Marketing for digital media.

Plan

Strategy is key. A monkey opens a door to find another door. He opens the next door only to find another door. The monkey is beginning to understand the pattern. Until he opens a final door and finds blank walls. The monkey is confused. Strategy is expecting an empty room.

Build

This is the fun part. We execute your media plan – everything from you Twitter avatar to your shopping cart to the direct mail design.

Deploy

It's easy to launch with us. We handle all hosting and domains. We provide you data to make informed decisions about your next move.

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Code & Design

If we build it, they will come. We can craft your online presence or make your blog pop. Web development is not just what it looks like and feels like. Web development is how it works.

Analytics

People are relying on technology and search engines to find things. The analytics will show where and how.

Advertising

Online advertising is rife with snake oil salesmen. Be wary of anyone selling it. We will teach you best practices on Google and how to avoid throwing money at Facebook.

Design

A logo is more than just a smattering of pixels on a screen or print on a sign. It is a signifier of the values and meaning of your company, product, or idea. It is the sum total of your purpose and meaning.

Copywriting

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Hosting

Not sure how much space you'll need? Don't worry, we've got room for you.

Domains

Domain names are a lucrative business. We'll register yours and safekeep for as long you as need.

Why

nocollarmedia started as an idea on a napkin. The idea was to disrupt the music industry by offering a free band website supported by my ads. This aligned the interests of the musician and the web entreprenuer. The musician and artsy-hair-too-long-for-corporate-world united against their collar-wearing overlords, hence the name no collar.

Did it work? No. Turns out Google is a lot better at selling ads then even a kid with talented MySpace friends.

Back to the drawing board.

By 2010 I had cut my hair and assembled a team of young people with many years of experience in digital media. Joining the denizens of self-proclaimed social media experts and webmasters, we employed fancy buzzwords to reinforce our place in the thunderous heard of online strategists. Anyone and everyone with a Facebook profile and a Seth Godin book is a social media consultant!

All of that is fluff and bullshit. Online media is new. Creativity is not.

I want to build a company that doesn't need an SEO'd blog with targeted buzzwords. I create a service that provides value to folks navigating the online thunderdome.

That may not be why I started nocollarmedia, but that is why I kept it. Welcome to the thunderdome. We're here to help.