At Magneti, we do many things very well. We have a top-notch design team. Our account managers know how to help clients maneuver through projects from strategy to implementation. The strategic planning team is second to none and has delivered results across the U.S. and world. Our thought leaders such as Michael Hannigan are unbelievable when it comes to client council. We have a strong public relations arm that lands clients in targeted media to help with empowerment, sales, and storytelling. I think the record speaks for itself. Magneti helps clients win in many areas of professional communications and our metrics prove this.
In professional communications, like in baseball, the five-tool player (or complete player) is what each organization seeks. That is how teams win – with talent. Today I am pleased to announce that at Magneti we have added key talent to our team and arsenal of offerings – and we are now even more complete and ready to offer more options and bigger wins for clients. We have acquired Internet Strategies, a company I have long admired as a leader across the nation in the digital marketing space. Ray Cameron, founder of Internet Strategies, is a friend, colleague, and now teammate who brings countless years of helping clients win (results, results, results!) in the digital space. His entire team joins us, and now Magneti has a powerhouse of a digital team at its fingertips. These digital ninjas will help clients achieve maximum results in SEO, PPC advertising, social media, certain design elements. and more. Just like the perfect baseball player, Magneti now has all the tools needed to help clients achieve even more great things.
We couldn’t be more thrilled to have Ray and his team from Internet Strategies join our operation. We are now that five-tool player in major league baseball, and I couldn’t be more excited. Now, if only my beloved Boston Red Sox could find a few more five-tool ball players, perhaps my life would be perfect… Another topic for another day. Meanwhile, to the entire team at Magneti — let’s go!