Abask believes that the first step to success when marketing your company is to build your brand. That means working towards recognition in the industry, with the eventual goal that when someone sees your logo, they know what it is that your company does, what it is your company promises and the way you are perceived, by clients, by partners and by the general public.
Abask can get you started on the right foot by creating the look and feel of your business, laying out the way your employees should represent the brand and creating recognition across the marketplace, through your logo and collateral, within the media, and across the web. We identify the key areas that will garner the most useful attention for your business and concentrate there, all the while tracking the overall perception within the industry.
When you want to be popular, Abask can make it happen.
Public Relations is possibly the most difficult aspect of your publicity outreach to define and track. PR should not be confined to press releases alone, but should also include reputation management, crisis analyses, market research options and media relationship management. Abask has nurtured relationships with local, national and industry media for fifteen years. We are relied upon for providing news from both entrepreneurial companies and Fortune 100 companies.
Abask can bring publicity to you. And provide you with the data to prove its worth.
Abask provides web design and development to clients.
“Our site had no tracking, links that went nowhere, and we were too embarassed to send anyone there. As a result, no one ever went there. So, we hired Abask to redo the whole thng in the hopes that more people would visit the site, and we might sell more properties. Abask dealt with everything for us from scratch: from dealing with hosting transfers, designing a better site, rewriting all of the descriptions, enhancing the photos, registering with all of the search engines and linking our site with our Facebook page. Now, we receive at least 10 legitimate requests for information through the site each week.”