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Category: Marketing | Print Media | PR
- City: Los Angeles
- State / Province: California
- Country: United States
- Zip/Postal Code: 90017
- Company Name: Pink Shark Marketing
- Contact Person: Michael Preston
- Work Phone: (888) 523-9085
- Address: 811 W 7th St, 12th Fl, Los Angeles, CA 90017
- Website: https://pinksharkmarketing.com/
About | Description:
Pink Shark Marketing specializes mainly in online marketing services for businesses in majority of industries. Whether you are looking to brand your business or increase the reach, Pink Shark Marketing will help you achieve your goals. From local companies, to worldwide ecommerce businesses, Pink Shark will help grow your business on the internet. Marketing Services – Web Design and Development – Animated Commercials and Videos – Full Length Commercial Production – Branding – Social Media Management – Social Media Advertising – Digital Advertising – Copywriting – Blogging – Press Releases – Adwords (Pay Per Click PPC) – Email Marketing – Local SEO Company – Search Engine Optimization (SEO) – Business Cards – Logo Design
Established in 2013 - Pink Shark Marketing was built on the basis of integrity and transparency with clients. In an industry full of empty promises, Pink Shark has set out to redefine digital marketing with results driven success.
Education & Training
Michael Preston built Pink Shark Marketing on the foundation of caring for the client. His goal for starting Pink Shark Marketing, has been achieving great results for clients, as well as teaching how the digital space can grow businesses globally.
"I know that we will make the internet a better place for both business owners and their customers"
The vision that Michael has for Pink Shark is to reshape the way that advertising is shown traditionally, by using technology to adapt a message to the right audience at the right time.
"It's no longer about pushing generic advertisements to one giant group of people. We have to know our audience, wear their shoes, eat what they eat, and know how they want to be informed. Products and services don't look exactly the same to each person, so why should their advertisements?"
Michael insists that companies dig deeper and understand their audience.