Different colors work for different needs. It’s the same with communication and marketing tools – the right mix depends on your goals.

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High Impact Marketing and Communication

Your next digital marketing and communication project can be a smashing success. You need a partner with a proven track-record of managing projects to ensure that they are on time, on budget, and – most importantly – on target to achieve goals.

So, whether you need a digital strategy,  website strategy or redesign, a social media plan, exceptional content, or other digital communication support, let’s talk. I can help you to define the components that add up to a successful project.

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  • Proven digital strategy process that will transform your online marketing and communication efforts into measureable successes
  • Development and redesign of websites, social communities, and other online communication strategies for businesses, associations, nonprofits, and more
  • Project management from project conception to completion and beyond
  • Content strategy, writing, and editing, especially for online formats
  • Strategic communication planning

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Communication in a Web Saturated World

Another client success story! Dr. Marie Gould Harper entrusted Kurtz Digital Strategy with the web presence for her emerging consulting business. This project was as much about planning for the future as it was about presenting an effective website today. See what we did for Metiers of Marie Gould  Harper.

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You have content, and it is probably pretty great, but how’s your distribution? Probably not so great. Even if you already have an audience and a channel or two that give you some traffic to your content, there is always another distribution channel you could use. And, you should. Far too businesses that engage in content… Read More

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Facebook has updated custom audience options for ads. To access the new options, open your Business Manager dashboard, select Audiences, and then the Create Audience tab. The new Engagement options are available under the  Custom Audience option. Previously, there were only four options in the Engagement tab. Now there are options for video, lead form, canvas, Facebook page, and Instagram.… Read More

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The only way to know if your time and effort on social media is worthwhile is to set goals and measure success. That’s easy to understand, but deciding what to measure to get meaningful insight can be a struggle. The effort is worthwhile. Metrics let you show the impact of your efforts, allocate resources, track… Read More

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I was recently interviewed by Robin Suomi, another business person here in Loudoun. She shared my thoughts at her blog. Just over a year into officially being in business as Kurtz Digital Strategy, it was a great time to reflect on the journey and share insights while they are fresh. 3 Tips for Starting Your… Read More

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More than 3.7 billion people use email. That makes email an even larger audience for marketing and communication efforts than Facebook, the king of all social channels. What’s more, the widespread adoption of smartphones means that email users are checking their messages more often than ever before. It’s a large, highly engaged audience. How People… Read More

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What Our Customers Think

If Jill has time for your project or can take you on as a client – grab her! You won’t find a more client service-oriented, talented, button-down, person to work collaboratively with you on website design, content, or a social media strategy. She’s deeply knowledgeable, very approachable, thoughtful, and always a pleasure to work with.

Jill is very easy to work with, and time & time again turned things around on a dime. She has been candid & frank about the best ways to do things and what not to do. And I really appreciate that.

The job was to put together a marketing and social media strategy and program. Jill put together a very complete plan with components that included not only traditional ones (print media, Facebook, etc.) but also some new ideas that we think will bear fruit in the coming years.

Jill’s brain thinks in methodical steps… something that can often be lacking in a creative agency that thinks in twelve different directions at once. Being able to have her “herd the cats” and write out a digital process to bring consistency to our execution has been invaluable.