– “to believe that somebody is good, honest, sincere, etc. and that they will do what you expect of them or do the right thing; to believe that something is true or correct”. This is what the Oxford Dictionary defines as the true definition of the word. We ask our clients to “trust” us with their marketing needs. And we don’t only mean trust us with their marketing but also to trust us to have their best interests at heart. From their digital marketing campaigns to their corporate identity and even their reputation. We firmly believe that marketing is not just marketing and that branding as well as client interaction are the keys to successful marketing. Based on these principles we declare that we will endeavour to not only tell people what our clients do and what they sell but to instill a sense of confidence in us and in themselves to achieve the results they are aiming for.
Maybe you think that this is too good to be true? Well, our definition of the word “trust” includes the word “faith”. We really want to be trusted and in order to trust something that someone is offering in the future, requires faith. The bible definition of the word “faith” is this – “the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” Hebrews 11: 1
We have old-school beliefs about business that we apply to all our client’s marketing campaigns and we treat our clients as if they were our own companies wanting them to grow and succeed, just like a parent would want for their child. All we ask is for a smidge of faith and to be trusted with what’s important to our clients.