? Looks for ways in which you can vary your type of content.

Re-Think Your Audience

Every great social media marketing strategy has a clear understanding of it’s audience. If your goal is to drive sales or conversions, then targeting your specific audience is crucial. You might have already done research for your demographics, but as time evolves, purchasing trends change. Take it a step further and target new types of audiences you might not expect. As trends change, conducting A/B tests on your current and potential audiences is a must.

Integrate Social Media with Other Marketing Channels

Social media doesn't have to end at just your social media sites. Integrating social media campaigns with other marketing platforms strengthens your marketing potential. You might cross-reference social media with online marketing outlets such as email promotions, coupons, advertisements, landing pages and more. When pairing two marketing channels, your chances of marketing success increase exponentially.

Diversifying your social media strategy from time to time can be effective in solidifying your brand’s online presence, popularity and engagement. If you’re looking to supercharge your social media strategy, contact Admail West today to learn about our how our social media marketing team can help your brand succeed.

6 Ways to Cut Your Social Media Marketing Time in Half

Social media can have a very high return on investment. Unfortunately, it’s very possible to get lost in spending countless hours scoping out, perfecting, and posting your content. Though the time time you spend building a solid social media strategy is never wasted, it can take a big, unnecessary chunk out of your workweek. Follow these simple tips on cutting your social media marketing time in half.

1. Automate!

Social media automation is most likely the best method to save time on executing your strategy. Free software like Hootsuite and Buffer give you the option to schedule posts for any day and time. This is also great if you are working with an editorial calendar, and want to schedule your posts far in advance. With social media automation, you can execute your social media strategy within just a few hours or less per week.

2. Curate Content as You Go

Scoping out relevant and engaging content is by far the most time-consuming aspect of any social media strategy. You can spend hours searching for the right content, being led from one site to the next, and ultimately still finding nothing to share. Instead of designating a chunk of time for your content search, try keeping an eye out for relevant content as you go along your day, and bookmark it for later. Adding relevant sites to your RSS feed can also help you curate your content easily throughout your week.

3. Share Other's Content

Sharing content is a great way to grow your social media connections as well as cut down the time you spend finding and sharing information. Sharing, re-tweeting, or pinning take only a few seconds to add content to your page.

4. Stock Photos

When creating your own own social media content, it can take time to find the perfect photo through a web search. Not only that, but most photos are not high-quality, and take up even more time needing to be re-touched and edited. Investing in a popular stock photo site can help you instantly find that perfect photo to go with your blog or social media post.

5. Keep It Simple

Your social media strategy doesn’t have to be a complex endeavor. Most of the time, viewers on social media are looking for quick information and fast reads. You only have about a second to capture someone’s attention. In this case, simple is always better. Spending time crafting the absolute perfect, lengthy post won’t always get you better results.

6. Leave It to the Experts

Even after applying the tips above, we understand that you still might not have the time or resources to execute an effective social media marketing strategy. At Admail West, we’ve had repeated success in launching social media campaigns and bringing success to our clients. If you’re interested in leaving your social media marketing to the experts, contact Admail West today!

4 Social Media Hacks for Your Business

Social media management and marketing pay huge dividends when done right. As a leading digital marketing agency in Sacramento, we’re attuned to the ins and outs of what makes social media marketing successful. Read to find social media hacks that you can apply to your business today.

1. Contests & Promotions

Holding a contest or promotion is great for your social media marketing strategy. Increasing audience engagement, driving leads, and gaining followers are all benefits of putting this tactic into play. When you do decide to run your contest or promotion, keep in mind your target audience and end goal. Do you want to generate revenue or increase brand awareness? For any of your marketing objectives, running a fun contest or promotion could be a game-changer in your strategy.

2. Seasonal Posts

The holidays stir up excitement offline and online, meaning social media channels are very active throughout the holidays. By creating unique and engaging holiday posts, you can up your social media engagement as well as generate qualified leads for your business. Before the festivities roll around, be sure to brainstorm some unique content for your holiday posts, and add them to your editorial calendar.

3. Landing Pages

In online marketing, landing pages are one of the most effective tools for capturing information and generating leads. If you’re promoting a product or service online, always direct viewers to a landing page specific to the nature of your post.

4. 'Share' Buttons

If you want above-average returns on your content and social marketing efforts, always include sharing buttons on your webpage. This gives the option for viewers to share your content on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or any other social media platform. Maximize the number of impressions for your content, expose your brand, and help your content go viral with social sharing buttons.

Social media marketing doesn’t have to be complicated. Hiring a digital marketing agency to handle your social media management can help grow your business. If you’re looking for experienced social media marketers, contact Admail West Sacramento today.

Trick or Treat- Three Tricks For Lead Generation

While you may have a killer social media campaign, every company’s end goal is lead generation. Simple awareness and engagement doesn’t always translate to financial gain. With modern digital marketing we know that media awareness can be harnessed into extremely powerful leads, you just have to know how. In the following steps, you’ll see how insider secretes can transform your digital marketing into your largest producer of leads.

Trick #3

The Twofold Call To Action. With social media lead generation, you’ll often find that you have the potential to encourage interaction within a post online. Something many people struggle with is the decision to call for either a lead conversion or a social engagement conversion. The secret is to have both. Always. Make a post that is visually appealing and in the text call your readers to first “like” or “share” your post. Then include a link to the page you really want them to follow. It’s so simple but we guarantee you’ll see the leads pile up.

Trick #2

Give Your Followers A Reason. Want to convert leads now? Stop using gimmicks like “free quote” or “the best around”. Alone, those phrases lack the ability to capture attention and encourage your site visitors to fill out a form instantly. Make it an immediate need. Warn your prospects on the dangers of going without your service. Or tell them they can have a free quote or free sample, if they fill out the form before a set time and date. Creating urgency with a persuasive invitation can take you a long way.

Trick #1

Use A Landing Page. Want leads now? Stop directing your ads to your homepage. That is the biggest mistake in online marketing, and we see it all the time. When someone clicks on an ad, offer, or social media posting, they want to be taken to relevant content right away. Frequently your homepage will be a blanket summary of services and products rather than immediate information about your offer. Landing pages make it hard to navigate away and promote a higher amount of form submissions.

Bonus Trick

Hiring a team like Admail West allows your business to have access to tons of resources and experts in each faucet of marketing. Allow us to develop your marketing and watch the lead generation soar.

How To Perfect Your Target Audience On Social Media

The key to strong social media posts is getting the right target audience before spending a large sum on adspend. That is why testing your ads is one of the essential parts of the Admail West on boarding process for clients. So how do we do it? Getting the right target audience is a several step process. It requires a certain amount of dedication and time rather than the need for instant results. For all of you looking to get your marketing demographics down, let’s break down one of our proven methods.

Design.

The first thing you do before spending a single penny is get some design concepts. This is a great group activity. Take some time with your online marketing team to brainstorm 3 or 4 unique looks for an ad or Facebook post. Include a tagline or inspirational quote, these tend to be compelling. Similarly, use your logo to brand your post.

Pro Tip- Avoid stock photos if possible. Using a real company photo or holding a photo shoot is more appealing to any target audience.

Content.

Next define your goal and then shape content around your offer. Are you looking for leads or interaction? Write your content 3 or 4 different ways and then associate it with an appropriate graphic.

Pro Tip-  Think about who you are talking to or who you would like to be your clients and shape your content around that.

Testing.

Start with a small budget for each sample ad. $20 per ad should be plenty. Then for each ad try a different age group, company keywords, and think of activities or interests that your prospects may also enjoy. Then watch what happens over a 2 day period.

Pro Tip- Spend plenty of time looking at your data before you define you target audience.

Overview of Defining Your Target Audience

Demographic marketing in the digital sphere is more advanced and honed in than ever. Marketing can be made simple on social media. Facebook is an extremely powerful tool to put you right in front of your potential consumers. With the right target audience, your company could experience its strongest ROI.

5 Ways To Engage Your Audience In Social Media

In today’s rapidly expanding world of social media, merely posting content is not enough for your brand. For a successful social media marketing campaign, engagement is key. Social media engagement involves your audience commenting, sharing or interacting with your content. It creates a vibrant online community and reinforces your validity as a brand. You might have a great following, but if your audience isn’t engaged, then it might be time to re-think your social media strategy. Here are Admail West’s top five tips for increasing social media engagement.

1. Choose Only the Highest Quality Content

In the constant chatter of the online world, you need top quality content to grab attention. For your social media copy, take the time to craft a concise but sharp headline, and always be sure to re-edit your copy for typos, precision and clarity. Strong photos are also a defining feature in drawing attention online. Browse through stock images to find a professional and relevant photo you can pair with your post.

2. Ask for Engagement - Indirectly

The easiest way to increase engagement is to simply ask! Call’s to action (CTA’s ) return the greatest engagement. At the end of your post, ask users to comment their thoughts, or ‘Retweet’ your post if they found it interesting or helpful, or even link to a landing page to capture a lead. By asking for engagement, not only will your audience stay involved in your content, your content will be exposed to a bigger and bigger audience.

3. Boost Your Post

It’s no secret that only a small portion of your Facebook audience sees your posts. That’s why we recommend setting aside a budget for Facebook ads and boosts. By boosting your high-quality engagement post via Facebook, your can exponentially reach a larger audience, resulting in more comments, shares, and again, more exposure for your brand. You’d be surprised at how far just $100 can go for your company.

4. Make it Personal

When trying to reach your conversion goals, it’s easy for your social media marketing to get impersonal. Fans and followers do not want to feel that they’re being marketed to, they want to feel like they are a part of your community. Keep it personal by asking questions and creating a conversation. Create a community where users can contact you and share their thoughts, and make room for some fun posts in your social media strategy.

5. Post on A Regular Basis

Consistency is key in creating and maintaining a strong social media audience. As your number of posts drop, so does your engagement. To keep a steady posting schedule, start by creating a social media calendar and scheduling your posts. If you’re involved in your social media pages, you can expect your audience to be involved as well.

Engagement should always be a priority when fine-tuning your social media strategy. Implementing these few steps can create a buzz around your brand. At Admail West, our social media marketing and management experts run the whole gamut. From strategizing, audience targeting, reporting and management, we apply our industry knowledge to your benefit.

If your social media strategy needs an update, contact us today!

6 Steps to Make The Best Facebook Ads

Facebook ads are one of our favorite secret weapons for increasing leads and exposure for any company. Many of our clients have a Facebook on which they post the occasional status or picture. Similarly, many companies are also utilizing Google PPC. The beauty of Facebook Ads is that they combine the interpersonal aspect of social media with the targeting of Google Analytics.  So the question stands: how do you make a Facebook Ad that produces results? Here are the six simple steps any company can follow to produce likes and better yet, leads.

How to Make Facebook Ads

 

  • Produce a graphically appealing image with a clear call to action. A compelling and attention grabbing post includes clean graphics, short simple text, and inspires an action. People want what they don’t have. With our example of social media marketing, you have to explain to prospects in a visually appealing way that your product is valuable. See below picture as an example: 
  • Include a track-able link to a contact form or sales page. This step varies on whether you sell a product online or if you are trying to get leads on the phone. If you are selling a product online, link to a specific product page that is highlighted in the post. Never link to your homepage. If you want information for a call, link to a landing page with a clear call to action and easy to use form. Then, use a tracking source like Bit.ly to keep track of how many people actually click your link. You will want this to cross reference your various campaigns to see which is doing best. Facebook ads manager does offer this tracking but we like to encourage as much tracking as possible.
  • Get your demographics right. When you go to boost a post, you need to think long and hard about whom is your target audience. Facebook ads manager offers intensive targeting so you can really hone in on the right group. If you have a few different demographics, run several ads in the same campaign for different demographics. Or try switching the demographics daily and over the course of the week see which gets the best result. Don’t forget to at least specify an age range and at least one interest.
  • Post your new picture and write a short concise status next to it. For example, if you posted a social media piece like the one above, we would write something like: “1 on 3 people use social media. Find out how your company can turn that statistic into leads. For more information visit this link (this is where you insert a trackable link).
  • Check in on your post regularly. Whether it’s several times a day or once a week, you need to nurture a boosted post throughout the ad life. Facebook ads are great because you can edit them continuously and really get all the details right.

Get Started With Facebook Ads Now!

Haven’t utilized Facebook ads before? There is no time like the present. At Admail West, our social media team has experience bringing in hundreds of leads per day with social media and Facebook ads. We do it every single day and we can do it for you. Contact us today to hear about our starter social media packages.

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Content Matters

So you decided to start your marketing campaign with asocial media presence. That’s great! You created a Facebook for your business. You already have 20 likes? That’s awesome! Maybe you also added a twitter account and a blog. So how do you keep attention on your profiles? With good content.

Content includes all the pictures, comments, blog posts, artwork, or music that you post online. The content quality is important. Nobody wants to read generic blog posts.And nobody will read boring blog posts that just list your companies name over and over in hopes of increasing said companies presence in search results. In fact, Google is aware of this tactic. Using it will result in your website being exiled to the frozen tundra that is the back pages of the search results.

So how do you fill the need for fresh content in a cost and time effective manner? The easy solution is pictures, as mentioned in the previous post.Pictures with brief captions can say more, more efficiently than a blog post that you probably didn't want to write in the first place. People respond well to pictures and they are easy.

But pictures aren't enough for most online profiles and websites. Sometimes written content is needed. If you need quality copy,blog articles, or emails written but you don’t have the time, hiring writers for your content is viable option. Admail West can help your business with any of these services and more. Find out more about us from our websitewww.admailwest.com or contact us through any option.

Getting Past Online Marketing Failures

Online marketing, even with trial and error, is an excellent way to gain newfound success. With older companies, the switch to online marketing requires strategy and time.  Frequently, a misstep can discourage companies from continuing online marketing. However, with expert help at setting realistic goals and a redefinition of progress, your company can succeed easier than you ever imagined. Online marketing is a great way to propel your company into the future and solidify the newer generation of consumers as your loyal clients.  What Admail West loves is that even an online marketing “failure” can be re-evaluated and turned into that thing that brings your next big success.

Online Marketing Failures Turned to Successes

Social Media Marketing

This occurs often in small businesses. An owner attempts a social mediamarketing which costs much more in time than the revenue it generates. While some business owners would quit here, we find this to be the best opportunity to step in. Failure is data, and data is a better understanding of your customers' behaviors. In marketing, there are no failures, there is only more information. Taking into consideration what does not work allows you to hone in on the science of what does. With the right understanding of your information, your social media will become a powerful tool. It doesn't matter than it hasn't worked in the past.

PPC Advertising Gone Stale

PPC ad campaigns that failed often turn business owners off of integrated marketing. However, behind every single PPC campaign is a wide variety of data that Google stores. That information allows experts to create a strategy for you that not only boosts PPC response, but also flows into all forms of your online marketing. You'll never see a lack of leads or low click rate as failure. See it as data for the best strategy for your next time around.

The Grass Is Greener

There is great opportunity in our failures. We just have to look clearly, looking back at them and investigating what went on will narrow down your strategy till it’s spot on. Our team at Admail West can help you analyze past online marketing and devise a plan for your next marketing campaign. In reality, knowledge is power. Every attempt is one step closer to success.

Contact us today for an online marketing audit. We can help!