Palm Beach Marketing 2009 Wrap Up

Dec 29, 2009

It has been quite a year for WebManna.  This year I joined Andrea working full time for the company.  We added several programmers to the team with a variety of talents.  The web made a dramatic social turn with Facebook and twitter exploding.  The economy went bust and marketing was not a priority for many businesses just trying to survive.

It is really quite terrifying and liberating to be entirely responsible for generating business.  Working for a corporation I could do great work and maybe even get a bonus for doing that great work.  Now I am competing with a million other marketing companies who deliver websites,  seo,  design and consultant services. I know for a fact that a majority of them are less qualified and a small percentage are more qualified.  I also know our pricing is more reasonable than most for better quality products than most marketing companies provide.  Often though, price wins out and I see very cool businesses and people get their marketing services from mediocre providers.

This was a very successful year despite all the challenges.  WebManna added quite a few new clients for all types of business.  We are really proud of the work we have done and the people we have worked with to grow their business and income.

For 2010 we would like to add 2 more corporate clients that need consistent collateral design and web services.  We would love to partner with 3 more clients on developing a membership based marketing strategy to create income from something they love.  And we would like to add 2 e-commerce clients who sell products they believe in.

If you know someone who could use our services we would be grateful if you passed along our contact information.  We are based in Palm Beach Florida and love marketing for local businesses.  We also have clients from Hawaii to Canada who rely on us for web, print and graphic design as well as web and traditional marketing.

We are thankful for the challenges and opportunities 2009 presented and we are fired up about the possibilities of 2010.