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Choosing a Social Media Manager

Choosing a Social Media Manager

Your company's social media presence is essential to modern marketing and public visibility. Social media is the most fluid way to stay in touch with your audience and establish the personality of your business. But, who should manage your social media program? Should you designate a social media manager from your staff or should you look to a professional marketing agency?

There are benefits to having an in-house representative, like proximity to everyday going-ons and first hand familiarity with your business. But, there are also advantages to hiring an agency, such as industry know-how, extended analytics, and experience with a broader spectrum of social media marketing. Perhaps the best solution is a combination of all of the above.

Choose a staff member as your liaison, someone who understands your marketing goals and has some familiarity with social media. Then introduce a qualified agency that embraces client collaboration and open communication. Share your goals and establish a workflow that combines in-house input with agency capabilities and best practices. Just remember that social media is a real-time exercise, so make sure your agency understands your business, voice, and style, and has the freedom to interact promptly with your audience.

With minimal effort from your staff, you can feel confident that your company's social identity is in professional hands, while your content features the professional details that make your business an industry leader. Visit our social media marketing page to learn more about the diverse services offered by CMA marketing company Seattle.

Sounders Coach Pitches Cars for CMA

Sounders Coach Pitches Cars for CMA
Did you receive our latest newsletter featuring Sounders Head Coach Sigi Schmid?
CMA's video production department produced television ads for University Audi Volkswagen in Seattle, which is located in Seattle's University District. The commercials featured Seattle Sounders head coach Sigi Schmid. Our team had a lot of fun creating diverse scripts for the popular MLS soccer coach, and then coaching the hall-of-famer through various takes. We even got him to sing the popular University jingle, but it didn't make the final cut. You can read more our process and the celebrity shoot and how CMA produces HD video advertising.



Our most recent e-newsletter featured our work with Sigi, as well as an article about rebranding OpenSquare office furniture distributors.

Sign up for CMA's monthly newsletter and discover cutting-edge advertising tactics and how Creative Media Alliance stays one of the premier marketing firms Seattle has to offer.

Facebook Turns 10

Facebook Turns 10

On February 6, 2014, Facebook celebrated its 10th birthday. "Mark & the Facebook Team" (that's how they signed off) released "A Look Back" videos for every Facebook user to honor the occasion.

On February 6, 2014, Facebook celebrated its 10th birthday. To honor the occasion, "Mark & the Facebook Team" (that's how they signed off) released "A Look Back" videos for every Facebook user. You can find yours here.

An estimated 1.23 billion videos were produced (that's how many Facebook users are out there). Each video showcases your Facebook highlights, starting with "You joined in…" and closing with a personal montage and the ubiquitous thumbs-up 'Like' icon. The videos are approximately one minute in length and, if you've been on the 'Book lately, everybody is sharing them.

Facebook sent business accounts a "Thank You" note with a link to a personal video from Mark Zuckerberg. The video is filled with thank you's in many languages and a very chatty acknowledgment from the boss himself.


Here's what people had to say about the anniversary:

"Facebook got all weepy and sentimental on us yesterday." -Kiki, CMA Social Media Manager

"Awwwww… no freebies? ;)" -reply from Gary Hurley, CMA Principal

"Who is 'Mark'?" -in reference to the sign-off, Cotton, CMA Copywriter

“It’s been an incredible journey so far, and I’m so grateful to be a part of it. It’s been amazing to see how people have used Facebook to build a real community and help each other in so many ways. In the next decade, we have the opportunity and responsibility to connect everyone and to keep serving the community as best we can.”
-a more lengthy message from Mark Zuckerberg

Get the most out of your social media marketing, on Facebook and more. Contact CMA social media marketing.

Holiday Cheer and Charity

Holiday Cheer and Charity

Creative Media Alliance would like to thank our clients, colleagues, and friends for making 2013 an exceptional year! Happy Holidays to you and yours, and may the New Year bring you everything you hope for.

Enjoy this fun caricature video from our team to you.

CMA hopes to make a difference this holiday season by supporting Operation Night Watch and the Union Gospel Mission. We invite you to join us in giving back to these charitable organizations or a charity of your choice.

Wishing you holiday cheer and all the best in 2014!

Giving Back, Saying Thanks

Giving Back, Saying Thanks

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Creative Media Alliance would like to encourage marketers to help non-profits spread awareness of their cause. When you help a non-profit, you not only make a positive difference for the organization, but also for the people they support.

It's good PR for a firm and a great way for young freelancers to build their video reels. Helping a non-profit is a win-win situation for everyone… and it feels good to give back.

CMA's Seattle video production company recently created fundraising videos for the Medic One Foundation and Ronald McDonald House Charities. The 25th Annual RMHC Gala video helped raise a record-breaking $865,000!

Happy Thanksgiving, from Creative Media Alliance!

Fundraising With CMA Videos

Fundraising With CMA Videos

CMA's video production department worked with the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Washington & Alaska and the Medic One Foundation to create heartfelt fundraising videos for their annual charity events.

CMA's video production department worked with the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Washington & Alaska and the Medic One Foundation to create heartfelt fundraising videos for their annual fundraising events. CMA video marketing is proud to assist and support local charities that help our community.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Washington & Alaska support seriously ill children and their families by providing a "home-away-from-home" to help families through a difficult time. They were thrilled to announce that, with the help of a CMA video, their 25th Annual RMHC Gala raised a record amount of $865,000, exceeding all previous galas!



Emergency medical technicians (EMTs) save lives when seconds count. Medic One has provided area emergency medical care since the late 1960's. The Medic One Foundation provides funding for crucial training and other programs for emergency response workers in King County and other communities across western Washington.

"The response to the video was AMAZING! Not a dry eye in the house. The Seattle Fire Chief was so impressed, he wants to add it to their web site for new recruits. Well done to you and your team!"

 

-Jan Sprake, Executive Director, Medic One Foundation

As one of the top Seattle video production companies, CMA believes in giving back to the western Washington community. Creative Media Alliance is a full-spectrum Seattle marketing agency, including video production for promotional videos, such as website videos, television advertising, online advertisements, fundraising videos, and training videos. Visit our Video Production services page and our Video Services client portfolio to learn more about visual marketing with CMA.

Tag… Not It! #Facebookfail?

Tag… Not It! #Facebookfail?

Hashtags abound on Twitter, Instagram, Google+, Pinterest, and more. You see hashtags on TV, billboards, magazines, and even hear them on the radio. But Facebook, despite its social prominence, has yet to buy in to live hashtags. Rumor has it, that could finally change.

#Hashtags are fairly ubiquitous these days. They abound on Twitter, Instagram, Google+, Pinterest, and more. You see hashtags on TV, billboards, magazines, and even hear them on the radio. But Facebook, despite its social prominence, has yet to buy in to linked hashtags. Rumor has it, that could finally change.

 

Hashtags in Facebook posts are currently just dead text. They represent a nod to the social practice, and often an opportunity for tongue-in-cheek wit, but there is no linked community behind the tag. Users who want to access live conversations and online communities centered around searchable keyword tags are forced to visit other social channels, costing Facebook the revenue directly associated with people on the site.

 

Hashtags first appeared on Twitter in 2007. But, hashtag culture has grown exponentially since Twitter started hyperlinking hashtags in 2009. The network's Trending Topics followed soon after. Now, according to eMarketer, Twitter looks to nearly double its ad revenue to $1 billion in 2014. The increase is directly attributed to Twitter's Promoted Trends service. As the largest social media network in the world, Facebook could logically reap even greater revenue via its larger audience.

 

Furthermore, Facebook has had increasing trouble luring young people, particularly teens, to its platform, while the percentage of teens who use Twitter has almost doubled since 2011. Teens have adopted hashtags as a means to connect about topics that are meaningful to them.

 

From a business point-of-view, the upcoming young market represents the future of social revenue. So, why does Facebook continue to deny active hashtags as if they weren't there? One theory is that the social giant simply doesn't want to admit that they were late to the party. Can Facebook swallow its pride to remain relevant with the younger generation?

 

Experts expect Facebook to embrace hashtags very soon. Facebook business pages already foster interest-based communities and the network's new graph search spans the entire web. The time is long overdue for Facebook to adopt live hashtags because the benefits are simply too great. Hashtag culture encourages a more immediate social interaction and longer time spent on-site, while providing untold fertile marketing opportunities and ad revenue by pooling like-minded, cross-generational communities.

 

As Facebook decides whether or not to step up to the plate with hashtags, CMA encourages you to visit our Seattle social media agency services page to learn how we can help you reach more customers via better social media marketing.

Tag… Not It! #Facebookfail?

Tag… Not It! #Facebookfail?

Hashtags abound on Twitter, Instagram, Google+, Pinterest, and more. You see hashtags on TV, billboards, magazines, and even hear them on the radio. But Facebook, despite its social prominence, has yet to buy in to live hashtags. Rumor has it, that could finally change.

#Hashtags are fairly ubiquitous these days. They abound on Twitter, Instagram, Google+, Pinterest, and more. You see hashtags on TV, billboards, magazines, and even hear them on the radio. But Facebook, despite its social prominence, has yet to buy in to linked hashtags. Rumor has it, that could finally change.

 

Hashtags in Facebook posts are currently just dead text. They represent a nod to the social practice, and often an opportunity for tongue-in-cheek wit, but there is no linked community behind the tag. Users who want to access live conversations and online communities centered around searchable keyword tags are forced to visit other social channels, costing Facebook the revenue directly associated with people on the site.

 

Hashtags first appeared on Twitter in 2007. But, hashtag culture has grown exponentially since Twitter started hyperlinking hashtags in 2009. The network's Trending Topics followed soon after. Now, according to eMarketer, Twitter looks to nearly double its ad revenue to $1 billion in 2014. The increase is directly attributed to Twitter's Promoted Trends service. As the largest social media network in the world, Facebook could logically reap even greater revenue via its larger audience.

 

Furthermore, Facebook has had increasing trouble luring young people, particularly teens, to its platform, while the percentage of teens who use Twitter has almost doubled since 2011. Teens have adopted hashtags as a means to connect about topics that are meaningful to them.

 

From a business point-of-view, the upcoming young market represents the future of social revenue. So, why does Facebook continue to deny active hashtags as if they weren't there? One theory is that the social giant simply doesn't want to admit that they were late to the party. Can Facebook swallow its pride to remain relevant with the younger generation?

 

Experts expect Facebook to embrace hashtags very soon. Facebook business pages already foster interest-based communities and the network's new graph search spans the entire web. The time is long overdue for Facebook to adopt live hashtags because the benefits are simply too great. Hashtag culture encourages a more immediate social interaction and longer time spent on-site, while providing untold fertile marketing opportunities and ad revenue by pooling like-minded, cross-generational communities.

 

As Facebook decides whether or not to step up to the plate with hashtags, CMA encourages you to visit our Seattle social media agency services page to learn how we can help you reach more customers via better social media marketing.

Creative Media Alliance Turns 12!

Creative Media Alliance Turns 12!

For 12 years, CMA has enjoyed working with an incredible range of valued clients. We look forward to another great year as a full-service Seattle marketing and advertising agency. Thank you for making the CMA experience possible.

April 1, 2013 was our 12th anniversary as an agency. CMA partners Ryan Fansler, Gary Hurley, and Jai Suh would like to thank all of our clients, past and present, for making 12 great years possible. We look forward to continuing to work with exceptional people, such as yourselves.

From humble beginnings, CMA has evolved into a state-of-the-art Seattle marketing and advertising agency, with clients across the U.S. Our full-spectrum branding, digital, search, social, web design, and video production services are continually well-received because we deliver positive professional results, no matter the size of the project or budget.

Since 2001, the keystone of our business has always been people. From our core team of dedicated personnel, to our extended alliance of business partners, to all of our valued clients, we believe that everyone should be treated with respect. We are committed to the highest level of customer service. We embrace open communication and transparency. And we strive to be the best agency you've ever worked with.

Okay, we've tooted our horn long enough... It's time to get back to work.

Have an excellent year,

Ryan, Gary, Jai, and the rest of the team at CMA

 

How To Use Vine For Social Media Marketing

How To Use Vine For Social Media Marketing

What the heck is Vine? Vine is Twitter's new mobile video app that was launched in January 2013. Mobile Twitter users can share a six second or less video with their tweet. It's the next level of Twitter communication. CMA's social media team is already experimenting with exciting ways to use Vine as a marketing tool.

What the heck is Vine? Vine is Twitter's new mobile video app that was launched in January 2013. Mobile Twitter users can share a six second or less video with their tweet. It's the next level of Twitter communication. CMA's social media team is already experimenting with exciting ways to use Vine as a marketing tool. Here are some do's and don'ts to improve your Vine marketing and make your company's Twitter engagements even more interesting.

- Much like Twitter's iconic 140-character cap, Vine's six second time limit promotes succinct messaging and entertainment, so keep it simple and direct.

- Plan ahead. Define your video's purpose and streamline your idea.  Do not try to cram too much information into your Vine video.

- Be creative and let your brand personality shine through.  Have fun with it.

- Be aware that Vine captures sound too, so be careful what you say once you press record.

- Sneak peeks, teasers, updates, and brief announcements have proven to be successful themes. Likewise, comedy, as you might expect, is very popular in Vine videos.

- Humanize your Vine.  Let people relate to your company in a personal way.  A behind-the-scenes look at your staff is a good example.

- Hashtags are a great way to connect even more viewers to your #vinemarketing. Brand tags and custom campaign tags help people find your #vinevideos.

- Finally, provide an explanation of your video in your tweet. Many recipients may have their audio turned off, so a written explanation clarifies your Vine story.

The main challenge of Vine marketing is telling or showing an engaging story in six seconds.  CMA will be posting our own Vine experiments, so follow our blog to see the fun!  In fact, we're in the Vine laboratory right now, discovering amazing new ways to use Vine for brand storytelling, marketing, and social media engagement.

Here is our first Vine experiment.  Our challenge was to create a Vine video using only six still photos.

CMA social media marketing can help you design and maintain an engaging social marketing plan. We develop memorable marketing campaigns in both traditional and burgeoning technologies.  How will you incorporate Vine video into your social marketing strategy?  Contact us to learn more about how we can help with your social media program?

3D Printing: A Brave New World

3D Printing: A Brave New World

President Obama endorsed 3D printing in his recent State of the Union speech as part of a new direction of high-tech industry that can bolster America's economy. 3D printing is still a burgeoning technology, but it could easily revolutionize manufacturing and commerce. It is also becoming more accessible and more affordable for both consumers and businesses.

President Obama highlighted 3D printing in his recent State of the Union speech for good reason. 3D printing is part of a new direction of high-tech industry that can bolster the American economy and will most likely revolutionize manufacturing and commerce. The technology is still in its infancy, but it is becoming more accessible and more affordable for both consumers and businesses.

The concept is fantastic, yet real. A digital model is designed using a CAD program. The design is then sent to a 3D printer. The printer actually constructs the object by stacking layer upon layer of material in the form of the design. This process is called "additive manufacturing," as opposed to "subtractive manufacturing," in which an object is cut from an unformed block of material.

Different 3D printers use different materials. Hard materials, like plastics and metal, have progressed to include softer production materials, such as rubber or polyurethane-like plastics. Many companies are vying to harness the skyrocketing technology, which allows users to quickly and cheaply produce three-dimensional objects straight from a computer. Architecture, automotive, defense, furniture, jewelry, and medical manufacturers are early participants in 3D printing. These industries use 3D printing to generate complete products or specialized parts, for cars and even the human body. The possibilities are nearly limitless. At Paris Fashion Week 2013, a runway show was dedicated solely to clothes created using 3D printing.

3D printing should revolutionize many industries and change the way we conceive traditional manufacturing. The projected industry value of 3D printing is expected to explode by 300% by 2020. It's a brave new world and we like to keep our clients up to speed. CMA is one of the select Seattle marketing agencies that incorporate cutting-edge technology, in-house production, and traditional printing and branding services for better business marketing. Follow us on Facebook and subscribe to our newsletter to stay up-to-date with the latest marketing technology.

How does 3D printing work? Here is an infographic from Mashable.

Social: Reach Out and You’ll Be There

Social: Reach Out and You'll Be There

By listening, initiating, and participating in your social brand conversation, you convey a positive business image to both active and potential customers. CMA offers social monitoring and social outreach support to assist your online image and keep you in touch with customer trends and feedback.

Did you know that, along with designing custom social media pages and creating content, CMA offers social monitoring and social outreach support to assist your online image and keep you in touch with customer trends and feedback? By listening, initiating, and participating in your social brand conversation, you convey a positive business image to both active and potential customers.

CMA's Social Media Marketing team can administrate your social campaign or collaborate with you on community management. If you generate content in-house, CMA can help you monitor customer reaction and interaction across all social platforms. CMA's social outreach program can keep you involved in your company's social dialogue, with a keen image awareness.



Engage your customers where they spend their time. CMA Social Media Marketing specializes in developing and monitoring social media programs for a broad spectrum of businesses. Engaging content, informative links, online video, blogs, and email marketing campaigns extend your company's reach farther than you think. Maintaining a social media presence keeps you in touch with your client base and promotes a vibrant brand and an attractive business image.

CMA can tailor a social campaign to your specific needs and target audience. Call or email CMA today. Hey, you can even send us a Facebook message!

Fine Wine and Website Design

Fine Wine and Website Design

Our website design team recently completed a new mobile-optimized, CMS-based website and social media program for Novelty Hill Januik winery. The sleek new design features better ecommerce, a blog, dynamic photo galleries, updated search and social marketing, and an eye-catching slider at the top of key pages.

 

CMA's website design team recently completed a new mobile-optimized, CMS-based website and social media program for Novelty Hill Januik winery. The sleek new design features better ecommerce, a blog, dynamic photo galleries, updated search and social marketing, and eye-catching slider images at the top of key landing pages.

Novelty Hill Januik's extensive inventory is searchable and categorized by a state-of-the-art ecommerce system that allows online customers to conveniently order and ship wine. Individual product pages provide grape and tasting descriptions and an opportunity to share specific wines through social media. How cool is that?

The CMA social media marketing team also developed a custom Facebook page, website blog, and Pinterest board for Novelty Hill Januik. These elements, combined with periodic email campaigns (another turn-key solution from CMA), allow the winery to interact with customers on a regular basis and through familiar channels. Novelty Hill Januik can promote its wine, winery tours, and event spaces, simultaneously, with vivid photos and first-hand experience.

Finally, CMA instructed Novelty Hill Januik on their new website content management system (CMS) and content SEO marketing. Novelty Hill Januik employees now update their website slider images, create optimized content, and track search traffic through top industry keywords, with a little help from CMA customized tools.

Novelty Hill and Januik are independent wine labels that share a state-of-the-art winery in Woodinville, WA. The tasting room and production facilities feature stylish, modern design with expansive gardens and an outdoor patio. It was only fitting that CMA's Seattle website design services create a striking new online presence for such a premiere tour destination and wedding venue.

 

Read More about Novelty Hill Januik's CMA-developed website design and social media marketing.

 

The New Wave of Retina Graphics

The New Wave of Retina Graphics

Heads up, if you're thinking of upgrading your website! Retina graphics are the next wave of website vector graphic elements. Scalable vector graphics (or SVGs) provide a retina-friendly, mobile-friendly format with remarkably clearer screen graphics and high-pixel density.

 

Heads up, if you're thinking of upgrading your website! Retina graphics are the next wave of website vector graphic elements. Scalable vector graphics (or SVGs) provide a retina-friendly, mobile-friendly format with remarkably clearer screen graphics and high-pixel density.

The only devices that currently support Retina graphics are the iPhone 4+, MacBook Retina, and iPad 3, but Retina graphics will be essential soon enough... and you want your web design to look good for awhile, right?

Currently, the main Retina challenge for website designers is finding an easy system to create SVGs. Web design tools will eventually catch up with the Retina wave, but for now, only select programs work natively with SVGs. Designers are currently forced to combine a series of tools to create responsive Retina-ready SVGs. For instance, a Fireworks icon that is saved as a PNG retains the necessary vector data if it is opened in Illustrator first, the vectors are selected, and then copied into Fireworks. It's not very streamlined, but it works. Fireworks cannot natively save SVGs, so further hoops are also required to complete the process.

CMA's Seattle website design team suggests this article by John Dyer as a helpful guide for creating a responsive, Retina-ready web design.

http://johndyer.name/how-to-create-a-responsive-retina-ready-website/

Or... you could allow CMA web design services upgrade your website or design a new Retina-ready, mobile-ready site that puts your best foot forward today and for the future.

CMA Cooks Up Conference Videos

CMA Cooks Up Conference Videos

CMA video production recently created some humorous video vignettes for Moneytree's annual Managers Conference. The videos added an extra element of fun to the national business meeting, held in Seattle in 2012. The videos were titled "Recipes for Success" and provided entertaining goal-setting strategies.

CMA's Seattle video production company recently shot several humorous video vignettes for Moneytree's annual Managers Conference. The videos added an extra element of fun to the national business meeting. The conference, held in the greater Seattle area in 2012, is designed to provide business updates and foster a cohesive Moneytree team.


The videos were titled "Recipes for Success" and provided entertaining ways to achieve successful goal-setting. Each vignette featured award-winners from the two previous years. The videos and "recipe" theme were centered around a kitchen set.

CMA invited several of its own employees to view the shoot. "It was neat to see everything in action," said a social media marketing specialist. "The Moneytree team looked like they were having a lot of fun and it's great to see the footage that our video team works on actually being shot."

CMA's Seattle advertising agency produces radio and television advertising for companies, like Moneytree, throughout the western U.S.

Need a Website Content Strategy?

Need a Website Content Strategy?

CMA can help you develop an effective content strategy for more relevant online messaging, focused business objectives, and a better user experience. Let CMA catalog your content. survey the results, compare your site to your competitors, and help you put your best "quality content" foot forward.

A web content audit isn't as scary as it sounds and it helps you develop an effective content strategy for more relevant online messaging, focused business objectives, and a better user experience. A content audit is essentially a spreadsheet of your current website pages and their content. CMA can survey the spreadsheet, compare your site to competitors, and put your best "quality content" foot forward.

Quality content informs users and keeps them engaged. Engaged users are more open to your company's message and ultimately mean more business. A focused web content strategy produces consistent quality content and provides your team with a better understanding of online goals and focused messaging.

Engage and inform your website users, and your team, with strategic content marketing that delivers exactly the information you want. CMA helps you develop a focused web content strategy that is both logical and easy to implement across your website design.

Website content. Your business needs it. Your users want it. Make your content work better for you, for search engines, and for potential customers.

Need a Website Content Strategy?

Need a Website Content Strategy?

CMA can help you develop an effective content strategy for more relevant online messaging, focused business objectives, and a better user experience. Let CMA catalog your content. survey the results, compare your site to your competitors, and help you put your best "quality content" foot forward.

A web content audit isn't as scary as it sounds and it helps you develop an effective content strategy for more relevant online messaging, focused business objectives, and a better user experience. A content audit is essentially a spreadsheet of your current website pages and their content. CMA can survey the spreadsheet, compare your site to competitors, and put your best "quality content" foot forward.

Quality content informs users and keeps them engaged. Engaged users are more open to your company's message and ultimately mean more business. A focused web content strategy produces consistent quality content and provides your team with a better understanding of online goals and focused messaging.

Engage and inform your website users, and your team, with strategic content marketing that delivers exactly the information you want. CMA helps you develop a focused web content strategy that is both logical and easy to implement across your website design.

Website content. Your business needs it. Your users want it. Make your content work better for you, for search engines, and for potential customers.

‘Tis the Season to be Social

'Tis the Season to be Social

Social media activity ramps up during the holiday season in the spirit of giving and receiving. It's the perfect time to escalate your social media marketing and extend your brand. CMA helps you improve your brand's social efforts. Everyone comes together in the name of searching, sharing, and shopping.

Social media activity ramps up during the holiday season, most notably in the spirit of giving and receiving. It's the perfect time to escalate your social media marketing and extend your brand.

Add charitable activities to your marketing campaigns or incorporate recognized seasonal themes into your messaging. The world of social media is rife with opportunity for holiday promotions and season-specific how-to's. You can even engage your social media followers with holiday-inspired subjects. Everyone comes together in the name of searching, sharing, and shopping.

CMA can help you focus and improve your brand's social efforts. Our social media company can optimize social media campaigns with online reputation management, custom Facebook pages, integrated social brand platforms, and more. CMA headquarters is in Seattle, social media marketing is part of our national success. Happy holidays.

Keeping The SiteGround Herd Safe

Keeping The SiteGround Herd Safe

CMA uses SiteGround secure web hosting for most of our website design and development clients. SiteGround's October 2012 newsletter featured this fun infographic about the secure web hosting services that SiteGround provides our clients.

CMA is always in touch with the latest and most effective security for our Seattle website design, development, and maintenance.

 

Hotel Marketing That Works

Hotel Marketing That Works

CMA works with the best hotels in Seattle. Three of our hospitality clients were recognized in the 2012 Condé Nast Readers' Choice Awards for the "Top 20 Hotels in the Pacific Northwest." Readers of Condé Nast Traveler rated the top hotels in Oregon and Washington, as well as the world, for 2012.

Inn at the Market (Seattle), Hotel Ändra (Seattle), and Hotel Modera (Portland) were all named in the "Top 20 Hotels in the Pacific Northwest." Seattle was ranked in the "Top 10 Cities in the United States" again in 2012.

CMA marketing services for our hospitality clients in Seattle and Portland include website design and development, web video production, branding, and pay-per-click search marketing, as well as maintaining customized social media marketing and blogging.

View the "Top 20 Hotels in the Pacific Northwest."

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