Pathmaker Marketing

West Chicago, IL

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About this pro

How does your service stand out?

With us, you're a big fish in a little pond, not a little fish in a big pond. We're smaller, so we care about our getting to know our clients, and serving them over the long run.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

Generating revenues. Creating cool things online that work well. Solving Problems.

Location

West Chicago, IL 60185

Years in business

11

Number of employees

10

Times hired on Thumbtack

1

Reviews

2 Reviews
  • Colin V. Feb 10, 2015
    Pathmaker Marketing has been a trusted marketing partner for many years. Randall and his team have helped us on many occasions with digital marketing, search engine optimization, and with general advice and suggestions for our online presence.
  • Ben L. Feb 9, 2015
    I would like to take a moment and thank Pathmaker Marketing, Randall and his team for all the help on our website. We feel very blessed to have found a company that listened to our needs in a site and performed at a high level. The overall product is excellent and was changing with the amount of custom items we added to our site. Randall and his team listened to our needs and we are thrilled with the final result. I would highly recommend Pathmaker Marketing!!

Q&A

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I attend Marketing Sherpa every year.
What types of customers have you worked with?
Web Design, Web Development, WordPress Sites, SiteApex Sites, Volusion Ecommerce Expert, Email Marketing, Email fundraising, Landing Page Optimization, Search Engine Marketing, Name Acquisition, Google & Bing Webmaster, Search Engine Optimization, Blogging, Link Building, Google Adwords
Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?
http:virginialanddeals.com http://www.greaterworksinternational.co/
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
All agencies do two things in quoting: 1. Estimate the time to complete your project. 2. Calculate that time by their hourly rate. That's how a project gets quoted to you. Ask them to tell you how much time they are estimating your project to take, and what rate they are charging you. That will reveal a lot.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
It usually takes longer than you think, because it's often more complicated than it looks, although no one likes to tell you that.