Digital media agency, Loud Days has burst back into the Melbourne scene by winning three major clients.
The clients include Spanish energy & infrastructure giant ACCIONA, not-for-profit Deaf Children Australia and re-signing of Australian building icon Bowens – adding to a roster of clients who have made the switch to Loud Days’ data-driven approach and focus on sales performance and minimising budget wastage.
“I saw an opportunity to take the agency in a new direction. I want to deliver greater return on our client’s marketing dollar and to offer true transparency – a challenge to the status quo of many Australian agencies,” said Loud Days General Manager, Mathew Fagan.
“Rather than waiting for a post-campaign analysis, our clients benefit from live data dashboards so they are always aware of the performance of their campaigns. Continuous monitoring of data allows us to make nimble and fast-acting optimisations, and clients can see it all, and have the full picture.” Mathew said.
“After spending 15 years client-side in some of the top online brands in Asia-Pacific, Europe and U.S., I understand the huge benefits of working with a great agency, but I also understand some of the frustrations that clients continue to face today. I want to bring that client-side lens into the agency,” Mathew continued.
“Loud Days was the clear winner throughout the pitch process. They offered the skillset; knowledge and reputation that we need to grow our business in the Australian market. Importantly, their approach allows us, as the client, to stay in the drivers’ seat. We have full visibility into all as aspects of our account and can confidently execute our SEO, Social Media and Paid Search strategies alongside our Loud Days team,” said Emma Reiners, General Manager Brand & Marketing of ACCIONA Australia.
With its roots in Social Media, Loud Days has expanded its team to become a full-service digital marketing agency; with collective experience from global agencies, boutique agencies, and client-side. Offering digital strategy, social media content, digital advertising, website development and SEO. All underpinned by data-driven decision-making.
“Loud Days has been an integral partner to Bowens and Showroom by Bowens. They’ve helped deliver our marketing strategy across various digital channels and we’re delighted to continue working with them as our business benefits from the expansion of their capabilities,” said Will Keys, Marketing Manager Bowens.
Loud Days is a leading data-driven digital marketing agency in Melbourne. We leverage our expertise to develop business and marketing strategies that return tangible results for clients. Visit us at louddays.com
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