Digital Media

The average person is exposed to approximately 3000 media messages on a daily basis, and Dirty Chook makes sure that yours is one that sticks. We’re excited by the changes that are happening in the marketing world and in digital media. Dirty Chook is proficient in all things ‘internet’. We help your company take advantage of what it has to offer, as well as booking and utilising the available channels associated with doing so.

Retargeting – You know that ad on the side of your Facebook page that has an uncanny resemblance to all the Googling/online shopping you’ve been doing the last few days? We can do that.

Search Engine Marketing (SEM) – You want to be on the front page of the most widely used search engine in the world? We can get you there. With a combination of specific keywords, the use of Google AdWords and improvements to your website, we can unlock the advantage of targeting potential customers through keyword research, optimization and search engine marketing.

Social Media Advertising – You like it? We like it too. We specialise in the big four –Twitter advertising, Facebook advertising, YouTube advertising and LinkedIn. But, using new forms of technology like these are not, in themselves, a creative idea. You need a social media plan. Cue Dirty Chook. We find ways to enhance your business Facebook page and your social media usage, and turn it into a strategic and worthwhile tool. As well as that, we can book ads for your business on all of these platforms. Talk about onto it.

Google Analytics & Tracking – There’s no use doing all that work and just winking in the dark. Dirty Chook will do the tracking for you, so we know down to every click what consumers are frothing over and what’s scrolled by in favour of a cat video. If you’re not tracking your user interactions, you may as well be posting cat videos too.

With commercialism hitting an all time high and digital media taking over in a big way, you want your product, your brand and your company being in the forefront of potential customers’ minds, while