Marion knows how to deliver.
When you hear "Marion, Ohio," you might think of President Warren Harding. You also might think logistics - the city is home to an intermodal freight transport hub used by Whirlpool, International Paper, and other manufacturing giants. Just up the road is Bucyrus, another great town and the Bratwurst Capital of America.
Next stop, success.
Just like the millions of tons of freight that passes through town every year, digital marketing is only useful if it reaches its destination. We use tools like targeted display ads and AI-powered search marketing campaigns to put your brand in front of the best leads out there.
Owned and published by Warren Harding before he became the president, The Marion Star is Marion's hometown paper. We've been keeping residents in the know since 1877, and are part of the USA TODAY NETWORK.
Founded in 1923, the Telegraph-Forum covers the city of Bucyrus, Crawford County, and the surrounding area. Our readership thinks of us as a local institution, and we're a proud part of the USA TODAY NETWORK.
Meet your Marion audience.
Our team thinks creatively, acts strategically, and knows what works in north-central Ohio.
As your trusted digital marketing agency, we have the data insights, the cutting-edge technical solutions, and the creative chops to build your presence and grow your brand. Let's do something special.
DID YOU KNOW
One of the main drivers of the mobile internet video market is creating live, in-the-moment videos. Cisco reports they will make up 13% of traffic by 2021.
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Meet the LOCALiQ Grader.
Is your digital marketing a zero or a hero? Our LOCALiQ Grader takes a look at your online presence and compares you to your competitors. From there, we do some analysis and help you plan your next move.
Around 20% of Marion and Bucyrus residents have attended a high school sporting event in the last 30 days. Why not set up geofence near the gym or stadium on game day and send a targeted ad straight to locals' mobile devices?