Attention Spans are Short
Here at Wild Country Studios we spend more time researching our industry, our culture and our competition to keep up with all the latest conversations, technology, marketing techniques and trends, than we do designing. Why? Because it’s what our clients need us to know.
And it’s what we will do for you.
We thrive on learning our clients businesses. We are genuinely interested in what our clients do, what their culture is and how we can help them succeed. We have built long-term relationships with our clients in the past 12 years and are proud to be a part of helping their businesses grow.
Contact us today and we will be glad to meet with you in person or speak over the phone. When you hire us, you will get a detailed proposal, based on our conversation, laid out with various avenues and opportunities designed to get your business off the ground and into the fast lane.
PEOPLE DON’T WANT TO BE “SOLD”. In today’s world, with all the technology that keeps us from actually coming face to face with each other, buyers want a relationship with you. They want to know you will do what you say, deliver what they ask for and be there to answer their questions.
As Ardath Albee, author of EMARKETING STRATEGIES FOR THE COMPLEX SALE, states; “By publishing content that shows buyers you understand their problems and can show them how to solve them, you build credibility.”
According to the Content Marketing Institute,
“Content marketing’s purpose is to attract and retain customers by consistently creating and curating relevant and valuable content with the intention of changing or enhancing consumer behavior.”
BE AUTHENTIC, PERSONAL AND A GOOD LISTENER
Remember there is a real person on the other end of the line. Put yourself in their shoes. People don’t want computer voices on the phone, or rehearsed answers to problems. They want real people with real concern.
Think long-term. In less than a minute you can either create long-term loyalty or alienate a possible buyer.
Social Media is all about the relationship. Embrace it and reach out to your audience. Ask them about their experience with your product. If you are doing what you should as a business, you should never fear their answer. And even if their answer isn’t the one you wanted, the feedback is priceless. Be passionate about your business or product and the market you are wanting to win. Learn the culture and respond to it’s need.