Our clients include GO Rentals, Mighty Ape, Stuff.co.nz, Kordia, Makita, Postie and many more. We have a strong pedigree of providing quality Digital Marketing Services including SEO, Google Adwords Management, Website Design & Development, Social Media Marketing, Google Analytics and Conversion Rate Optimisation. Check out the icons below to see how Digital Hothouse can help your business.
Digital Hothouse was set up to be a different kind of digital marketing agency. After experience of working both client and agency side, we were sick of constantly serving our bosses, but not the end client. We know what benefits our clients and how we can provide the best possible service, ensuring one singular key outcome to our clients.
That key outcome? Return on Investment.
Everything we do focuses 100% on your ROI. Our reporting has a central focus on ROI, so that you, the client, can see that the work we do has a positive outcome on your business. Not just ranking increases or improvements on clickthrough rate – but clear actionable data, showing increases in sales, revenue, leads, or whatever’s important to your business.
The Essential Mums website was being run by a large Auckland Digital agency. Digital Hothouse were brought in to review and improve on their existing adwords campaign and achieved results of a 60% average drop in the CPC and now run the Stuff.co.nz Adwords Campaigns
Merging two separate websites into one easy to manage domain but still keeping geographical separation using the WordPress CMS so that the PacTranz staff were able to edit and add content easily and quickly and migrating to keep all SEO authority worked upon.
This year’s search marketing conference in Sydney had undertaken a rebrand from SMX to SMS but what didn’t change was the quality line up of presenters from across the world who kept us informed and entertained across the three days. From Google to Disney, Wordstream to the SEM Post the big guns were out in […]
Here at Digital Hothouse, we’re huge advocates of mobile-first thinking. We have seen the trends over time. Mobile is outgrowing desktop usage and is now responsible for close to 60% of all internet traffic. In a recent blog post for Moz, Eric Enge of Stone Temple Consulting looked into some interesting trends that show that […]