Frequently Asked Questions
Askings questions is the best way to get to know each other.
Here are a few of the most commonly asked questions we get.
There isn’t a black-and-white answer to this question. We know every dollar counts for small businesses, which is why we’ll always work within your budget and never hard sell you anything.
During your initial consultation or meeting, we’ll discuss our packages and pricing options with you. From there, we’ll communicate where we believe your marketing budget will be best spent based on research and our experience.
If you aren’t ready to invest in a marketing agency, that doesn’t mean we can’t help. We’re always happy to discuss small business marketing over coffee and make suggestions. We also provide free resources in our marketing blog and small business resources.
Yes! Considering 82% of people do online research before making a purchase and 69% of Americans have made a purchase online, small businesses need websites to compete with big businesses. Your website is the foundation of your marketing efforts.
Check out “Five Reasons Why a Small Businesses Need a Strategic Website” to learn more.
Absolutely. We will ask you to sign a new contract for every service or project, but we can certainly add services according to your needs.
The advantage of being a digital marketing agency is that we can work with anyone anywhere. While we are located in Lafayette, Indiana, we have had or are currently serving clients all over the United States, including California, Florida, Georgia, New York, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. For these clients, we hold meetings via video and conference calls.
Everything we do is rooted in strategy, so every project starts with research and strategy development. Learn more about our complete process.
Treefrog was founded in the belief that God doesn’t make mistakes and anything is possible through Him. With this in mind, our mission is to help people because we believe that’s what God has called us to do.
Being a Christian-based marketing agency does not mean that we only work with or hire Christians. Christ served both believers and nonbelievers, and we strive to use our marketing talents and knowledge to do the same.