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I designed eightfifty:media as a full service agency, dedicated to identifying and telling your stories using the most innovative and relevant technology. Through our capacity to create and distribute media through our own live, audio and visual communication channels, we are perfectly suited to promoting your message, distributing your lessons, or cementing your legacy.

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Stanley Harper

9 December 2018

please like and share with your friends!

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Shaun Cusano

28 November 2018

High Quality and Value , Unparalleled Personnel

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Brent Shavnore

26 July 2018

Awesome team, attentive to detail and always willing to exceed standards.

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Nik Flagstar

26 July 2018

Super supportive of local music! Great folks to work with!

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Stanley Harper

26 July 2018

Great social media outlet! This new media broadcasting is taking brands to a new market level.

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Max Soelzer

26 July 2018

Eight Fifty Media is an outstanding broadcasting & media production company. Keith Hoffert is a great gentleman to work with! The company is very supportive of our community and of our local music scene. More...

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eightfifty media

27 March 2018

Fantastic place of business. The Live streaming was perfect.

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I designed eightfifty:media as a full service agency, dedicated to identifying and telling your stories using the most innovative and relevant technology. Through our capacity to create and distribute media through our own live, audio and visual communication channels, we are perfectly suited to promoting your message, distributing your lessons, or cementing your legacy. action speaks louder than words - and now more than ever, live video is one of the most versatile and profitable digital marketing tools available. did you know that adding a product video or a live video on your landing page can increase conversions by 80%?
at eightfifty: media we have the equipment, know-how and talent to maximize your story.

interactive storytelling and live video adds a layer of narrative which appeals to mobile users, customers, and google alike. not only do websites with these traits hold customers attention for longer, but you're 53 times more likely to show up first on google if you have a brand, story and live video embedded on your site.
spoken word is still an incredibly powerful tool, and the increasing popularity of podcasting only adds to the momentum. online radio streaming continues to grow in the united states, and it is predicted that over 68% of all internet users will have used online radio by 2018.

112 million americans have listened to a podcast, and 67 million of those listen to podcasts monthly.

42 million americans listen to podcasts weekly.

whilst podcast fans have tended to skew younger, they are now the most popular, with 25-54 years old, than any other age group. so we acquired business radiox ® studio partners...... who from across the network are amplifying the voice of business by sharing unscripted conversations from local business leaders serving their market, their community, and their profession. storytelling as a service on a platform no one else can provide.

interactive ar and vr are starting to reach their potential. idc estimate that combined revenues for both markets will hit $162 billion by 2020. despite previous attempts and failures, launch blips and some early growing pains, the vr and ar markets are in full swing.
fueled largely by a pokemon go revolution, augmented reality and it's potential have started to gain great traction across a number of sectors. magic leap have raised $1.4 billion for their augmented tech and with facebook, htc, google and playstation all fighting for position with the growing vr/ar consumer market, competition is fierce. the future of storytelling and relating your brand with your consumer lies in these realms.
we look forward to getting your story told to the world, in fact we live and breath it and thrive on it. stories are the communal currency of humanity, at eightfifty:media that’s legacy you can bank on.

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• What misperceptions do prospects have about your brand?
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• What are your monthly marketing goals?
• What are your quarterly marketing goals?
• What are your yearly marketing goals?
• What are the consequences if you don’t achieve these quarterly or yearly marketing goals?
• What are your monthly sales goals?
• What are your quarterly sales goals?
• Do you have a service level agreement (SLA) between marketing and sales in place?
• What is your customer acquisition cost (CAC)?
• What is the ratio of customer lifetime value to CAC (LTV:CAC)?
• What is your time to payback CAC number?
• What percentage of customer deals are generated by marketing currently?
• What percentage of customer deals are influenced by marketing?
• What is your current customer conversion rate?
• What marketing metrics do you currently track?
• Which ones are most useful and valuable to your team?
• What tactics provided the highest ROI for your business last year?
• What tactics were least successful?
• What offers or marketing campaigns create your high quality leads?
• What are the pain points you solve for customers? In regards to the individual products.
• How long is the average sales cycle?
• Who is your target audience? Do you have established buyer personas for each of your target customer groups?
• What percentage of your market is aware of your brand and products/services?
• What conferences in your industry are must-attend events?
• What makes buying your product or service necessary? What makes a customer buy right now?
• What misperceptions do prospects have about your brand?
• What do leads say they like or dislike about the brand and its marketing?
• What are the prices per units on items? What is the Wholesale Rate?
• Any Sales Minimums or Max?
• What Restrictions or legalities and liabilities are carried with product if any?

All over the board, I can be suttle, destructive, sympathetic, or strong minded. It depends on the energy that is collaborating with me.

As much of there Idea and the emotion behind it that they can convey. I also want to know what the end game...what is the goal they want to achieve with the project.

I love what I do i love new things every project. I love that I take ideas and breath life into them.

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