The Magnify team specializes in the design, implementation, and measurement of online strategies.
We give our clients the tools to engage in authentic two-way conversations with their customers.
Conversations that build visibility, credibility, and profitability.

In the sea of choices, how can businesses ensure their
content bubbles to the surface?

Magnify has spent the better part of a decade figuring out just that.

First, we start with a rigorous assessment to find out where and how your target audiences are gathering on the web, whether online advertising might fit, how your product, program or service is positioned for success in the virtual world, and how your competitors are wowing or wobbling in their online outreach. The AHA! moments revealed in the assessment inform a laser focused online strategy designed to deliver measurable results. Social media, online advertising, email, newsletters, SEO, SEM, mobile marketing, and other tools are matched to your objectives and resources.
No one-size fits all strategies here.

Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of helping search engines discover what your website is about.  SEO is important because it helps a website be seen and found in search engine results.Resultado de imagen para google seo

Reading the recent guidelines set forth by a professional SEO company in Perth, check out Search Consulting will teach you that seo can be a complex process that involves continued refinements over time, often by SEO professionals.  However, there are some simple steps anyone can take to get a website off on the right…er… foot.

Travel and Tourism

The first destination for most travellers is the Internet. Strategically positioning your offering so guests can find you is job number one for operators, large and small.

Film. Television. Web Series.

Whether your show is DIY, branded, or bound for broadcast, a discoverability strategy to drive audience engagement is no longer an option. It's a necessity.

Make sure your content rises to the top.

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“Because somebody grows up being a social media native, it doesn’t make them an expert in using social media at work. That’s like saying, I grew up with a fax machine, so that makes me an expert in business.”

— William Ward, Professor of Social Media at Syracuse University