Who are we?
Based on the beautiful Gulf Coast of Florida in the City of Bradenton, Deckard & Company's internet and inbound marketing services have increased traffic, brand awareness, and quality clients, customers, and potentials for more than 300 small and mid-sized businesses. We are your boutique marketing agency, so we offer our clients that personal touch they are looking for.
From the all important logo, press release, copywriting, business card and website design to marketing your business online and offline, Deckard & Company creates the perfect and professional first impression for your company. We provide our valued clients one stop for all your marketing needs.
We strive on building trust and the long term relationship with our clients. Connect with us today, to see if we are a good fit for your team. We are here to help you succeed. If you don't succeed, we don't succeed.
Reputation Management & Marketing Service
Build, Manage & Market that 5-Star Reputation!
Today the way our customers, clients and so on find us and then make the decision to buy from us has changed. The power of your business or organizations online reputation is huge and has a very large impact on the behavior of your visitor or customers decision to give you their business. Your online reputation is so important today that search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing list your reviews on search queries (SERPs). We are here to help you build, manage and market that 5-star reputation!
What do we do?
We offer marketing services to make your life easier.
Don't sweat the small stuff.
That's what we are here for.
Deckard & Company offers the finest marketing services available. We manage your customized online presence so you can focus on the important stuff - your business. Our full-service boutique marketing agency provides personalized website design and development, website security, business class email, graphic design, SEO, website hosting and so much more. Don't let your small business get lost. Let us help you be found.
Do you want to capture a piece of the growing local search market?