Are you ready to work with a fellow woman entrepreneur who is truly dedicated to your success?
It’s hard when you’re a niche small business-owner. You need to spend your time perfecting the quality of your product and your level of personal service. Your time is limited because you’re CEO of not only your business but your family and your personal life.
You don’t have time to waste on a partner that doesn’t deliver. But how do you know who to trust?
Our answer: Look for someone you share values with. And let those shared values lead the way.
Amiable Interactive is a woman-owned business built on a combination of deep online technical expertise and a deep desire to see innovative woman-owned small businesses survive and thrive in the growing corporate environment.
We won’t mess with your stuff, because we actually care.
We deliver online marketing strategies and campaigns designed to meet your real business objectives, scaled to fit your budget, and delivered with full visibility against measurable goals.
SEO? PPC? ABC?
Search engine marketing and online advertising has its share of horror stories and sharks.
SEO, in particular, hasn’t built a good reputation with “guaranteed first page results” from mystery companies and “submission to 10,000 search engines”. Sometimes, it seems, technology is about exclusion and trickery. Some firms use the veil of technical expertise to hide the truth from their clients.
But that stops here.
When you work with Amiable Interactive we get to know you and your business — and create an online marketing solution that keeps you in control while freeing you and your staff to focus on quality and service.
- Campaigns that reflect the real value of your brand. …I hope you’re not selling get rich quick schemes or marketing high-pressure impulse buys to children, because if you are, we won’t work with you! If you’re not, we’ll make sure you don’t come across like that kind of business in your marketing.
- Insider advantages. Keywords, ad copy and design by a company that knows the meaning of the term “positive discipline”, the difference between BPA and pthalates, wraps a mean FWCC, and can find the AI2 in a pile of AIO’s. (Oh and that front-wrap cross maestro? He’s a guy.) ***
- Marketing Know-How. Whether you’ve already designed your KPI’s and your positioning strategy, haven’t thought about it, or have it tucked away safely in your mind’s intricate filing system, we can help you to make sure your strategy gets down on paper and starts driving your marketing.
We don’t run campaigns to spend money at Amiable. We run them to produce results.
Whether it’s SEO, paid search or display advertising, we’ll provide complete visibility into what’s working and what’s not.
And then we’ll do more.
At Amiable Interactive we go beyond standard industry metrics that hide management costs, over-valuing and distorting results. Our Total Transparency™ reports will give you the complete picture that you need to decide what to increase, what to fix, and what to stop. We won’t hide our fees from ROI calculations, and we won’t increase your costs just to make more money.
There’s only one thing we can’t promise you…
There may be acronyms. After all, we can’t be tech heads without them!
Contact Us for a Free Assessment now.
In less than an hour of your time you’ll find out how we can bring you the traffic, the leads, and the sales that bring your internet marketing strategy to life.
*** Natural Health & Parenting Glossary:
Positive Discipline: A method of disciplining children that focuses on natural consequences and empowered choices rather than punishment or shame.
BPA and pthalates: Both harmful to human health, pthalates are a type of chemical used in fragrances and in poly-vinyl chloride (PVC), a ubiquitous material in children’s toys, household products and building materials. PVC is a major contributor to indoor air pollution, but hasn’t gotten nearly as much press as BPA, found notoriously in baby bottles and the linings of canned goods. A major victory was won recently in California, which banned the use of BPA in baby bottles. For more information, see SafeMama”s excellent guides.
FWCC: Front-wrap cross carry, a method of wrapping a long piece of fabric to carry a baby close to the body, as has been done by traditional cultures for milennia. The rise of the internet has spawned a host of acronyms to describe the many methods of “babywearing” which is described in depth on sites like TheBabyWearer.com.
AIO/AI2: Abbreviations for “All in One” and “All in Two”, styles of cloth diapers.