Business Plans, Digital Marketing & More

I actually tried out various services before happening upon DigiTargeting.com.

A lot of individual freelancers at very low prices promised everything from 1,000 hits per day to so many hundreds of followers. That was great, but I had a poor excuse for a website, no face in the online world. These people also wanted additional fees for each new service I needed, which added up to more money than I had to spend. Not to mention, they never quite delivered what they said they were going to; which is a no-no with me, completely frustrating beyond belief.

I run a craft business that is completely home based. I needed an online presence but had no idea how to start. I read several tutorials and watched tons of videos, and decided that the self-learning thing was not for me. However, one thing I managed to learn was that once you “go online”, you have to know how to market your business.

Naturally I researched marketing, very intensely, I might add. Instant headache, the more I read, the more I didn’t understand. I was literally banging my head against the keyboard. I needed a brand and a logo and tons of social media pages…it was too much.

Then I was referred by a friend in an online chat to check out DigiTargeting.com. I said, “well it couldn’t get any worse… ” and typed it in my search bar. I went there, liked what I saw, and contacted the company. They had lightning fast communication and they were so much nicer than those previous freelancer guys. I was even able to speak directly with the lead director, Daniel Abramov. He went through everything with me in a language I could understand. He never made me feel like less of a person just because I don’t know much about it all.

One thing I can tell you is that DigiTargeting was a god send to me and I don’t think I will ever be grateful enough for what they did. They set me up completely from A to Z and they didn’t charge me and arm and a leg for each individual thing. I am so glad I went with this company because they helped me realize that just because I am a small business owner with minimal computer knowledge, I can still be successful in the online spaces of the World Wide Web.

                                -Sandra Cowens