“Trust is earned, and they earned it. Proud to have them as our digital partner”

“We had been using multiple vendors for our digital needs, as well as doing some things in-house. We decided to move all of our digital to PunchDrunk, and in our first month with them, we had one of our highest-sales volumes in the history of our company. I’m sure it doesn’t work like that for everyone, but it worked like that for us.”

I remember, just 5 or 6 years ago, when the Google Analytics dashboard housed only a handful of options to track and monitor a site. But boy has it grown in the last few years. Making this dashboard one of the more confusing to read and analyze for both business owners and advertising agencies alike.

So much so, that Google Analytics now comes with a Certification class and testing. For those novice users, instructional videos are housed directly at the top of every page in Google Analytics with content matching what information is on that page. Creating an easier user experience for those in need of a little guidance when it comes time to check out their bounce rates or time on site.

Lucky for us, Google has created an effortless way to set up, customize and share a Google Analytics customized dashboard. Let’s look at how we can make our analytics lives a little easier!

Creating a dashboard

Super easy, just open Reports, Click on CUSTOMIZATION > Dashboards, and then click on +New Dashboard.

Selecting data for your dashboard

You will notice at the top of each reports page there is an option to “Add to Dashboard”. This will add that specific report to your customized Dashboards. From this screen, you can select which dashboard you would like to add the information to.

There’s also an add widgets tool in the dashboard itself. So, you can add reports in that way, as well.

Google Analytics Dashboard

So, by now you should be wondering which reports you should add to your dashboard that would be helpful?

Here are some of my top favorites and suggestions:

But use what options and reports makes sense for you and matches your online and offline KPIs.

Sharing your dashboard

Make sure you share your lovely new dashboard with the rest of the team, your agency and your digital strategist. Here’s how: At the top of the dashboard select Share, and Share in Solutions Gallery and complete the options.

Viola! Easy to manage Google Analytics!

FREE! The other four-letter F word that gets everyone’s attention. Here at the WORLD FAMOUS PunchDrunk Digital Ad Agency we love FREE and unlike your stinky older sister, we LOVE to share. So, here’s a quick list of 13 of the best online goodies that you can get without spending a dollar.

Free Stuff

#1 Google Trends

Google Trends is a powerful tool that comes free of charge from the hard-working men, women, and robots at Google. Google Trends works in real time showing you what the world is searching for. Many in the PunchDrunk offices use this tool as their default home page as it provides instant insight into what the most popular searches are right now, making it an awesome news aggregator. You can explore trends by topic, industry, or region.

The bonus ability to compare subjects makes it the perfect tool to see what NBA player is getting the most search love (as in the example left) or use it for market research to see how your brand compares to the competition in terms of search popularity. What really helps this tool stand out versus other Trending platforms, other than being 100% free, is that it compiles search history from the day Google opened its doors showing long trending lines.

PRO-TIP: Use multiple approaches to a subject to gain real insight. For instance, on a legal client we work with going after Workers Compensation cases we were able to determine that people looking for workers comp help rarely type in the word “attorney”, but are much more likely to start by looking at insurance coverage.

#2 Answer the Public

Other than the fact you can spend hours watching our favorite sweater wearing old guy do all kinds of fun things, like sigh and pick his teeth, this content/keyword planning tool kicks some serious butt on the graphics side. Its easy to use interface captures not only the data on the search keyword you used on the dashboard, it also shows data on the most related topics.

We love to use this tool for aiding in keyword creation on our search campaigns we are working on. Whether it’s on the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) side and looking for content ideas or for Pay-Per-Click (PPC) keyword creation. You can export every keyword query that comes back and instantly add the relevant ones to your overall keyword list.
Ultimately Answer The Public is showing you how the general public finds information out on your topic, business, or industry.

PRO-TIP: Add this extension https://keywordseverywhere.com/answerthepublic.html to your browser and every keyword you use in Answer The Public (and Google for that matter) will come back with exact search volume, CPC, and competition data.

#3 SpyFu

When it comes to competitive search data it’s hard to beat SpyFu. We simply adore this free tool. Put in your competitor’s URL and prepare for some very interesting information, such as what keywords they are buying, how much organic traffic they have coming to the site, and the approximate value of their traffic. You can get a pulse on their current PPC spend and see their spending habits for the last 12 months.

Curious as to what they say in their search ads? You can see that as well and all for freebies. The paid version gets you even more insight, but isn’t necessary to get a ton of use out of SpyFu.

PRO-TIP: Use the “kombat” section to compare your website traffic to your competitors and get a great visual pulse on who is beating who. If you need to convince someone at the office that they should be increasing their PPC budget or investing stronger in SEO, there is no better resource than showing how much they are losing out to the “other guys”.

#4 SEMrush

When you ask our SEO team to pick the best free SEO tool in existence, they pop their heads up like a gang of prairie dogs and shout out SEMrush. SEMrush will require you to register, email and password only – no credit card registration – but after that you can perform an SEO site audit on as many sites as you would like without letting go of a single dollar from your money stash.

SEMrush’s site audit will come back with your overall site errors and what specifically the errors are, example: how many pages of duplicate content you have. It will give you your current page load speeds for both desktop and mobile. It provides an awesome pulse of your website health.

PRO-TIP: Crawl competitor sites. When prioritizing the SEO work needed on your site, finding the gaps in your competitor’s sites and improving those areas on your website can potentially be a way to increase your rank over them.

#5 Think with Google

The only thing you will not like about this tool is how often Google makes changes. The minute you fall in love with one feature they will go and change it or replace it. It’s like having a girlfriend who has a different hair style every date, but if you can handle the change, Think With Google has enough meat to keep you digitally fed for years.
Real-time shopping insights can really help those strategy brainstorming sessions and the consumer barometer is a fantastic tool for determining what digital tactics to employ on your next campaign.

We love the ability to customize the data fields and build graphs that compliment our client facing decks Think With Google can be a great sidekick for your cleint presentations and cleints often find Google data persuasive.

PRO-TIP: Use the graph builder tool within Think With Google. Using the search bar and hoping to come back with the data point you were looking for is futile. Graph Builder looks like a major time investment, but after a few quick clicks you can have the exact data you were looking for.

#6 ComScore

ComScore is the Nielsen of the internet. They do incredible work on behavioral studies of online users and are one of the most trusted digital media sources. If you are looking for a new blog to follow we would highly recommend following theirs and if you have some cash you want to spend, ComScore offers a large variety of impressive paid services (our favorite is their Brand Lift Surveys).

As for the free tools of ComScore, it’s the Insights tab located in the ComScore nav bar that you want to click. We spend most of our time in the Data Mine and Presentations/White Papers section.

ComScore is packed full of powerful Infographics and Charts, like the one above that showcases how Mobile meets human hierarch of needs and how people turn to mobile first to fulfill so many basic human needs. ComScore Insights can add a new level of depth to your digital strategy sessions.

PRO-TIP: Use ComScore for mobile persuasion conversations. Their data on cross-screen consumption and mobile usage is the best you will find.

#7 eMarketer

eMarketer – We who are about to build digital proposals salute you! If you aren’t using eMarketer to learn about digital trends, consumer behaviors, forecasts, and industry insights, then my friends you are missing out – big time.

You can subscribe to their newsletters free of charge and in your inbox daily, weekly, or monthly will be little digital presents just waiting for you to open.

This tool is exceptional for planning long term strategies and adapting to changing market places. We use it predominantly as a research tool and love sharing industry specific studies with our clients. They perform studies outside the U.S. as well, which is invaluable to us at the WORLD FAMOUS PunchDrunk Digital Ad Agency and our international clients.

If you are new to digital, spending some daily time with eMarketer is a great way to graduate from Digital 101 within just a few short weeks.

PRO-TIP: Go to Google Images and do your eMarketer search there. 9 times out of 10 you will instantly find loads of eMarketer graphs right there at your disposal. Just make sure to check the publish date of the report. You don’t want to be showing four-year-old data in your meeting.

#8 Social Mentions

There are plenty of social monitoring sites out there, but one thing they all share is that they want to take your hard-earned cash from you, except for one. Social Mentions. This dominating social platform will provide you tons of social info while still allowing you to hoard your gold Scrooge McDuck style.

At its most basic definition, Social Mentions is a social aggregator, you type in the company, brand, person, or whatever that you are wanting info on and Social Mention will go scour all the social media sites and bring you back the results. How many people are talking about you and the latest posts, tweets, snaps, and pins.

You will also get a great pulse on the overall sentiment of your brand, good versus bad comments. We find this extremely helpful when working with clients who have negative reviews and keeping tabs on our social impact in raising the overall perception of their brand. Add in date sorting and you are talking about some serious social monitoring.

PRO-TIP: Download the Hashtags CSV file and start implementing appropriate hashtags into your social media posts. Most of the best hashtags aren’t built from the brands, but the people, great social influencing brands jump on bandwagon hashtags quickly. Don’t forget Oreo and the “Dunk in the Dark” tweet.

#9 Google Alerts

An oldie, but a goodie and still free after all these years. Google Alerts allows you to set up email alerts and whenever your name, company, or really anything of your choosing (like maybe Billy Joel because you just love some Piano Man) is mentioned on a site crawled by Google.

This is very helpful for clients who are in the press a lot. When we partnered on a presidential campaign Google Alerts could help us pick up great articles/blogs that had been created and
then repurpose in our earned native strategy. Plus, you can easily discover the negative articles or potentially untrue things out there and meet them head on rather than be blindsided.

It’s simple and easy to use and in the landscape of digital those two adjectives don’t often come together.

PRO-TIP: Change the frequency under options. If you have a very popular brand that is going to get a lot of people talking, you may want to move to a weekly email rather than daily to aid in management.

#10 MOAT

The soul and heart of MOAT is built around analytics and if you want to spend some moolah it is an incredible platform and the gold standard of analytic campaign data. But we are concentrating on the FREE and MOAT has a great free offering for those on the creative and/or competitive side.

Right from the home screen on moat.com there is search box titled Moat Ad Search. Enter any brand and without hesitation MOAT is going to go on a web journey and collect the latest digital ads that brand is using – like these Zillow ads that MOAT found.

We absolutely dig this tool for seeing what 300x250s, 728x90s, and all those other fun banner ad sizes are being used by a particular brand. Use this to help get those creative juices flowing or monitor what deals your competition is putting out there.

PRO-TIP: Don’t waste your time looking for small local brands. MOAT is only going to find larger regional ads that ran across specific larger open space networks. If you run into this issue, look for industry matches instead of local market clients.

#11 99Designs

99 Designs is a marketplace for free-lance designers to compete for work. Companies without a creative agency or in-house graphic artists can put out projects and have multiple designers compete for the project.

This is a great way for smaller companies to get top-notch designs and see a lot of variations of ideas and concepts. We have recommended this service for a few of our clients through the years that had limited budgets and each time the client has been very happy with the results. But you do have to pay to launch the design contest… so what’s the value of this outside of the paid service? Design ideas! You can walk through multiple portfolios and even search by specific projects. Need business card ideas or PowerPoint template concepts or banner ad ideas? Or maybe you have been tasked to create the coolest infographic in company history?

Hit search and for the price of $0 you can see thousands of super creative creative’s creatives. (not too often you can use the same word three times and still have the sentence make sense!)

And if you find a design you really like, you can set up a 1×1 project with the designer and hire them to work for you and when the project is done, maybe you made a new friend.

PRO-TIP: When you are trying to see a lot of ideas, don’t settle for the first page of results that 99 Designs kicks back to you. Scroll down and view actual projects in progress. You can browse by title to find projects that make sense to investigate.

Google Media Gallery

Though the title has gallery in it, we don’t use this tool for creative purposes. We use this 100% free Google tool for benchmarking and frankly there isn’t anything out there as robust or that carries as much weight with the client.

The Google Media Gallery allows anyone to access industry CTR’s and compare their campaign CTR to like businesses. Now, here at PunchDrunk we don’t think CTR is the end-all performance metric, we like that magic word – Conversion far more, but CTR is certainly a metric you should be tracking, along with handful of others and this free tool gives you a display banner benchmark, which at times can be difficult to find. That it comes from that powerhouse Google only adds credibility.

To explain how the tool works, Google monitors all the campaigns running across it’s platform, both the Display Network and DFP and catalogs the CTR’s. Then it pools like businesses into specific verticals and voila – you have a benchmark CTR for your campaign.

You can select benchmark stats by region, ad size, vertical, and formats to home in and the data coming back will give you more than just the CTR.

In our example, you can see we have selected benchmark stats for airlines in Russia and we can see the average CTR for different ad unit types as well as average interaction time and the average time the ad unit is displayed on the person’s screen. Great knowledge to have.

PRO-TIP: Get comfortable with the date range filter. Some industries don’t have enough campaigns running in real time to allow Google to track with accuracy. Their solution is to expend the report length, so to get data back, you will need to expend the date range filter. We usually go back one month at a time until the information pools, giving us the most recent data we can get, but if you wanted to save time, select the first possible date available, October 2010.

Wordstream

The last of our top free tools is another benchmarking tool and it comes from our frienemies at Wordstream. It’s concise and to the point and so is talking about it. Simply click the link and you will find the latest Google AdWords benchmarks for your industry. Want to know if your auto PPC campaign’s 3.37 CTR is weak or strong? Just compare on their easy to read graph. It doesn’t get any easier than that.

PRO-TIP: The graph is typically updated twice yearly. If what you are seeing is old data, you might want to dig into their site and see if the newest information has been published on a different page than the URL above.


Thirteen may be an unlucky number, but you will have only good luck with each of these free web tools. If you have any freebies that you can’t live without feel free to share them with us or be stingy and smelly, we won’t call you names, except for smelly which we just did.

If you want any more info on these tools or digital in general reach out to us at [email protected]

Call, Email, or Text? The communication choices abound. Add social touch points in the mix and you really have a mess.

We at the WORLD FAMOUS PunchDrunk Digital Ad Agency even add another layer of complexity because the majority of our team works in a virtual environment (fancy words for Work From Home… cue Fifth Harmony song) and many of our partners are scattered across the world. We want our team and our partners to know we are always in their corner, but what’s the best way?

So, for funsies we did a little experiment and thought we would share the results with you. To make our elementary school science teachers burst with pride, we used the Scientific Method. For this experiment we took out personal visits as an option so that all things could be more equal as personally seeing some people wasn’t an option during out experiment time frames.


Question: What is the best way to communicate in today’s business environment?

Hypothesis: Texting will result in fastest response times, phone calls will provide best accuracy and less need for follow up.

Materials: Phones, Emails, Social Platforms

Procedure: We used a two week window and tested multiple communication options with different partners and internal team members. We recorded the response times, if there was a need to follow up (meaning we didn’t have the full answer or answer was unclear to us from our first communication), and if there was a need for additional conversation on same top how many more messages/phone calls were carried out before answered in full.

Results: Interesting! Everyone was vastly different. We learned that you need to adjust your communication with each partner/internal team member. Using just one or two methods to communicate with everyone is not recommended. Just like snowflakes, no two people are the same. If you were forced to select just one communication type, Calling someone has the lowest amount of follow up exchanges and ties texting for the fastest response times. See the table below.

Conclusion: Digital Marketing takes Digital Conversations and lots of Follow-Up ?.

Results by Person

Partner / Team MemberCommunication TypeAverage Response Time# of Follow-Up Exhanges
Partner / Team Member:
A
Communication Type:
Phone
Email
Text
Social
Average Response Time:
< 8 Hours
> 4 Hours
> 10 Minutes
> 2 Hours
# of Follow-Up Exhanges:
0
2
11
0
Partner / Team Member:
B
Communication Type:
Phone
Email
Text
Social
Average Response Time:
> 2 Hours
> 2 Hours
< 8 Hours
< 8 Hours
# of Follow-Up Exhanges:
1
5
0
0
Partner / Team Member:
C
Communication Type:
Phone
Email
Text
Social
Average Response Time:
> 4 Hours
> 2 Hours
> 10 Minutes
< 8 Hours
# of Follow-Up Exhanges:
2
7
3
1
Partner / Team Member:
D
Communication Type:
Phone
Email
Text
Social
Average Response Time:
< 8 Hours
> 8 Hours
> 2 Hours
> 4 Hours
# of Follow-Up Exhanges:
0
2
5
2
Partner / Team Member:
E
Communication Type:
Phone
Email
Text
Social
Average Response Time:
> 10 Minutes
< 8 Hours
> 6 Hours
< 8 Hours
# of Follow-Up Exhanges:
1
3
12
1
Partner / Team Member:
F
Communication Type:
Phone
Email
Text
Social
Average Response Time:
< 4 Hours
> 10 Minutes
> 6 Hours
> 8 Hours
# of Follow-Up Exhanges:
3
4
6
0

Results by Type

Communication TypeAverage Response Time# of Follow-Up Exhanges
Phone> 6 Hours1.2
Email> 5 Hours3.8
Text> 4 Hours29
Social> 8 Hours.6

Change encompasses our daily lives, from moment to moment we encounter change and are forced to adapt to surroundings that we have little to no control over. It’s been a factor of our biological existence since the moment of birth and will continue alongside us until the end.

Perhaps change in never more present than in the world of digital where yesterday is as deep in the past as the giant T-Rex and we don’t just look towards tomorrow, we live in it. The top minds in our digital environment have learned to not only embrace change, but to reach for it. Staying still is the new falling behind.

One example of the ever-present winds of change happening here at PunchDrunk is our strategists and analysists insistence on pursing what we are labeling Predictive Behavior. Since our agencies conception we have fostered the believe that data equals knowledge, but knowledge is useless without action. To learn means more than to understand. It’s what we do with our knowledge that takes digital campaigns from average to extraordinary. We are learning from the vast amount of data that passes through our campaigns that the evolution of Behavioral Targeting is once again upon us.

When Behavioral Targeting first entered the digital dictionary its soul was built upon the data of third party research companies like Experian who could provide “buckets” of individuals whose online behaviors told us if they were looking to buy a car or take a vacation. We saw the birth of phrase like Auto Intender or Outdoor Enthusiast. An individual’s site visits determined what bucket(s) they belonged to and then the bucket was sold to media companies and agencies. Today these buckets are still for sale and not many of the qualifying rules have changes. Visit Kelly Blue Book just once and you will find yourself labeled as an Auto Intender for the next 90 days.

We at PunchDrunk worked diligently through the years to aid in the evolution of Behavioral Targeting, forming partnerships that allowed us to offer Next Generation Behavioral Targeting in which we eliminated the buckets entirely and pursued consumers based on their actual searches. It wasn’t enough to go to Cars.com for us to deliver you an ad, we needed to see what type of vehicle you searched for and then we watched how long you studied that vehicle and matched your IP address with our other collected data points on you to determine if you were indeed the ideal target for our client – Mr. Mercedes.

We have been utilizing the Next Gen BT tactic for our client’s campaigns for the past few years, with small changes and adaptions as more and more data was discovered and now, after years of collection on YOU, the consumer, we can start to not just look at what you are doing currently, but what you will do next. We are learning to Predict Behavior.

The concept itself is simple and one every parent of multiple children can relate to. Our first child teaches us that if you put a plate of cookies on the table they will disappear in a blink, with our second child we learn to establish the rules before we put the cookies down, “you can have a cookie after dinner”. And with our third child we learn that no matter how many times you say wait to have a cookie, the cookies still disappear. With our first effort in anything we learn, our second we test, our third we begin to perfect, although in all fairness may be a long time still coming as evidenced by my efforts at carpentry.

You see predictive behavior unfold before you all the time, just walk down the grocery aisle and see how companies have paid for spot placement knowing that shelf A will produce more sales than shelf B. Years of watching sales and consumer behavior taught the grocery industry how to price shelves and predict sales. Now, with years of behavioral data on hand, it’s digital time to do the same, but in even a more impactful way.

Imagine running campaigns where we know the next site you will go to or what you will buy on Amazon tomorrow even without you conducting a single product search. Imagine the whisper of an idea in your mind touching you the exact moment an ad does. Imagine predicting with 99% accuracy what the engagement of your campaign will be before you launch it.

Tomorrow is closer than we think.

As a child of the 80’s my collection of favorite Saturday morning cartoons is quite extensive. ThunderCats, He-Man, Transformers, Scooby-Doo, Care-Bears, Smurfs and their underwater cousins the often forgotten Snorks. The list could go on and on from the fuzzy feel-goods of Gummi Bears to the more adventure themed Voltron, as a father of four it often pains me that Saturday morning cartoons have ridin’ into the sunset and even the greats are slowly fading from memory.

Lucky for me, every time we pull data for a PunchDrunk campaign report I’m infused with the smile rendering jingle of one of my all-time favorites: G.I. Joe and their catchy catch phrase “Knowing is half the battle.”

Digital has been a much-needed addition into a marketing mix by providing data at a level that our marketing fore-founders could never have imagined possible. Here at PunchDrunk we have access to enough data to build a profile tower to the moon and back. When we run a digital campaign for our partners we capture the most basic of information, such as gender, age, income, relationship status, as well as much deeper data points, like what artist someone is listening to on Spotify, what they just purchased on Amazon, and everything in between. We know what someone is researching, buying, enjoying, and hating and thanks to the advancement of mobile technologies, we know where they are, where they are going, and how often they go there.

But for our team, knowing is only half the battle. Reporting that your best customers love Game of Thrones, are researching a new Audi, and leaving bad reviews for that Mexican restaurant down the street is interesting, but it only becomes valuable when you do something with that knowledge.
So we work in tandem with our partners allowing our digital learnings to bolster their traditional marketing, optimize ads to increase visibility among top converters, reach more of our ideal customers while using less budget to do so.

Here’s an example of how to make the data you get on a PunchDrunk report work for you:

Recently we were working with an airport in the Florida Panhandle who had just opened up daily non-stops to Chicago at an incredible low rate. They thought the rate alone would jump start ticket sales, but as is all too common the build it and they will come mentality wasn’t working, so they partnered with us to get the word out. We employed multiple digital tactics ranging from more standard approaches like Pay-Per-Click to more cutting edge display tactics like Next Generation Behavioral Targeting and Mobile GeoFollow. The campaign started and we saw ticket sales increase. Our response rates and conversions were a cut above industry standards, but nothing that would make Skeletor shake in his boots.

The magic happened once we started digging into the data of the people who were converting – that is actually purchasing direct flight tickets. We noticed a major trend, over 70% of our convertors where into exercising. We saw people purchasing home gym equipment, visiting running websites with high frequency, actually going to Yoga classes and not just paying the monthly memberships. It didn’t take rocket science to realize that we were onto something, but what to do with that knowledge after all knowing is ONLY half the battle.

Through some great brainstorming sessions with the airport and our team we came up with an idea to build some new creative. We would showcase a woman running down Michigan Avenue and a couple paddle boarding in the smooth ocean of the Gulf of Mexico. It worked. Our engagement increased by 53% and our conversions by over 70%. We felt like super-heros and our partners at the airport were fast to give us testimonials and high-fives, but alas no free tickets to Paris.

Data Drowning is a real thing and with all the abilities of digital to track and report, what good is knowing information if you don’t act on it? Be a Hero, be a Joe, and walk out of report meetings with one phrase echoing in your mind, “Knowing is only half the battle”… then walk into the elevator and shout “Go Joe”, the stares you get will be in admiration.


And just in case you have absolutely no clue about any 80’s cartoons or you want some SOLID reminiscing time pop some pop-corn, grab a co-worker, and prepare for a 23-minute ride of nostalgia:

Top 25 80’s Children’s TV Intro’s

My first days as an intern at PunchDrunk has really opened my eyes to a new world and gave me insight to a new career path. I have learned and obtained a remarkable amount of skills in just a few weeks of working with them. For example, dealing with SEO, PPC, and Display advertising. Not only is it a great working environment, I really saw the energy and dedication PunchDrunk has for all of its clients, as well as its employees. I knew from the beginning I would love working with this amazing company. I have learned that there is no harm in exceeding expectations. As Francis Bacon said, “A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds”.

When we ran our digital campaign with Steve and Marcy our website had the most traffic we have ever had in our history. The only thing we did differently was their digital strategy. We are now talking to them about doing an annual contract.

We need experts like you to help us in these areas. So glad we’re working with PunchDrunk.

We can’t afford to give it (Next Gen BT) up.

We used PunchDrunk for a small campaign to promote the renovation of a local fitness center. With less than one month of promotion they delivered in a huge way. We increased membership – 36 new yoga club members and 24 weight room club memberships during campaign!!!

“PunchDrunk is truly the Bomb Dot Com. They are amazing and the best partners you could find.”

“Y’all rock socks!”

“When it comes to digital advertising…they are the best!!!”

“As a small agency, working with PunchDrunk just makes sense.  We don’t have the time or manpower to be experts in digital, so the only way to offer the best quality solution to our clients is to work with the experts.  Since making the switch from in-house to partnering with PunchDrunk, we’ve regained time to focus on strategy and can plug PunchDrunk directly into that equation.  It’s a beautiful solution for individual businesses and agencies alike.”

“Finding PunchDrunk was one of the best business decisions we have made. Using their services as part of our digital marketing campaign has contributed to explosive growth in revenue in the past 5 months. Plus, the reporting is truly invaluable.”

“PunchDrunk is an incredible team. They are there for us at any time to answer all of the crazy questions we have. The attention to detail on the front, middle, and back end of our campaigns has made a tremendous impact for GDC and, more importantly, our clients. Not only does PunchDrunk give us what we ask for, they go above-and-beyond in providing strategic and sound ways to help us target the challenges our clients face. We see them as part of our team and absolutely love them professionally and personally.”