We Are A Creative Marketing Agency Located In Raleigh, NC. Conceived In Innovation, Forged In Technique, and Wired For What’s Next.
Our roots are deep, sincere and strong. What really matters to us is complete and honest transparency as we provide the very best products and services possible, with proper respect to your timeline and within your marketing budget. We place the highest value on developing and maintaining a relationship with you, our client. We provide highly-personalized marketing solutions, never canned content or cookie-cutter packages. Let us get your business soaring again!Read More
Once we design and build your website, you will need some help marketing and generating traffic in order to acquire new customers. Morris Marketing has proven traffic building techniques and methods to help your business become successful.Read More
Morris Marketing is a digital marketing agency that offers complete creative services for business. Whether it’s a business card, web design, print, photo or video, we offer you the most up-to-date designs and production.Read More
Developing your business brand is very important, especially when it comes to your website. Creative, ultra-functional and responsive website design is our hallmark. Morris Marketing takes the time to research your company and its audience to come up with the best solutions that give your users and potential customers an unparalleled experience.Read More
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Want more Holiday Customers for Your E-Commerce Website?
Quick SEO Tips and Tricks to get your site ranked higher for the Holidays! Welcome to Thanksgiving week! Black Friday and all the holiday shopping is right around the corner. Is your e-commerce website ready? Can your target customers find you easily using popular search engines like Google and Bing? The truth is, SEO (search engine optimization) is an ongoing project that can’t be accomplished in just a day or two. Usually, the rewards of optimizing your website can take weeks or months to earn a significant rise in rankings. However, here’s what you can do now to help your site rank just a little bit higher for holiday shoppers: Add new posts frequently. Add a post to your…Read More
Can You Boost Brand Penetration with Native Advertising?
Last week, we looked at the role Native Advertising plays in the ever-shifting marketing landscape. If you missed that blog, get in-the-know with “3 Reasons to Try Native Advertising“. We concluded that many businesses, both large and small, can benefit from trying native advertising on social media. But what is the connection between brand penetration and native advertising? Can trying native advertising give your brand a boost? The answer is definitely a “yes,” when the native ads are carefully crafted. A brand is a lot more than a logo. It represents who you are as a company, including your mission and your core values. For a primer in branding, check out my blog “Your Brand – Is It Time…Read More
3 Reasons to Try Native Advertising
Have you heard about native advertising? It’s fairly new, so chances are you haven’t heard this term before. But you have most likely experienced it online, within social media apps and news websites. Native ads are paid ads that look and feel like the typical content on the website or app. The ad is placed within a news feed and has the same form and function as the regular content. News media giants such as Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times strategically place native ads in their online content. You can find native ads (also called “in-feed ads”) in your news feeds on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, and Pinterest. If you are a new, local, or…Read More
Are You Succeeding at Mobile Marketing?
Why Go Mobile? Mobile internet devices are here to stay. As a small business owner, you must embrace mobile marketing or you will lose business. What consumers look up on their smartphones has a huge impact on their purchasing decisions. The statistics substantiate this: 73% of mobile device searches result in a follow-up action, such as a phone call, a visit, a share, or an order placed. 50% of people report looking something up on their smartphones en route to a store. 60% of people report using their smartphones in a store. 39% of people who walked out of a store without purchasing reported being influenced by something they saw on their smartphone. 48% of people who visited a website…Read More