Digital Marketing in Portland ME.
Sparks and Fuel is a small team of doers. We are both strategic and tactical, offering big-company experience with an intense attention to detail. Our main focus is on helping small-to-medium-sized companies optimize and execute their digital marketing plans. We are a local and specialized alternative to large, bloated agencies and take pride in our hyper-personal service. Services include website design, development, email strategy and automation, eCommerce, content marketing, analytics management, SEO, SEM, photography, videography, and more.
https://www.brittanylynnefitness.com was originally built on Wix and felt canned and tired. We redesigned the site on Wordpress and incorporated eCommerce and a clear, clean design.
Wolfe's Neck Center is on the cutting edge of regenerative farming. When WNC needed a landing page to highlight their partnership with Stonyfield Organic and promote their new platform OpenTEAM, they turned to Sparks and Fuel. https://www.wolfesneck.org/openteam/
Sparks and Fuel has an ongoing relationship with Sterling Rope, a rope manufacturer known for its high quality, innovative static and dynamic ropes, cords, and climbing hardware. They service many industries, including professional climbing, arbor, military, fire rescue and more. Along with website management and content updates, Sparks and Fuel also handles much of Sterling's product photography.
Sparks and Fuel was hired to design, develop, launch and host a new site for http://coveinvestments.com - a company that helps you generate more tax-friendly, passive income through real estate.
Ligiro Training decided it was time for a rebrand and a name change. Once they settled on the Maine Dog Training Company, they hired Sparks and Fuel to do a logo redesign and a complete website redo. We continue to do website maintenance, as well as corporate photography and videography.
Blair O'Neal is a professional golfer, model and television personality. After five years, her website design was getting stale and needed an updated look and feel. The technology behind the eCommerce site was also bloated, out of date and non-secure. The new http://blaironeal.com was launched with a brighter color palette, new content, a smarter contact form and an all-new backend.