The Importance of Chitter Chatter.

I’m a big fan of conversations: they’re how we make friends, do business and share all forms of feelings, thoughts and ideas. The “Let’s Start A Conversation” branding behind my agency, DDCA, was devised with just this in mind.

Recently, I was examining the portfolio of one of our clients when I began thinking about the importance of consumer engagement in a project and the benefits of concise targeting through digital conversation. I’ve always believed that the key to consumer engagement in social media is quality content, communication and SEO – That’s why we strive in these specific areas.

At the end of the day, the growth of an online presence is dictated by the conversations the brand has with its peers, clients and competitors. These conversations can occur via Facebook, Twitter and a vast range of other social media tools.

All major brands understand the importance of conversation. Communication with clients make the brand aware of market demands and also keeps the brand at the forefront of what competitors are doing.

It is therefore no surprise that DDCA has flourished on the importance of conversation. Our focus is to build successful long-term relationships with our clients. That’s why we start by saying “hello”.

If you fancy a bit of chitter chatter, get in touch with DDCA and start a conversation: hello@danielledunn.com or Tweet us @danielledunn_ca

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2 thoughts on “The Importance of Chitter Chatter.

  1. I wholeheartedly applaud your business philosophy. Creative relevant content and communication is key to beginning that most thrilling aspect of business and marketing – dialogue.

    REAL dialogue only comes from those who are indeed engaged, interested and captivated. Businesses must pursue engagement with their customers to succeed. Our business, like yours, finds the most satisfaction in true conversations and relationships with people.

    It is refreshing to see your take on things, as many, many people out there do not understand, or simply have not experienced, why marketing based on engagement is so satisfying.

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