Mythbusters: Fusion Forward Edition

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Your burning questions and assumptions about what we do here at Fusion Forward – debunked. Let us reintroduce ourselves and show you just how awesome our services can be for you.

Myth #1: Design and marketing is too expensive. I can’t afford that.

Not true! Our services are much more affordable than you think. Compared to other companies throughout the Midwest, Fusion Forward offers the same services at a fraction of the cost. In many of cases, our work has helped bring our clients enough new business to cover the majority of our cost. Still not convinced? Reach out to us today to find out more about how we can make our services fit your budget.

Myth #2: I don’t need design and marketing. I’m fine without it.

Sure, you might be “fine” – but imagine the possibilities! We have helped many already-successful organizations bring in even more business by helping them hone in on their target audience. What you are currently doing might work for customers you already have, but what about the ones who might be interested in what you have to offer? We are here to help you find the balance between retaining current customers and attracting new ones – and we put in all the hard work for you!

Myth #3:  I already have someone within my organization doing design and marketing. Why would I need additional help?

Sometimes one person is not enough to handle your organization’s public relations, marketing, social media, and graphic design – especially if that person is also your administrative assistant, human resources director, etc. With so many things to stay on top of, it might be difficult to make marketing a top priority. At Fusion Forward, your organization’s image remains at the top of our priority list. We’ve helped several organizations that already had people writing press releases, managing their social media pages, and designing promotional materials. By taking some responsibilities off their plate, they are able to focus on other important aspects of their work.

Myth #4: Many people in my area already know about my organization, so I don’t need marketing.

False! Marketing is a lot more than just getting your name out there and attracting new customers. It involves maintaining a positive image on social media and beyond, creating new ways to engage current and future customers, keeping the public informed with press releases, and much more. Even if you’re not looking to gain new customers, keeping the ones you have is crucial.

Myth #5: I have questions, but I’ll probably get pressured into signing a contract or buying something.

Absolutely not! Our answers to your questions come with ZERO strings attached. Let us know what questions and concerns you have – we can’t wait to hear from you!