Trinity Web Media partners with Marketing Press – will provide digital content services and consultation for small and mid-sized companies and individuals.
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Trinity Web Media has officially opened its doors and as announced earlier this month at WordCamp Sacramento – will team up with Marketing Press to provide forward-thinking services related to SEO, website, social media, content marketing and other forms of digital media.
“Marketing Press is excited about backing Trinity Web Media. Trinity fills a huge void in a market where small businesses need to be heard,” said Greg Taylor, founder of Marketing Press.
“Our main goal is to provide services to small and mid-size companies who need direction when creating their content marketing and digital strategies,” said Trinity Co-Founder Kevin Eberle. “In today’s business environment, it is important for businesses to set themselves apart from their competition and one of the biggest ways of doing that is understanding your message and clearly communicating it through the digital channels.”
Trinity’s approach to content marketing comes from over ten years of experience in various industries including social media, website curation, advertising and visual media. Its founders collected a vast knowledge of digital strategy in these and other fields over the course of their careers and decided to form their own company in order to offer services typically reserved for big budgets to the smaller business community.
“We want to show business leaders that they can create a digital footprint by focusing on key aspects of their business, brand and messaging,” said Jenna Rebetje, Trinity’s other co-founder. “Featuring engaging content on your website while promoting it on social media provides the ability to communicate with the largest audience possible. We help our clients nurture these open channels of engagement with visitors and followers, creating opportunities to do business and grow a solid customer base while remaining visible to new, prospective customers.”