Brand & Marketing Evaluation

Last updated on March 21, 2019

Brand & Marketing Evaluation

Marketing Evaluation & Brand Strategy

Think about your company’s image. Do you have a great logo? Clear sales materials? An easy-to-use, attractive website and social media pages? Do all these elements work together to create a consistent brand? What are you doing for leads and marketing your business?

For small businesses, quality branding is everything. Keeping a consistent look across the board makes you look professional and reliable. Even the best marketing strategies won’t work if your materials are mismatched, outdated, or confusing. Most small business owners don’t have the time – or the resources – to look objectively at their branding and give it a makeover. We will also evaluate your marketing strategy to find things that are working and things that are not working.

For a limited time, you can have a design & marketing expert evaluate your image, materials, and strategy. We want to help your small business grow, so we’ll give you an overview of areas you could improve. This Marketing evaluation is a $200 value* – completely free of charge.

Bring everything you’ve used for your business in the past 12 months:

  • Business Cards
  • Stationery
  • Booklets
  • Brochures
  • Flyers
  • Folders
  • Packaging
  • Apparel
  • Advertisements (newspaper, magazine, or direct mail)
  • Signage (take a picture!)
  • Social Media Pages
  • Website

*We will meet with you in person if you are within our immediate area or will conduct a meeting over the phone and through email.

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Jennifer Ray
Jennifer Ray is the creative director and founder of Redwood. She is an expert at custom web design, WordPress development, digital marketing, UX design, local SEO, branding & graphic design. With 20 years of experience, Jennifer brings an unmatched level of expertise to her clients in the Raleigh & Wake Forest area.

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