Clear Sky Publishing launches new digital marketing agency

Businesses in Devon have a whole new option in digital marketing with the creation of Clear Sky Digital Marketing.

The North Devon Gazette and Clear Sky Publishing have added a new string to their bow with the creation of our digital marketing agency and the appointment of Jack Easterbook as its head.

Clear Sky Digital Marketing is passionate about building strong local communities and enabling businesses operating in the Southwest to stand out online in an increasingly competitive space.

We work with businesses and organizations to navigate the online space, create powerful omnichannel digital strategies, and ensure excellent communication and full transparency in reporting.

Our team starts by giving your business a digital MOT. This takes the guesswork out of digital marketing, highlighting what works and what doesn’t for your business.

Next, we liaise with our client regarding their business needs and aspirations. After that, we work with you to create a digital marketing strategy using a combination of services and marketing channels to achieve business goals.

The products and services on offer will bring a refreshing change to North Devon businesses tired of the same old digital products. Our products have been developed by experts using the latest technology and know how to ensure that your business gets the most out of its marketing budget.

Our basic services are:

  • Website design and creation
  • Content writing and SEO
  • Content Marketing and Online PR
  • Managing Paid Search Ads
  • Manage paid social ads
  • Advertising by e-mail

Jack, who until recently worked within the concierge and marketing teams at Archant and more recently at Bristol-based digital marketing agency Fueld, is looking forward to meeting business and industry leaders and help them reach a much wider audience, he said: “I am delighted to join the Clear Sky team, working with local businesses and communities has long been a passion, especially for support them during tough business times where digital marketing is invaluable.”

Founders and owners of Clear Sky Publishing, Simon Bax and Chris Coward, have been working on this initiative for some time and are keen to welcome new businesses into the fold, Chris said: “We have been delighted with the response to our print titles and their community focus and the response our advertisers receive. We now want to offer something more to a wider audience and Jack brings those skills to our team. »

Jack invites those with questions to contact him directly using: [email protected]

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