There is still space for traditional advertising, and really, it’s only expensive when it doesn’t work. So, we make it work for you. Better Mousetrap Marketing offers advertising services that will target the right audience, in the right space by telling your story in meaningful ways.
We will help you determine where and how you should be advertising your business. Whether it’s traditional advertising or new-age digital, we’ve got you covered.
Radio and TV Ads
Creative Print Ads
Social Media Ads
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We use words every day to get our ideas across, to communicate with other people and take in new information. Written communication is a skill that is vital to the success of any business. Better Mousetrap Marketing provides professional writing for web content, print materials, reports, company newsletters, social media and sales copy. We give careful consideration to the tone of your brand, the target audience, and the goal of your marketing project to provide professional writing that will strengthen your branding, maintain or improve your professionalism, and better engage your customers. So tell us about your project, and we’ll put your ideas in writing.
Contact Better Mousetrap Marketing at our Courtenay office. We offer a full range of marketing services to clients in Campbell River, Courtenay, Comox, Parksville, Nanaimo, Victoria and the Lower Mainland, BC.
“Better Mousetrap formulated a comprehensive full service marketing program based on a series of interviews and questionnaires helping us to redefine our marketing strengths, weaknesses, goals, and budgets.
They’ve been instrumental in assisting us with the intricate nuances of an ever changing Multi-media marketing culture. Their team has helped bring a remarkable level of understanding to an otherwise convoluted marketing paradigm.” Brian Dusch, Budget Glass
We’re happy to provide a quote for a new site or perhaps an overhaul to your current site.
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