This bitcoin ATM company asked us to look into their Google Ads account to see how we could make their spend more efficient. We audited their campaigns and ads, and found some really fun stuff.
When you’re a startup looking for series A funding, you’re in between a rock and a hard place. Most VCs won’t fund you unless you show traction. But how can you show traction on a limited budget? A new banking startup had that exact problem when trying to show interest in their product. The good news? There’s a great way to accomplish this on a budget.
This API (and VCISO) company wanted to leverage machine learning to create a knowledge center that could support their sales team. See how Crunchy Links used out-of-the-box data collection to build a knowledge center (and an RSS reader) to help this sales team close more deals.
This loan origination company contacted Crunchy Links wanting to improve their ad spend and drive more leads.
Spoiler: They got so many leads they needed to hire more sales reps.
This free online video games company suffered from plateauing traffic and competing pages. Categories and video game pages began dragging each other down the rankings leaving competitors to win in the process. They contacted Crunchy Links to recover their traffic and fix their issues.
This news and magazine website was hit with a manual penalty from Google. Considering this news magazine monetizes their traffic, that meant a huge loss in revenue as well. Crunchy Links was tasked with auditing their site to determine what needed to be done to get them out of that penalty.
It’s Not About The Money. It’s about sending a message. A local Utah artist named Michelle Volz saw the injustices that afflicted on people of color in the United States, and after seeing the death of George Floyd, decided she needed to send a message using her art. Crunchy Links wanted to help get the word out and spread her message of Black Lives Matter across Utah.