These Two Latino Entrepreneurs Are Changing The Digital Marketing Industry

If you’re an entrepreneur, you understand the importance of client acquisition. Let’s face it: It’s the lifeblood of your business. Drawing customers to your products or services using content marketing, social media, & e-mails are just some of the ways one can acquire clients. But is that enough? For far too long, big companies have […]

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If you’re an entrepreneur, you understand the importance of client acquisition. Let’s face it: It’s the lifeblood of your business.

Drawing customers to your products or services using content marketing, social media, & e-mails are just some of the ways one can acquire clients.

But is that enough?

For far too long, big companies have tried to monopolize the industry and argue that their fancy corporate offices in sky-rise buildings was the only way to go when it came to choosing a digital agency. 

In today’s day & age, it’s not enough to simply implement a strategy. 

Now, more than ever, the proper foundation must be implemented.

And if there’s a group that understands that all too well, is the team behind Latin America’s Fastest Growing Digital Marketing Agency, Digifianz, co-founded by entrepreneurs Dan Patiño & Luis Silva-Ball

“I LEFT CORPORATE AMERICA SPECIFICALLY TO HELP BUSINESSES PROSPECT NEW CLIENTS AND HELP THEM REACH THEIR OVERALL GROWTH GOALS IN AN ORGANIC & PERSONALIZED WAY,” SAID DAN PATIÑO CEO AND CO-FOUNDER OF DIGIFIANZ.

Today, the full service digital marketing agency is disrupting the marketing industry, focusing not only on acquiring more qualified leads and clients for B2B and Education brands in Latin America using the latest inbound marketing technology but by also understanding that it is only by building genuine relationships with their clients and understanding their challenges, that one is able to successfully implement a digital marketing campaign.  

From conversion rate optimization & sales funnels, CRM Implementation, to e-mail marketing & beyond, these two Latino entrepreneurs understand the importance of not just knowing how to do something but also understanding how to customize every campaign that it’s executed within their agency.

“IT’S A PROVEN PROCESS THAT WE’VE USED SUCCESSFULLY TIME AFTER TIME,” SAYS LUIS SILVA-BALL, ALSO CO-FOUNDER OF DIGIFIANZ. 

“WE ALWAYS CUSTOMIZE THE PROCEDURE FOR EVERY CUSTOMER, DEPENDING ON THEIR NEEDS AND BUDGET.” HE ADDED.

The Latino entrepreneurs, of Venezuelan descent but currently living in Argentina, developed a customized workshop for their customers to experience and discover their challenges and figure out a game plan to implement a solution. 

“THE KEY TO CREATING POWERFUL CONTENT IS TO KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE BETTER THAN THEY KNOW THEMSELVES. SPEAK TO YOUR AUDIENCE AS IF IT WERE A PERSON THAT’S RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU. IT DOESN’T MATTER IF IT FEELS LIKE YOU’RE EXCLUDING OTHER POTENTIAL BUYERS AND READERS. YOUR MESSAGE SHOULD BE TAILORED TO ONE SPECIFIC GROUP OF PEOPLE.” SAID LUIS SILVA-BALL.

And if one thing is clear, is this: The days of the corporate world are over. 

From now on, Digifianz and other companies alike, are the new kids on the block. And they’re taking over the digital marketing world, one client at a time.  

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