“Our goal is to be an extension of our client’s business so they feel like we’re part of their own company,” remarks Brad Nietfeldt, owner of Omaha Media Group LLC. “We’ve actually written job descriptions for some of our clients so they can hire people who are able to work with us seamlessly.”
Clients of OMG range from mom-and-pop companies to Fortune 500 corporations. Nietfeldt says the needs of a startup can be just as complex as those of a large corporation. Most clients interface with a relationship manager and a project manager at OMG.
When OMG designs a website, the focus is not just on advertising the company but on getting results. “One of our clients is a large automotive company,” Nietfeldt says. “In just one quarter of 2016 we doubled their website traffic and increased their revenues by 86 percent.”
As a creative management firm, OMG offers a broad spectrum of services including digital marketing, search engine optimization, mobile application development, social media management, email marketing, pay-per-click marketing, marketing automation, and financial application development. Providing comprehensive services allows clients to use OMG as a one-stop shop for their online marketing program.
“For every website or mobile application that we build, we typically manage our client’s complete digital marketing and SEO strategies while focusing on long-term return on investment,” Nietfeldt explains. “We create custom strategies for individual clients based on their specific needs.”
Omaha Media Group LLC’s main office is in Omaha, and the company also maintains offices in Denver and Austin. “Our Denver office gives us easy access to international clients out of DIA as well as clients on the West Coast,” Nietfeldt explains. “Our Austin office allows us to meet regularly with Texas clients and to train apprentices from the University of Texas and the Moody School for Marketing, and we just opened a new office in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.”
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18010 R Plaza, Suite 107
Omaha, NE 68135
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