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outside of brochure for farm equipment supplier

Reigniting Communication: A Brand Story Brochure

Horning Manufacturing is a producer of innovative silage processing equipment. It started back in the fall of 1997 when Leon Horning Sr. designed and created a set of kernel processing rolls in his Pennsylvania farm shop for his pull-type forage chopper.

With the news of Leon’s success, fellow dairymen were soon lining up asking him to make rolls for their choppers. Since then, Horning MFG has continued to innovate forage equipment and processes, with products continuously improving and their market expanding overseas.

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finished catalogs for plant nursery

Complicated Catalogs Made Easy

Producing a catalog with lots of detail and repeated content? Are your people tired of entering reams of data manually every year? Then you’ll be interested in learning how we revolutionized Mountain Spring Nursery’s catalog production process through catalog automation.

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Searching for a gold mine

Customer Marketing: Why and How?

You as a business person are always on the lookout for opportunities. The ability to spot and seize them is a hallmark of a successful entrepreneur.

What if I told you that you might be overlooking an opportunity right on your doorstep? It’s a little like searching the world for a gold mine and coming home to find one six inches under your garden.

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A Video Refresh [Case Study]

They say you’ve got to see it to believe it. This old adage contains an element of truth when working to win new customers. People not only want to see your product, but sometimes they also want a glimpse of the process that created it.

Cozy Cabins, a company that builds custom modular log cabins, understands this fact and uses videos to spread the word, attract new customers, and showcase their work. They have featured videos of home installation on their website for years. However, their videos were becoming outdated and didn’t feature the newest cabin models.

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Dealer Day Discussions

Host a Successful Dealer Event

When Windy Valley Woodworks has their annual Dealer Appreciation Day, their goal is to make it enjoyable and productive. One of Windy Valley’s lines of furniture is Finch. Each year, Windy Valley invites Finch dealers to their shop for a convenient way to communicate new product information. The dealers can tour the shop to view many different product displays or take advantage of discounted furniture prices. Seeing new products firsthand educates and inspires dealers in future sales.

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Flor Haus Ad Samples

Freeing Up Brain Space

As a busy flooring company, Flor Haus’ marketing efforts were scattered, and their advertising results were sporadic. Flor Haus’ associates were hired to sell floors, not design ads, write ad headlines, or contact newspaper publishers. Besides, they were often tied-up with other things. So why not hire a marketing manager? In 2014, Flor Haus came to Rosewood for help developing and executing a marketing plan.

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PPC Ad Campaign

Pay-Per-Click Advertising: A Golden Opportunity.
How important is online marketing? More than 85% of product searches now happen online, with this number increasing each year. To make your products and services visible, you must advertise where people are searching.

Simply having a website is not enough. Does your business currently rank on the first page of Google or Bing when someone searches for your product or service? Most potential customers won’t glance past the first page of search results.

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Whistleberry Market Logo

Finding the Perfect Name for Your Company

The Zehr family’s new store in Nova Scotia was under construction, and Peter Zehr had everything he needed to launch a successful country store. A great location near the TransCanada highway, blueprints, experience, and industry connections. The only thing still missing was a vibrant, appealing name.

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New website design

Does Your Small Website Need a Facelift?

Montana Post Driver was in the middle of a brand refresh, with the launch date only a month* away. There was just one problem. The website. Of course, it needed to be updated with the new logo and brand colors, but there were other issues. The website was not mobile-friendly. The content was out-of-date. The platform limited the website’s functionality and the login did not always work.

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