Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How is Moore Marketing different?
A: Our approach is to build a program that will grow with your schedule and iterate with your brand over time. Your authentic community will grow with you and your product or service over time as we keep your community informed, entertained and educated.
Q: I don’t know where to start — can MMO help?
Yes, we can help you strategize and plan either a brand new site or refresh an existing one. We can work with your existing team or help you identify new resources, whichever works best for you.
A: Depending on where you are at in the growth of your business, it’s possible you do not need a website.
You will, however, need to be found and there are many ways to make that happen without a website.
Q: What is a social marketing audit?
A: An audit is a study of your existing marketing presence resulting in specific recommendations on how to enhance your program to drive sales and keep the visitor engaged and wanting more.
Q: I have a developer/designer, how can MMO help?
A: It’s often difficult to create and execute strategy, design and develop all from one source. While working with your existing team, MMO can help smooth the process by keeping a production schedule and determining a marketing strategy that builds over time making the process manageable for both you and the developer.
Q: Is it possible to buy MMO help by the hour?
A: Yes. Give us a call to see how we can save you time and money.
Q: How long does it take to make a site?
A: Depending on how well you have prepared your copy, a site can take anywhere from 4-12 weeks.
We recommend clients prepare their site in phases, which gives them an opportunity to see it evolve as an interactive experience and take a long-term look at refreshing content to keep the visitor coming back.
Q: Can MMO work with my designer or copywriter?
A: Yes, we can and like it too!
Q: How much does it cost to make a website?
A: Each site is custom made even if a template is used so pricing is based on the individual site’s content and functionality. Naturally, having a feature like e-commerce can add to the Phase I cost.
Q: What is the best way to get an estimate?
A: First, prepare as much content as possible, list the features you must have and the ones you’d like to have,
consider your budget, research similar sites and sites you enjoy visiting or find useful. Second, call us!
Q: Hey, what’s up with the pinwheel?
A: At age 10, my son created that origami and I just loved it. Now it’s come to creatively represent one of the many what I call “gears” of online marketing.