We focus on long-term success and partnerships.
SEO is not a marketing strategy, and we understand that.
Look around. There are countless agencies that offer SEO as a primary service. Some even do a great job at increasing your rankings and traffic. But is that enough?
At Wesfed, we understand the importance of having an ethical SEO campaign, but we also understand that SEO is just a piece of the overall marketing strategy, not the entire strategy.
- SEO 20%
- PPC 10%
- User Engagement 35%
- Email Marketing 15%
- Conversion Optimization 10%
Partnering with Wesfed ensures your company has the knowledge and tools to produce real results.
We use top-of-the-line software to manage your marketing campaigns
Our clients get the best of the best when they choose Wesfed to create and manage their online marketing campaigns.
Our consultants and marketing strategists are top-notch–some of the best in the industry.
We use industry-leading software to research, develop, monitor, and report online marketing campaigns for our clients.
Honesty through transparency
We watch our budget like a hawk and expect our clients to do the same thing. It’s part of being a smart business. We don’t expect our clients to carelessly throw their marketing dollars to the wind. With every recommendation we make, we back it up with data.
When you become a client of Wesfed, you will always know where your money is going and how it is affecting your ROI.
How much does marketing cost?
Our SMB marketing clients typically have a budget of $15k per year. How it’s spent is more important than how much is spent.
Speak to a marketing professional to see how much you should be spending, and how it should be divided.
Our team of designers, developers, and writers is hand-picked from across the United States.
Our team is 100% remote. We report to a virtual office and communicate in real-time.
By not limiting ourselves to a specific geographical location, we’re able to recruit the most talented individuals to work on your projects.
No scare tactics. No pressure. No obligations.
Contracts are good, don’t get us wrong. Commitment in marketing goes a long way toward success. However, we don’t pressure our clients to stay with us if we are failing to meet their expectations.