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It's about giving back with something we consider far more valuable than money: the ability for organizations to understand and run their own digital marketing campaigns, long-term.
BALTIMORE, MD, November 25, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Dragonfly Digital Marketing is offering a free digital marketing program designed to provide $1150 worth of search engine optimization (SEO), social media, content marketing, and other online services to non-profits and businesses who are active in Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington, DC communities. The program, called Digital Development, seeks to establish foundational elements for an organization's digital marketing plan and empower those organizations to continue the plan on their own beyond the timeframe of the program.
"Competing online is crucial to the success of organizations in the modern age, especially during the current atmosphere. Because digital marketing can be expensive, many businesses and non-profits must either try to do these things on their own, or forgo them altogether. We believe in the power of community and want to use our skills to make a true difference for other organizations that are making a difference in the world," commented Geoff Hoesch, CEO of Dragonfly Digital Marketing. "We wanted to establish Dragonfly Digital Marketing as a local business willing to help grow the Baltimore-Washington community. It's about giving back with something we consider far more valuable than just money: the ability for organizations to understand and run their own digital marketing campaigns, long-term."
The program is now open for applications, and companies and non-profits can apply on the Dragonfly Digital Marketing website, at https://dragonflydm.com/digital-development.
Dragonfly Digital Marketing is a Baltimore-based digital marketing firm that promotes organizations online through search engine optimization (SEO), paid advertising, social media, and content marketing. They have been based in Baltimore since 2007.
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