McCauley Services specializes in helping you, as a business owner, develop and maintain a profitable clientele through strategic marketing and public relations tactics. We take "Customer Relationship Management" to heart; and are passionate about maintaining our customer relationships- we begin by asking YOU questions, analyzing YOUR business and YOUR competition, identifying YOUR needs, and utilizing YOUR business’ advantages to maximize exposure so that your business doesn’t have to spend time and/or sacrifice service. Our success is solely determined by that of your company’s. Thus, we are devoted to producing results for YOU.
McCauley Marketing Services offers an extensive menu of services including : advertising, social media, graphic design, writing/copy writing, public relations, SEO, SEM, and customer relationship management. Our ability to skillfully adapt our marketing efforts to successfully complete a project, regardless of scope or industry, has kept McCauley Services in business for a decade. We’ve enjoyed serving many of our clients for a number of years and have watched them grow from promising start-ups to bustling businesses with exemplary reputations.
Results driven, McCauley Marketing Services thoroughly researches all of our clients (and their competitors) in creating fact-based marketing plans that work. Take a moment and browse our answers to your frequently asked marketing questions and the selection of past Articles and Public Relations campaigns to see how we truly do value the quality of our client’s reputations and the material we create to represent them.
Wondering what you can do to get more followers on Twitter—and keep them there? Full-service boutique marketing company McCauley Marketing Services provides easy tips and tricks to jumpstart your Twitter marketing for the upcoming spring season. Don’t over-promote. Your followers don’t only follow you to be informed of your services, but because they also want(…)
Online ratings and reviews can significantly influence a consumer’s decision to visit – or not visit – a business. Positive reviews can help businesses and allow business owners to see what’s working best for their clients, while negative reviews can do more harm than good, especially when you’re unsure of where it’s coming from or(…)
Volunteering is a great way to positively impact others, promoting convergence of the public and a more unified community to surround yourself with. Often, unpaid volunteers are the unseen hands that work to keep communities together. At McCauley Marketing Services, we advocate for community as an option for expanding your network while positively outreaching, making(…)
Just as many New Year dieters are cutting out unhealthy foods, some may soon be cutting phony ‘likes’ out of their social media menus. From celebrity fan pages to the U.S. State Department, many businesses have paid for likes from “click farms.” These organizations exist solely to like your statuses, pictures, and fan pages while(…)
Over the year, the McCauley Marketing Services team has stayed busy keeping up with all of the social media trends, technology innovations, updates with search engine optimization (SEO), and of course most importantly—our clients. We would like to take a moment to thank you all for your continued support as we begin a new year.(…)
Social media has become an integral tool for all types of businesses to leverage. Businesses can directly interact with their clients, showcase their services and products, see what competitors are offering, and share updates about the company itself. However, many of us have our own personal social media pages so company representatives must be extra(…)
Instead of letting your business coast during the holiday season, McCauley Marketing Services encourages businesses to take advantage of the bustle of potential customers in both physical and internet presences. Below, we provide tips for taking your business from “Baa-Humbug!” to a season of growth, joy, and gratitude as we head towards the New Year.(…)
Imagine: it’s 4 o’ clock in the afternoon and you receive an urgent request from one of your clients who is in need of a print advertisement. The kicker is that the ad deadline is tomorrow and you have less than 24 hours. In the fast-paced world of marketing, having last-minute deadlines is something that(…)