“The goal of forecasting is not to predict the future, but to tell you what you need to know to take meaningful action in the present.”
– Paul Saffo
We make sense of the many marketing opportunities available to small businesses.
If you’re a small business owner, chances are you’ve tried a few different marketing strategies. Maybe you looked into email marketing… Perhaps you attempted to run ads on Google… Or, you could have also looked into an SEO company to help you get more “free” clicks.
So, what happened? What went wrong?
My prediction is that whoever you called, or whatever service you looked into, that salesperson did what you asked – and it cost you lots of money without the results you needed.
The problem is this – that particular strategy may not have been best for your business. All marketing techniques work. They all help some businesses. But not all of them help your business.
You need an advisor.
That’s where we come in. We ask questions and look at your entire business. We don’t sell anything. We advise you on what we think will work best for you based on where you are, your competitors and your unique situation. And if you want to pursue any of those suggestions, we let you do it yourself or we can help you if you prefer.
The difference is this:
Everything we do is in your best interest.
Leanne Arnold, Founder
Having been in business for myself for over two decades, chances are I’ve been where you are – whether it’s in the growth phase or in the dumps. I started Forecast Marketing & Design over 25 years ago. My husband and I also co-founded and run a full service sign shop, Custom Vinyl Graphics. Together we’ve experienced all the highs and lows of being self-employed.
More often than not, small businesses are started by people who are amazing at what they do – plumbers, accountants, realtors, bakers – but that doesn’t mean you’re amazing at running a business or creating a marketing plan.
You’re good at what you do.
Let me do what I’m good at doing.
How We Can Help
Landing Page A/B Testing
Sales & Customer Support
The trees that are slow to grow, bear the best fruit.
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