Create, develop and execute a communications campaign for a new brand
Develop a digital strategy based on the client's overall marketing objectives. Execute the strategy on a monthly basis analysing results in order to continuously optimise the campaigns.
Branding,Web Development,Social Media Management,Marketing Strategy,Public Relations,Email Marketing,Copywriting,Content Marketing
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Celebrante is an Australian celebrant directory which makes money from celebrants when users make an enquiry with them through the Celebrante website.
The business model is simple, generate enquiries through the website at less than it costs in marketing to generate the enquiry.
The previous owner was forced to sell the website after rising Google AdWords costs had made the website no longer profitable.
Lance Tapsell, a long-time celebrant and customer of the site decided to purchase it and try to get it profitable again.
By engaging Pathfinder, the business was able to dramatically reduce its cost per lead and ensure profitability for the business and its future.
Factor was looking to efficiently scale and continue aggressive growth in order to be acquired.
GetAgent is a UK-based real estate agent comparison website that uses data to showcase the best performing real estate agents in every local area. They generate revenue by charging for introduced home sellers to the estate agents.
We were driving a lot of traffic to our pages but only a low double digit percentage of traffic were converting into leads. Given our acquisition strategy of pursuing a target audience in high intent channels, we knew we could perform better.
Summergrove Halls are a hotel and restaurant based in Cumbria. They had used various other channels in the past to try and drive growth of both room and restaurant bookings but found all were unsuccessful. Summergrove Halls' challenge was their location, whilst adjacent to the Lake District was too far to be a viable selling point and the hotel was functional rather than boutique or luxury. They had a niche audience of walkers, people working on nearby projects and people visiting the nearby hospital.