Warwickshire B2B Marketing Specialist Think Cloud Studio Releases Detail of a New Product and Service Aimed at SMEs with Tough Sales Targets

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The design and marketing studio Think Cloud announces plans to scale existing services to include outbound calls on behalf of existing clients and new clients seeking to grow their business and hit sales targets.

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The proliferation of social media platforms confuses and distracts B2B marketing and sales strategies.

The last 6 months has seen a steady growth for the design and marketing studio based in Warwickshire. An increase in demand for email marketing and new website designs has now led to a more integrated approach to services provided.

“Whilst we have always worked closely with our clients to ensure marketing campaigns are accountable, the task of measurement isn’t so easy when different services are provided by others. Taking on extra tasks ensures we can cover all inbound activity and monitor more accurately. Increasing awareness to products and services is one thing but a business needs confirmed orders and to know where they came from to make the business profitable. It’s our job to ensure our clients see where results are coming from,” says Marketing Director Andrew Maynes. Looking forward to further growth in 2014, Think Cloud Studio welcomes business owners who need to generate new business leads from measurable marketing.

Maynes goes on to explain how the proliferation of social media platforms confuses and distracts B2B marketing and sales strategies. Social media platforms help businesses to convey messages and to engage with prospects but measuring conversion is still very confusing for the average business owner. The new service launched and provided by Think Cloud Studio helps join up the dots of the multidiscipline approach to marketing.

For more details about the new integrated marketing and design services, contact Think Cloud Studio at their Warwickshire offices.

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