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So, what is digital marketing and why should you use it?

It basically means using digital technology to let people know about your business.

Websites, social media, internet search ads, email — all of these are forms of digital marketing. And they’re not just for technology or e-commerce companies.

The construction industry has been around for thousands of years. The market is saturated and competition is fierce. It’s more important than ever to stand out from the crowd so people hear your message.

It all starts with your website.

Your website is the front door for your business. It signals “who you are” to visitors — and potential clients. And for many, it’s their first impression.

So, shouldn’t your website look professional and helpful? Shouldn’t it look like your company cares about its reputation and message?

Artisan Digital can help.

I was a construction project manager and estimator for 14 years. Construction is my first love.

Over the years I noticed a gap in the market. Most digital agencies are agencies first — and the markets and customers they serve are secondary. But, the construction industry is unique and complicated. I saw a need for construction people to help other construction people with their online presence.

So here we are — Artisan Digital.

Website Design & Development

We build turnkey websites in WordPress. It can be a completely new site or an upgrade to your old site.

Copywriting & Content

We write website copy, email marketing campaigns, project proposals, newsletters, blog articles, etc.

Digital Marketing Solutions

We’ll create, implement and manage your email marketing or social media marketing campaigns.

Website Hosting & Maintenance

We host your website, make updates and take care of the routine maintenance. All for a flat monthly rate.

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