Richter7 is an advertising, public relations, digital/database marketing and social media communications company, located in Salt Lake City. At the foot of some very tall mountains.
Our forte is accelerating your brand adoption curve and maximizing customer lifetime value. This begins by disrupting the status quo, for which we have a knack.
We offer a variety of strategic planning, market research and brand development services such as: brand modeling, touch point strategy, audience profiling and performance tracking.
Our clients love publicity, especially on a national scale. We arrange interviews for clients in major markets, introduce them to media contacts and prepare them to successfully deliver messages succinctly.
Over 65 years and $100 million worth of planning and purchasing expertise in over 40 markets nationwide. That's called, 'a lot.' Our media clout allows us to obtain ultracompetitive rates and value-added opportunities. Our top-tier media research tools help us to aim and present messages with laser-like accuracy.
Sure, we develop websites, microsites, landing pages, media rich banners, applications, animations, videos and mobile-enabled sites (responsive and stand-alone). But we also connect the digital dots so that the best user-experience is possible while increasing convertions.
Because the fastest growing segment of today’s marketing world is the social media realm, the right social media campaign will build new, stronger and more meaningful and trusting connections with prospects and consumers.
From keyword search to digital media strategies, to the development of web properties, we create online success.
Unless an item is purchased by impulse, most prospects will invest some amount of research and deliberation as part of their purchase cycle. Richter7's lead nurturing programs will help you focus on your greatest revenue opportunities.
'They’re not the biggest, but creatively, they’re among the brightest…the work is always fresh.'CREATIVITY Magazine
'At Richter7, character shows in the work, and in the people who produce it.'U.S. Ad Review
'The agency has been the focus of articles in ADWEEK, Communication Arts, and others, all of which serve as a measure of how the unbiased industry press feel about the agency’s growing stature as a regional powerhouse.'ADNEWS
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