Matt Willis
Matt WillisAd Consultant, Customer Experience, Strategist
Email: [email protected]
Accepting New Clients: Yes
Client Size Range: Any small to medium sized company with budget

After a decade helping CEOs and Business Owners, I’ve learned a few things:

  • Success comes through innovation. If you’re not the leader of the pack, you’ll forever be chasing their tail.
  • Most people would rather fail following the accepted path than risk ridicule by breaking convention.
  • A 2% conversion rate is celebrated by people conditioned to expect poor results from advertising.
  • Most believe Google is a god, and the high cost of AdWords and thin profits are the price of worship.
  • You can usually scrape up enough crumbs following the market leaders to make a living.

The Problem: You can’t be the market leader if you are unwilling to lead the market!

Who I Can Help:

  • Successful business owners who don’t have the time or desire to master the art of advertising and marketing.
  • Innovators who are driven by hope, not fear.
  • Entrepreneurs who unashamedly believe in earning an unfair share of their market.
  • Leaders who understand the most powerful advertising is a legion of delighted customers.

Who Is Not a Good Fit:

  • People who view customers only as walking wallets.
  • People who are not well associated with the truth.
  • Ego drivers.

What I Do For Clients:

I take the fear and uncertainty out of advertising and marketing. Our team of writing illuminists, marketing architects, digital strategists, media buying assassins, audio, and video production masters, and graphic artists understand what it takes to make clients win the hearts and minds of prospective customers.

Our focus is on our clients’ long-term, sustainable growth.

We are paid according to how much our clients grow, not how much they spend.

Success Stories:

Most CEO’s and Owners come to me after living lives of crippling frustration- trying to win a horse race while riding a pack mule. Their boards shun risk and anything daring. Their marketing departments are tools of implementation, not innovations. They are mired in a beige.

Thankfully, most competitors use the same playbook and are just as inept.

Familiar?

Instead of a fashionable new widget everyone uses, you need a sherpa—someone who knows the taste of the horizon and can blaze your trail.

Most corporates are content to play it safe in the valley. The top of the market is reserved for the few daring enough to break from the pack. The way up isn’t easy, but that’s what makes reaching the top so satisfying.

Are you ready?