Marketing Strategies

  • How can we help your business grow?

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    At Ignition Graphix we know that there is not a one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to marketing.

    We treat each of our customers uniquely. We also know that building a plan, sticking to it and applying the time and resources it needs is the common secret to success in marketing. We are familiar with trends and seasonal changes that are unique to our local economy. Having years of experience working in the economy of the Wasatch Back gives Ignition Graphix the advantage of knowing what to expect, who to work with and what has been effective in seasons past.

  • Your success = Our success

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    We like to invest in our clients. When you win we both win. Ignition Graphix can help you succeed in your marketing efforts. Here are some basic points that we use to help your company succeed:

    1) Cut through the muck. Knowing what not to do when it comes to marketing is as important as knowing what to do. There are a lot of quick-fix tactics out there that claim to increase traffic and guarantee results but let’s face it – one impulsive attempt at marketing is not a good long-term solution.
    2) Understand your customers. What makes them tick? What do they really want and value? What are they saying about you?
    3) Target. Everybody is not a target market! Targeting your marketing activities fairly and squarely at the people who need and want your service or product is going to create the highest quality results at the best possible price.
    4) Marketing is not advertising. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that running an ad in the local paper or building a website are the only two ways to attract more business. There are hundreds of ways, so it pays to consult with our professional team and come up with creative and fresh ways to market your business.
    5) Set goals. Marketing is a numbers game. A shotgun approach is not the best method. If it won’t directly or indirectly bring in new business that is measurable it has absolutely no point.