One year ago today, we officially launched Dijital Farm. And what an amazing year it has been! When we first developed the concept for Dijital Farm, it was with the belief that we could deliver strong, quality digital marketing strategies and tactics to companies of all sizes. I’m pleased to say that, a year later, we’ve found a warm reception with that approach.
Our projects in the past year have ranged from the construction of new Web sites, e-mail marketingstrategies and campaigns, digital marketing strategies, social media audits, social media roadmaps, search engine optimization (SEO), Google pay-per-click advertising campaigns, and more. And through it all, we have worked hard to maintain a focus on our founding principle “do nothing out of rivalry or conceit, but in humility consider others more important than yourselves” (Philippians 2:3).
But as much as we’ve enjoyed reflecting on the past year, we’re more focused on what’s ahead. The social media landscape keeps evolving and we’re excited about helping companies not only keep up, but find ways to get ahead in the game. Similarly, search engine optimization is getting more complex. We’re continually adjusting our techniques for building and optimizing Web sites to put our clients in the best position possible to be discovered in the search engines. In short, the world of digital marketing is always shifting and we’re working hard to stay on the cutting edge for our clients.
So, there you have it. Dijital Farm is a year old. We couldn’t have gotten here without our clients. You trusted us with your digital footprints and allowed us to steer your digital marketing efforts. We can’t thank you enough! But on a personal note, I am grateful to God for the opportunity to follow this path and for blessing our efforts. And lastly, I couldn’t have done this without the loving support of my wife, Melinda, and my children who have sacrificed to help get Dijital Farm off the ground. Thank you to all for your support and we look forward to the opportunity to work with you in the future!
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