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PrestiDigital Media is a comprehensive marketing, business strategy and digital development firm. We specialize in providing marketing that starts with the basics of a strong brand and take you through to on-going digital and traditional campaigns that build your business the right way. Our clients span multiple markets because while the product may change, the fundamentals of great marketing don’t. Our portfolio includes Non-Profits, Healthcare, Technology, Restaurants, Festivals and Artists.

Services We Provide (18)

Web DesignWeb DevelopmentMobile Application DevelopmentPay-Per-ClickSearch Engine OptimizationSocial Media MarketingPublic RelationsEmail MarketingContent MarketingLocal ListingReputation ManagementBranding/PositioningMarketing Consulting/StrategyCustomer Relationship ManagementMarketing AutomationInbound MarketingUser Experience/User InterfaceVideo Production

Business Overview

Small, Medium, Enterprise

$1,000 or more

$500 or more, monthly

B2C, B2B




Technologies We Support (18)

AWSAdobe Business CatalystConstant ContactDrupalDudaOneGoogle AnalyticsHTMLHubspotImageCafeJavaMail ChimpShopifySquareSpaceTypo3WeeblyWixWooCommerceWordPress

Industry Expertise (1)

Business Services

What Makes Us Different?

OK, yes, we’re obligated to tell you that we specialize in all things digital—search engine marketing (and SEO—Search Engine Optimization—but really, Google—we speak and specialize in Google, because, let’s face it, they’re still the big boys on the internet block and dictate how and what the rest of us should be doing and paying attention to), social media, mobile marketing, and web design and development. But then, most every digital marketing entity will say that.

How are we different? We respond. Not when it is convenient or between staycations. Right away.

How else? We want to and will take you from before Point A (before starting to work on the website) to beyond Point Z (the completion of the website). Used to be, all you really had to do was build the thing (your website) and you could sit back and wait for folks to Google you, and eventually they’d find you and you’d develop some traffic and maybe even an actual clientele. Back then, maybe all of four years ago, if your site was functional and looked nice, you were way ahead of the game.