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AEK Media is a boutique, award-winning digital growth agency. Providing end-to-end digital solutions from website strategy, design, development and marketing.

End-to-end digital solutions

We're an website and marketing agency.

We live and breathe the online world, running our very own websites that have driven millions in traffic and sales. We bring this experience to our client’s websites by creating customised experiences in a world where cookie cutter websites are no longer effective.

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A unique,

We’re a team of passionate and experienced minds, driven to understand your business. What you like, what represents your brand and the competitive advantages you have. We pair this deep understanding to craft content-rich websites that deliver results.

Website Design

  • Specialised design mockups, tailored to your customer.
  • Conversion-focused UI/UX designs.
  • Responsive experiences, across all devices.

Website Development

  • Informative & eCommerce websites, developed on the platform best-suited to your needs.
  • Custom functionality to support your customer journey.
  • A flexible website that grows with your business.

Ongoing Support

  • Ensure your website stays up to date and secure.
  • Implement new funtionality as your business grows.
  • Rescue projects for existing websites.

Creative Assets

  • Custom graphic design to match your brand and uplift your website experience.
  • In-house image and video production.

API Integrations

  • Integrate with essential parts of your business.
  • Inventory management, Shipping Apps, CRM/CMS integrations.
  • Data Migrations.

Digital Marketing

  • Leveraging data to implement conversion-optimised design.
  • Understanding your customer's pathway with screen recording, heatmaps & analytics.
  • SEO-friendly design and framework.

Leveraging cross-industry expertise

We take our from across platforms to provide you with the best approach.

No matter if it’s website development or conversion results, we keep it simple. We shift the dial on conversions to give power back to business owners. Get to know how your customers think as we create a custom growth plan tailored for your business. Plus, with our transparent consulting, you’ll always know what’s going on.

Taking experience from our own online brands.

Enhanced eCommerce & Lead-Gen

We’re passionate about creating content-rich website experiences that drive business growth. Established from the latest UX design principles and paired with our digital marketing expertise, we communicate your brand story in an effective format that exceeds your customer’s needs and ensures you stand out from competition.
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Digital marketing is the use of digital channels to connect with customers where they spend most of the time: online. This means search engines, email, websites, social media, and mobile. Marketing is about connecting with your audience in the right place, at the right time and with the right message. That’s why digital marketing is growing. Because people are spending more time online. There’s a whole heap of tactics and channels that fall under the umbrella of digital marketing. One of the most common is Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). This is the process of optimising your web pages to rank higher in search engine results to increase the amount of organic traffic to your web page. Paid advertising, or Pay Per Click, is a method of driving traffic to your website by paying the advertising channel every time your ad is clicked. For example, Google Adwords allows you to bid for space at the top of Google’s search engine results pages. There are other types of digital advertising, such as banner ads on websites and video ads on YouTube. Content marketing is another common digital marketing tactic. This is the creation and promotion of content, such as blog posts, ebooks and infographics, to generate brand awareness, traffic and lead generation. Content marketing is more than blogging – done well, it should move your prospect through the different stages of the conversion stages: awareness, evaluation and conversion. Social media advertising is a growing digital marketing tactic. Why? Because more and more people are hanging out on social media channels, like Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. As of 2020, Facebook had 2.89 billion monthly active users. And around 2.2 BILLION daily active users. So if you want to get your offer seen by your target audience, social media is a pretty good place to start. Speaking of insanely effective digital marketing tactics, let’s talk about email marketing. Far from being dead, email marketing generates $38 for every $1 spent, which is an astounding 3,800% ROI These are just a few of the digital marketing tactics you can use. But as with offline marketing, the best results come when you use them together to hit your marketing goals: attracting prospects, nurturing relationships and driving conversions. There’s another great thing about digital marketing that we haven’t talked about yet: it’s hugely customisable. You can continuously track and adjust your digital marketing strategy based on what you can see is bringing in the big conversions, and what’s failing. Is Pay-Per-Click advertising giving you an unbelievable return on investment? Ramp up your spend for bigger results. Your Facebook advertising not performing as expected? See how you can change your ads or target for better results. This constant fine-tuning means you can really turbocharge your ROI. One final thing you need to know about digital marketing? It’s NOT an option. Any business with an online presence, and even some without, must have a digital marketing strategy in place. You simply cannot be expected to survive without it.

Digital marketing is the use of digital channels to connect with customers where they spend most of the time: online. This means search engines, email, websites, social media, and mobile. Marketing is about connecting with your audience in the right place, at the right time and with the right message. That’s why digital marketing is growing. Because people are spending more time online.

There’s a whole heap of tactics and channels that fall under the umbrella of digital marketing. One of the most common is Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). This is the process of optimising your web pages to rank higher in search engine results to increase the amount of organic traffic to your web page.

Paid advertising, or Pay Per Click, is a method of driving traffic to your website by paying the advertising channel every time your ad is clicked. For example, Google Adwords allows you to bid for space at the top of Google’s search engine results pages. There are other types of digital advertising, such as banner ads on websites and video ads on YouTube.

Content marketing is another common digital marketing tactic. This is the creation and promotion of content, such as blog posts, ebooks and infographics, to generate brand awareness, traffic and lead generation. Content marketing is more than blogging – done well, it should move your prospect through the different stages of the conversion stages: awareness, evaluation and conversion.

Social media advertising is a growing digital marketing tactic. Why? Because more and more people are hanging out on social media channels, like Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. As of 2020, Facebook had 2.89 billion monthly active users. And around 2.2 BILLION daily active users. So if you want to get your offer seen by your target audience, social media is a pretty good place to start.

Speaking of insanely effective digital marketing tactics, let’s talk about email marketing. Far from being dead, email marketing generates $38 for every $1 spent, which is an astounding 3,800% ROI

These are just a few of the digital marketing tactics you can use. But as with offline marketing, the best results come when you use them together to hit your marketing goals: attracting prospects, nurturing relationships and driving conversions.

There’s another great thing about digital marketing that we haven’t talked about yet: it’s hugely customisable. You can continuously track and adjust your digital marketing strategy based on what you can see is bringing in the big conversions, and what’s failing. Is Pay-Per-Click advertising giving you an unbelievable return on investment? Ramp up your spend for bigger results. Your Facebook advertising not performing as expected? See how you can change your ads or target for better results. This constant fine-tuning means you can really turbocharge your ROI.

One final thing you need to know about digital marketing? It’s NOT an option. Any business with an online presence, and even some without, must have a digital marketing strategy in place. You simply cannot be expected to survive without it.

Digital marketing is changing at a rapid rate. Any marketer worth their salt knows that you can never stop learning, listening and looking ahead. There are some digital marketing trends no company can afford to ignore.

Some trends may not surprise you. The rise of mobile, for example, has been happening for a while now, which means there are no excuses for failing to meet user expectations across digital devices. But there are still many businesses yet to realise its true impact on ad spend, content and even creative.

When you talk about trends in digital marketing, search has got to be one of the fastest changing beasts. Voice search is the latest trend that companies should know about and many brands have included it in their digital marketing strategies. Domino’s Pizza uses voice search technology to let customers order pizzas through Alexa. But don’t expect it replace displayed search just yet. SEO and paid search still have a huge role to play in digital marketing. Many brands have started including voice search in their digital marketing strategies to deliver value-based content effectively to their customers.

Next up is programmatic advertising. This is the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to automate ad buying, so you can target more specific audiences more efficiently and bid on ads in real-time. The most significant advantage of programmatic advertising is that it is faster, which means higher conversions and lower customer acquisition costs. According to eMarketer, almost 90% of digital display ads in the US will be programmatic by 2020, and we’re sure Australia won’t be far behind.

Another AI-related trend is chatbots. This is the use of instant messaging to chat in real-time, day or night, with your website visitors. This is already happening, 80% of businesses already using or planning to use chatbots by 2020. For example, Uber uses chatbot technology to communicate with customers.

Next up is video marketing. This tactic has exploded in the past year. You only need to look at Facebook to see that most content is now in video form. If you were in any doubt about whether to include video in your digital marketing strategy, here’s a few video stats to convince you: 70% of consumers say that they have shared a brand’s video, 72% of businesses say video has improved their conversion rate and more than 50% of consumers say that watching product videos makes them more confident in online purchase decisions.

To stay ahead of the curve and increase conversions in the coming year, brands need to get better at producing custom, conversational content, especially video content, to share with your hyper-targeted audience. There are sure to some surprises in store for digital marketing too, but so long as you stay alert, you won’t be left behind.

The good news? When you work with Online Marketing Gurus, you can be confident our team is on top of the latest trends. Our team of experts is always testing new strategies and finding out which ones work and which ones don’t. We constantly keep track of our performance so we can make changes when needed and mobilise when trends appear. 

The simple answer is this: digital marketing helps turbocharge your revenue. Done right, digital marketing will skyrocket leads, boost conversions and drive profits. The reason is simple. More and more consumers are going online first to research and buy products. According to Forbes, 82% of consumers conduct research online. Tech Crunch reports that 79% of people shop online. So how do you reach these consumers, engage them and convince them to spend their dollars with you? The answer is digital marketing.

The best way to see what digital marketing can do for your business is to take a look at how it’s worked for other businesses. Especially if those businesses have the same goals as you.

Our case studies are a great place to start. You can see how Crimson Education aligned their digital marketing efforts to skyrocket customer acquisition and achieve a 10:1 ROI across all marketing investment. We’re talking a 1,000% increase in global traffic and 1,450% growth in global organic conversions!

Sydney-based distillery Archie Rose Distilling Co. have seen some serious revenue growth from their multi-channel digital approach. Over 230% growth in total digital marketing revenue, 30% growth in YoY organic revenue and 200% more growth in paid revenue.

These business success stories are a testament to the power of digital marketing. With the right strategies and expert implementation, businesses of all types and sizes can increase their reach and conversions.

Here’s the thing: digital marketing isn’t just for online businesses. Digital marketing has a dramatic impact on bricks-and-mortar sales too. This magical effect is known as the “digital influence”. Many consumers have already decided what to buy before they enter the store. Once upon a time, this was influenced by catalogues and other traditional marketing methods. But these days, their decision is increasingly influenced by digital channels. Facebook reports that 49% of in-store purchases are influenced by digital interactions, with over half taking place on mobile. Shoppers are turning to their digital device to compare products, access product information and check product availability. Plus, shoppers are also using digital while in the store to find out more about products, compare and check prices online. By using digital marketing to zone in on those moments, you can make sure consumers are choosing you over your competitors.

Another way digital marketing can give your business the edge? Data. Digital marketing gives you a gold mine of data, which you can use to deliver more relevant, more personalised campaigns. We’re talking hyper-targeted marketing that lets you focus your efforts and dollars on those people who are most likely to convert. For instance, let’s say that you want to create a paid search campaign for a new product. Using analytics, you can see which messages and ad creative achieved the most conversions with your target audience. Then, use these insights to reproduce this success with future campaigns, meaning you can avoid unnecessary costs and focus your efforts (and budget) on the tactics most likely to boost your bottom line.

We know what you’re thinking – this all sounds great but how do I make digital marketing work for my business? Our Digital Growth Gurus are here to help. Talk to us about how we can tap into digital marketing to hit your growth goals.

Digital marketing is changing at a rapid rate. Any marketer worth their salt knows that you can never stop learning, listening and looking ahead. There are some digital marketing trends no company can afford to ignore.

Some trends may not surprise you. The rise of mobile, for example, has been happening for a while now, which means there are no excuses for failing to meet user expectations across digital devices. But there are still many businesses yet to realise its true impact on ad spend, content and even creative. Here’s a stat that will refresh your focus: mobile will account for 72% of digital ad spend by 2019. (eMarketer).

When you talk about trends in digital marketing, search has got to be one of the fastest changing beasts. Voice search is the latest trend that companies should know about and many brands have included it in their digital marketing strategies. Domino’s Pizza uses voice search technology to let customers order pizzas through Alexa. But don’t expect it replace displayed search just yet. SEO and paid search still have a huge role to play in digital marketing. Many brands have started including voice search in their digital marketing strategies to deliver value-based content effectively to their customers.

Next up is programmatic advertising. This is the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to automate ad buying, so you can target more specific audiences more efficiently and bid on ads in real-time. The most significant advantage of programmatic advertising is that it is faster, which means higher conversions and lower customer acquisition costs. Digital display advertising spending in the United States amounted to $35.24 billion US dollars and is expected to reach $52.76 billion by the end of 2020. (Statista)

Another AI-related trend is chatbots. This is the use of instant messaging to chat in real-time, day or night, with your website visitors. This is already happening, 80% of businesses already using or planning to use chatbots by 2020. For example, Uber uses chatbot technology to communicate with customers.

Next up is video marketing. This tactic has exploded in the past year. You only need to look at Facebook to see that most content is now in video form. If you were in any doubt about whether to include video in your digital marketing strategy, here’s a few video stats to convince you: 70% of consumers say that they have shared a brand’s video, 72% of businesses say video has improved their conversion rate and more than 50% of consumers say that watching product videos makes them more confident in online purchase decisions.

To stay ahead of the curve and increase conversions in the coming year, brands need to get better at producing custom, conversational content, especially video content, to share with your hyper-targeted audience. There are sure to some surprises in store for digital marketing too, but so long as you stay alert, you won’t be left behind.

The good news? When you work with Online Marketing Gurus, you can be confident our team is on top of the latest trends.