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eMagic launches a Digital Marketing Agency

“eMagic launches a New Zealand Full Service Digital Marketing Agency”


Summary: In an effort to help businesses meet the demand for online visibility and marketing, an Auckland-based SEO company has opened a one-stop shop for digital marketing.

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eMagic launches a New Zealand Full Service Digital Marketing Agency

Company representatives with eMagic today announced the official launch of its New Zealand full service digital marketing agency.

“We began simply as an SEO company, but have now evolved into an all-in-one online marketing agency as the demand has grown for a company that can offer it all,” said eMagic Director Cameron Whitaker.

Whitaker explained that its full service internet marketing packages and solutions include search engine optimisation, Google AdWords, conversion rate optimisation, online reputation management, local SEO, press releases and social media marketing.

The launching of the full service online marketing agency could prove to have perfect timing.

According to a recent study conducted by Forrester Research, by 2016, more than half of the dollars spent in US will be influenced by the web.

In addition, the study indicated that commerce is increasingly shifting online and suggested that businesses should have a method to easily sell their product or service online.

“With Google’s constant algorithm updates and changes a more holistic approach to online marketing has become essential to achieving sustainable, long term results,” Whitaker noted, before adding. “That’s where eMagic comes in.”

The company director went on to point out that companies who don’t adapt and evolve won’t survive.

In fact, according to Experian and an eDigital Research report, more than 64 percent of smartphone owners are using their mobile devices to shop online and 91 percent of online adults use social media regularly.

As to what makes eMagic different from all of the other marketing agencies, Whitaker stressed the fact that it’s a full service internet marketing company.

“This means customers no longer have to deal with multiple agencies, making it not only less of a management nightmare, but also much more cost effective for them,” Whitaker said. We provide a wider range of services. We have a much deeper understanding of the industry and a higher level of expertise than a company who simply focuses on one area of online marketing.”

He added that eMagic is able to provide the best custom solutions to its clients based on their needs and goals while not limiting them on their options.

In fact, one eMagic customer, Hans Weichselbaum, described its services as one of the best on the market today.

“eMagic exceeded all our expectations. Their SEO work was absolutely instrumental in ensuring the success of our business online,” Weichselbaum said. “My company has had a very noticeable positive growth in organic traffic and rankings and we continue to see a growth in sales.”

As to why anyone else should give eMagic a try, Whitaker said “We have a 30 day money back guarantee. If our clients are not happy with our service for any reason after 30 days we will refund their total investment no questions asked. We also don’t lock anyone into contracts so they are free to stop their program at any time.”

For more information, please visit: http://www.emagic.co.nz/

About eMagic

eMagic is an all-in-one online marketing agency based in Auckland, New Zealand who help businesses of all shapes and sizes succeed online by skyrocketing their web visibility to attract more customers.

eMagic specialises in helping both local and multi-national companies and organisations. It offers a variety of packages and a service that suits both a small businesses on a tight budget and large companies who want to promote and increase their brand visibility online.

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