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Welcome to infinity Marketing Group

Marketing and advertising your business can be time consuming and tricky. You need someone who has the training, desire and expertise to properly build your brand and keep you in the public eye.

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Services We Offer_

Google Grants Management

Google Grants gives 501(c)3’s $10k/month in Google Adwords money. Add $120k/year to your marketing budget today!

SEO

SEO is an essential service to optimize your rankings on search engines. Let us help you show up on page 1!

 

Digital Advertising

Digital marketing is excellent for creating and building branding, awareness, cost per action, increasing click through to your website, and converting leads to sales

Websites

We offer full service website and landing page creation. Let us modernize your brand!

LinkedIn Marketing

Turn your LinkedIn profile into a lead generating machine!

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Mobile Apps

Need an app? There’s a company for that! (Us!)

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Social Media Management

Infinity Marketing Group is ready to take your brand to the next level with our social media expertise.

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Who We Help_

“Infinity Marketing has been able to strategically grow the presence…”

“Infinity Marketing has been able to strategically grow the presence of the American Diabetes Association – Los Angeles on LinkedIn. This new presence has been an asset to spreading our mission to prevent and cure diabetes and to connecting our cause to the leadership of major companies and organization. They have been very helpful, flexible and professional and we look forward to our continued relationship.”

– Jennifer Campbell
Exec Dir, ADA LA

“I have had the pleasure to work with Infinity Marketing…”

“I have had the pleasure to work with the team members at Infinity Marketing for 12 months. If you’re looking for a firm that exhibits professionalism, quick turn-around, and a salient skill-set to match – this is your company.”

– Matt Morrison Shop Squawk

“You have always been there to answer questions…”

“I have worked with worked with several other people trying to maximize the impact of our Google Grant and you have been by far the most knowledgeable AND easiest to work with. You have always been there to answer questions in a timely fashion, give explanations that make sense and offer great suggestions as our needs changed. I highly recommend other nonprofit organizations taking the time to speak with you and learn how they can increase traffic to their website or blog.”

– Susan DeRemer Discovery Eye Foundation

“The results over the two weeks we used the Linkedin program was so overwhelming…”

“The results over the two weeks we used the Linkedin program was so overwhelming, we had to rethink our capacity to take advantage of all the activity! It was amazing!”

– Ryan Taylor LEAP

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Thoughts From Our Creative Minds_

What the Marketing Department of the Future Looks Like

Marketing’s core mission is to connect with key customers where they are and deliver targeted messages about products and services that are relevant, timely and compelling. However, as technology advances and customers are browsing the web, interacting on social media, viewing videos on small screens and relying on technology to enhance their lives, marketing needs to be there, too. For most mid- and small-sized businesses, staying current and relevant in an industry is enough of a challenge. Responding to additional changes in marketing can overwhelm even the most tightly run organizations. It’s time to borrow a concept from IT and use Managed Marketing as a Service (MMaaS) to stay agile and adapt to the latest marketing trends.

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New Chapter, Why I Joined Infinity Marketing Group

Traditionally, the corporate world is structured, safe and comfortable. Consistent paycheck, benefits, stock options, with perks like baseball tickets, half day summer Fridays and paid vacation. The tradeoff is corporate life can be very restrictive and limiting — which is stifling for someone in a creative field like marketing.

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Marketing Automation or Die

As the saying goes, “work harder not smarter.”

Wait, that’s not correct is it?

It’s “work smarter, not harder.”

How can you do this while still looking like you are giving social media channels attention and by showing you are an active contributor?

You automate!!! But you don’t just automate. You need to automate in a way that makes it look like you are still a person and not a robot. So, yes some attention to it still exists. Personally, I have cut my daily clocked time on social media down from 2-3 hours to 15-30 min. As a side note, most of the 15-30 minutes is following up with potential clients. Not a bad way to spend 15-30 minutes, correct?

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Thoughts From Our Creative Minds _

  • future of marketing
    What the Marketing Department of the Future Looks Like

    Marketing’s core mission is to connect with key customers where they are and deliver targeted messages about products and services that are relevant, timely and compelling. However, as technology advances and customers are browsing the web, interacting on social media, viewing videos on small screens and relying on technology to enhance their lives, marketing needs to be there, too. For most mid- and small-sized businesses, staying current and relevant in an industry is enough of a challenge. Responding to additional changes in marketing can overwhelm even the most tightly run organizations. It’s time to borrow a concept from IT and use Managed Marketing as a Service (MMaaS) to stay agile and adapt to the latest marketing trends.

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  • Entrepreneur Marketing Leadership
    New Chapter, Why I Joined Infinity Marketing Group

    Traditionally, the corporate world is structured, safe and comfortable. Consistent paycheck, benefits, stock options, with perks like baseball tickets, half day summer Fridays and paid vacation. The tradeoff is corporate life can be very restrictive and limiting — which is stifling for someone in a creative field like marketing.

    Read More
  • marketing automation noose
    Marketing Automation or Die

    As the saying goes, “work harder not smarter.”

    Wait, that’s not correct is it?

    It’s “work smarter, not harder.”

    How can you do this while still looking like you are giving social media channels attention and by showing you are an active contributor?

    You automate!!! But you don’t just automate. You need to automate in a way that makes it look like you are still a person and not a robot. So, yes some attention to it still exists. Personally, I have cut my daily clocked time on social media down from 2-3 hours to 15-30 min. As a side note, most of the 15-30 minutes is following up with potential clients. Not a bad way to spend 15-30 minutes, correct?

    Read More