In today’s marketplace, traditional marketing cannot accomplish what it did 20 years ago.  A marketing plan is needed that encompasses the strategies and specific steps needed to reach a particular goal. With the multiple marketing platforms now available, a business owner can get lost in the field of possibilities.

The reality is that creating a marketing strategy isn’t something you want to speculate on. For instance, you likely wouldn’t take a vacation without having a plan and knowing where you are going. Likewise, to have a marketing initiative that works we will need to address the following:

  • Develop clear objectives – what do you want to achieve?
  • Identify your target users – who do you want to reach?
  • Curate suitable content – what content will engage them?
  • Decide which social networks to use – where is your target audience?
  • Build an audience – how will you stimulate interaction and activity?

If you’re a small business owner, you might be thinking “how can I afford a digital campaign on Google?” Truth is, you can set the amount you want to spend on a daily basis. You can spend as little as $5 per day or as much as your budget allows and we’ll take care of it from there.

We will find where your customers spend time online and target their interests and searches with display and search ad campaigns.

It’s all about the ROI (return on investment) and we will report on every customer’s journey from click to conversion. If you’re spending money on digital marketing, your strategy should be guided by data. Matrex Media implements reporting that tracks and analyzes each campaign to discover what works best for your business.


Do I need to sign a contract to continue to use you?
We can work from a single purchase order or an annual contract. You do not have to sign a long term contract.

Are there any sort of required monthly fees?
There are no monthly fees associated with our partnership. You are only billed when you use our services or buy media from us.

Ready to get started and give your business the online recognition it deserves?