CARINAMARKETING

Our Services

At Carina Marketing we don't know it all, or do it all, but we're pretty good at the services we offer. You receive the same professional marketing services that a large marketing company does, but our services are more affordable and we specialize in services specific to small businesses. Below are the list of services we offer and whether it makes sense for you to engage our services on a project or retainer basis.

Services

Graphic Design


Branding, Logos, Presentation Folders, Press Kits, Brochures, Postcards, Print Advertisements, Sales Sheets, Posters, Catalogs, Magazines, Newsletters, Trade Show Signage, Billboards
 

Website Design


Websites, Website Banners, Email Marketing Campaigns, Site Maps, Website Programming, Website Optimization, Twitter Headers, Facebook Headers, Blog Pages, Email Signatures, Landing Pages
 

Consulting


Golf Tournaments, Conferences, Events, Name Development, Brand Development, Tagline Development, Positioning Statement, Mission Statement, Unique Selling Position, Marketing Plans, Social Media
Projects

When a Project Approach Makes Sense


Projects are best for performing one-time improvements to your business. Whether it is re-branding the company, building a website, creating business cards/letterhead or setting up your social media pages, a project typically has clear deliverables, timelines and budgets.
 

Project Approach Factors


· Well-defined scope & services
· Clear, short-term deliverables
· Shorter timeline (typically < 6 months)
· One-time needs
· First-come, first-serve
· Budgetary considerations
Retainers

When a Retainer Approach Makes Sense


Retainers are ideal arrangements for getting ongoing support and making continual improvements to your business. A retainer makes the most sense when the services are ongoing, and it isn’t clear exactly what will need to be done at any given time.
 

Retainer Approach Factors


· Broad or unclear scope & services
· Broad range of services
· Longer timeline (typically 6+ months)
· Ongoing needs
· Needs prioritized over projects
· Budgetary considerations