MINNEAPOLIS (July 13, 2017) – Performance digital marketing agency, Nina Hale, announced several new clients this week, adding to its roster of national accounts. The agency has kicked off work with coffee franchise and roasting company, Dunn Brothers; contemporary quilt manufacturer, Louise Gray; suspension training and gym equipment company, TRX Training; and a national medical device manufacturer.
“A common theme within all of the projects launched this year has been modernizing or increasing the sophistication of key digital strategies,” said agency founder and namesake, Nina Hale. “Many organizations are realizing just how complex digital marketing is becoming. Because things are constantly changing, our clients look to us to keep them informed while driving performance.”
Within the scope of each new project is at least one of Nina Hale’s core disciplines, which includes paid search advertising, search engine optimization (SEO), content strategy development, social media strategy development, digital marketing analytics, and paid media execution.
“This year, we’ve seen the most growth in areas that are changing the fastest. Clients come to us to ensure their strategies will account for the next major shift in how consumers engage with companies,” said CEO Donna Robinson. “With voice search rapidly growing, a mobile-first search engine algorithm coming soon, and major changes to the marketing attribution landscape, our focus has been on equipping new and legacy clients with the tools needed to adapt to these changes.”
In addition to its growing client roster, the agency is celebrating being shortlisted amongst a group of finalists for Google’s Premier Partner Awards and placing as a finalist for the Content Marketing Institute’s award for Best Content Marketing Program in Retail. The agency has also received two Best Places to Work honors from both the Minneapolis Star Tribune and Inc. Magazine this year, and Robinson was recently honored by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal as one of the Twin Cities’ top women in business.