Here are some general questions we often get asked
What kind of businesses do you work with?
We work with all types of small to mid-sized businesses. From local shops to restaurants and bars. Industries vary but what all of these businesses have in common is the desire to get the most from their marketing activity.
How does working with you 'work'?
Glad you asked! We usually meet with you, either online or in-person and discuss your marketing needs whether that is general marketing or something specific like setting up your website, managing your social media channels, creating content schedules. We then go to our drawing board and we come up with a proposal and plan on how we can best work together. We then send you the plan and hopefully, you'll love it and we'll start working together.
How much does it cost?
We outline all our costs once we know what you are looking for. Costs for each service (eg. website creation, social media management, content creation) vary but we are clear and transparent about our pricing from the very beginning so you never have any unexpected costs.
How do we get in touch?
You can either 'Contact Us' using a form here on our website or send an email to us at hello(at)beyondmarketingmedia.com - we look forward to hearing from you.
Social Media or Online Marketing
Here are some questions we get asked about 'Social Media' or 'Online Marketing'
What is social media or online marketing?
Social Media marketing is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways for you to reach your audience of customers and potential customers. It allows you to build brand recognition, engage with customers and generate leads.
How do you help a business with their social media marketing?
We think it's important to have a social media strategy in place. We want to ensure that social media marketing helps your business but doesn't take over all your time. Once we identify the key elements we make sure that the strategy is achievable with the resources available. We know of lots of tools and tricks to help with this and we can manage the whole thing for you if that works best.
Why is social media marketing important for my business?
Social Media marketing is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways for you to reach your audience of customers and potential customers. It allows you to build brand recognition, engage with customers and generate leads. But being present on social media channels like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter isn't enough. You need to engage with your audience and that's where we can help - we can help you with content strategies, managing your social media content and even managing your channels completely allowing you to focus on your business.
Pay-per-click Advertising and SEO
Here are some questions we get asked about PPC advertising and SEO
What is Pay-per-click or PPC Advertising and SEO?
Pay-per-click advertising is an online advertising model used to drive traffic to websites, in which an advertiser pays a publisher (Google, Instagram, Facebook, Youtube) when the ad is clicked. When you run a search on Google for 'New shoes' and you see an ad pop up for a shoe shop that's PPC advertising. Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is the process of increasing the quality and quantity of website traffic by increasing the visibility of a website or a web page to users of a web search engine (eg. Google). This is linked to the content you have on your website and what keywords you are using throughout among other things. When you search for 'New shoes' and a website that sells shoes pops up that's SEO working and showing you the most relevant content to your search.
How can PPC and SEO help my business?
The primary objective of PPC advertising and SEO is to drive more and better traffic to your website, thus increasing brand visibility, leads, and sales.
Here are some questions we get asked about GDPR in online marketing.
How does GDPR impact online marketing?
When people first started talking about GDPR back in May 2018 people feared that it would be the end of many key elements of online marketing like newsletters. However, once the details became clearer it turned out that this was not the case. GDPR was introduced to help protect the consumer online. So overall that's a really good thing for everyone. You can still send your newsletter and contact potential customers without any problem, you just need to be aware of how you are collecting data and also how it's being stored. The details for how to do this are clearly outlined and we have been through several GDPR training courses to ensure we know exactly what you can and can't do.
What about the data that you process?