Digital Marketing, SEO, PPC, Magento Development

Brandastic is a Southern California based company focused on relationship, excellence, and service. When you are ready to be noticed, to really stand out, contact Brandasatic. We are Driven by Creativity! Our unique blend of services is executed by our team of highly specialized and extremely creative individuals, working together to produce results. We are Adwords, Analytics, and Magento Certified.

$150 - $199 / hr
10 - 49
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Costa Mesa, CA
  • 3525 Hyland Ave Suite 235
    Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    United States
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Key clients: 

Kingston Technology, USC, CBRE, Hampton Inn, Pioneer Electronics, Girls Scouts

BlueSky Magento 2 Build

Brandastic designed and developed's latest website in Magento 2.

Pioneer Electronics Campaign

Brandastic launched one of the first online marketing campaigns for Pioneer Electronics. For their cycle sports brand, Brandastic created a campaign to drive customers to their dealers and site for purchases of the product.

HyperX Landing Pages

Brandastic created landing pages for HyperX that helped generate over $100 million in sales for the company


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Full-Service Digital Projects for Global Communications Firm

"The team is incredibly knowledgeable and they're always keeping up with the latest trends."

Willing to refer: 
The Project
$10,000 to $49,999
Apr. 2018 - Ongoing
Project summary: 

As a returning partner, Brandastic provides SEO optimization for a third-party website with a complimentary audit, keyword development, and working with Google AdWords.

The Reviewer
11-50 Employees
Los Angeles, California
West Walsh
Project Manager, ITP Strategic
The Review
Feedback summary: 

With their present and past work, Brandastic has shown that they are creative, forward-thinking, excited about new technologies and projects, and collaborate well with outside engineering teams. They deliver outstanding designs on time, with unmatched professionalism and expertise.


Introduce your business and what you do there.

I am a technical project manager focused on web application and marketing development at ITP Strategic. We’re a global communications company.


What challenge were you trying to address with Brandastic?

We needed a company to help with SEO optimization for one of our major automotive clients.


What was the scope of their involvement?

For the current project, our client’s site—especially their accessory site—needed SEO optimization. We asked Brandastic what their solution would be, and instead of just giving us a vague quote, they conducted a complementary audit and gave a presentation that really proved why they are experts in the field, including their president holding multiple SEO certifications.

When we brought Brandastic in to meet with our client, and they were blown away by their professionalism and knowledge. Brandastic offered different tiers of services so that the client could decide what was the best fit. They also created a detailed list of objectives they were going to help us accomplish, which we’ve begun working on recently.

They certainly do use AdWords, but we are more focused on developing keywords that we can better utilize in making wireframes, and ultimately creating a more visual approach. Brandastic’s team works seamlessly with our engineers, and you can tell that both sides are well equipped. They’ve shown us different wireframes, explained how things would be implemented, and are really diving into the backend development of the client’s site.

Our previous work together includes website redesign and creating marketing material. One of our first projects together was a website redesign for one of our clients. Unfortunately, due to budgetary reasons, our client couldn’t continue with the project. However, we were impressed with Brandastic’s professionalism, timeline, and outstanding designs. 

The second project we did together was for marketing promotional materials. Brandastic used mostly Photoshop to design both a flyer and brochure for races around the country. There was one instance when we needed a draft design sooner than expected and Justin jumped in to help on the project, which was very impressive. He would Skype with us to show us the design changes he was making, and that demonstrated to me that their team works really well together; they don’t have the classical hierarchy.

What is the team composition?

We work with Justin (President, Brandastic), an SEO team, and a project manager.

How did you come to work with Brandastic?

We originally found them through the website UpCity. They were one of the top companies located in our area. I immediately reached out, spoke with someone on the phone, and set up a meeting with Justin. He came to our office and gave us a presentation discussing his company, their capabilities, and how their services could match our business needs. After we began working with them, their success spoke for itself.

How much have you invested with them?

We spent about $30,000, which is divided between SEO and marketing work. 

What is the status of this engagement?

We began working together on this project in April 2018, the work is ongoing, and we foresee them being a long-term partner.


What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?

In regards to the marketing material, Brandastic designed two products which were then printed into 1,000 copies, and then shipped nationwide to different automotive companies and partners. The design work was phenomenal, the response to it was amazing, and they easily met their sponsorship goals.

How did Brandastic perform from a project management standpoint?

We’ve met all of our deadlines, and they are personable and friendly to work with. Most of the communication is done through phone, email, or Skype when I can’t go to their office, which I’ve visited a few times. Their office really seems to facilitate creativity with an open layout and new technology. Everyone has the necessary tools to do their jobs.

In several Skype meetings, they’ve shared their screen with me so that I can see exactly what they are referring to, which limits confusion on our end. At the very beginning of the project, Justin had the entire team in his office to Skype with us, which let us put faces to names and helped us work better together.

What did you find most impressive about them?

They’re a younger company and very progressive in learning about new ideas and technologies. They collaborate very well. Everyone seems very knowledgeable and like they’re open to learning from each other. Justin is also a phenomenal leader and guides his team incredibly well.

The team is incredibly knowledgeable and they're always keeping up with the latest trends. It’s obvious that they do their homework. They are quick to explain any term or feature with extreme in-depth knowledge, but they never sound condescending. They're all extremely friendly and a joy to work.

Are there any areas they could improve?

There have been no specific problem areas. I’m looking forward to seeing if they get a second office somewhere else in the country.

Do you have any advice for potential customers?

Clients should go into the project knowing exactly what they want. Brandastic has the skills and expertise to guide you, but they are very good at paying attention to detail. It can stall a project if the client doesn’t have a lot of conviction in what they need.

Overall Score
  • 5.0 Scheduling
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
  • 5.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I would happily recommend them to anyone.