What’s up with all the baseball and who in the world is Henry?

We love baseball.  We coach baseball.  We love the Cincinnati Reds.  We think baseball translates well to business and life.  Everything begins and ends at home.  And like the 1969 Miracle Mets, “You gotta believe!” People who love the game love the statistics of the game.  There’s a huge difference between a .300 hitter and a .250 hitter, while that only means 30 more hits over the course of a season, it’s the difference between being a virtual unknown big leaguer to being in the hall of fame.  There’s a phrase often used around little league baseball, “$400 bat, $10 swing.”  You can definitely pay 40 times your return for your marketing.

 

We like to see things the other way, a significant return for your marketing dollar.

Henry and Clarke

People often ask the question, I called and asked for Henry and got Steve, who’s Henry?  The inspiration for the company name, our first two children, Henry (Hank) and Clarke.  True, it’s easy to be inspired by your children, and it’s a consistent reminder of what is important to us, our family, our families.  A big part of why we like working with visionary family owned small business, they are a lot like us, they experience similar things: victory – challenges – defeats – transformations.

 

OK, while their hourly rate would be great, we’re not big fans of child labor.

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Our Marketing Team

  • Branding 85% 85%
  • SEO (Search Engine Optimization) 95% 95%
  • Email Marketing 90% 90%
  • WordPress Website Design 95% 95%
  • Buggy Whip Optimization 77% 77%
  • Social Media 85% 85%
  • Google Analytics and Analysis 95% 95%
  • Pay-per-Click Advertising 90% 90%
  • eCommerce 85% 85%
Steve Neace

Steve Neace

Founder

Steve speaks the language of the small business owner and is an (inactive) CPA.
Consultants

Consultants

They all look like this

We use outside consultants only when necessary, and only when they will bring true value to your project.

We prefer words like profit, return on investment and sales.

If we ever use the word Funnel, it will be because we are adding oil to our car.  We may wear running shoes to meetings.  We care about what you do and what you think.