Marketing is vital to any company, whether you are starting out or well
established. But rather than standing in the
rain and shouting to the world about your great product or service, its
important to target your marketing energies and budget towards the people
who are going to listen and buy your product or service.
Jason Borthwick of
Earthly Ideas has over 18 years of experience in marketing and website design,
which means we
can provide you with some really innovative marketing ideas to move your business
on. He's managed marketing for companies with a diverse range of
budgets from unlimited to almost non existent.
The key to any marketing is understanding who you are
marketing to, being creative with your ideas and having a plan across all
your activities, so that all your marketing activities compliment each
must include the internet and covers all the following aspects and more:
We have a diverse range of contacts and can help develop a
marketing strategy or plan for your business using both the traditional and
more unconventional channels.
Get in touch and we can provide you with a tailor made
marketing programme and website. Why not contact us to have a
chat about your marketing needs.
Some examples of marketing that Earthly Ideas has managed are
below. For website examples please see Websites.
Brancaster Staithe & Burnham Deepdale
We produce this leaflet annually, in conjunction with the
village website, to promote this wonderful pair of villages on the
beautiful North Norfolk Coast. 20,000 leaflets are
distributed each year.
Alternative marketing often works best. We produced these beermats for bars in London backpackers
hostels. There was a set of 5 and if people found all 5,
which gave them the answers, they could go online and win prizes.
Deepdale Christmas Market
Jason both organises and markets this major North Norfolk
Coast event. In 2012 we welcomed around 10,000 people to
Dalegate Market. The event expands the season and brings in
Deepdale Outdoor & Wildlife Festival
Jason also organises and markets this new event. In its
first year (2013), the event welcomed around 2,500 people.
Again this event is about expanding the season and bringing in new