Ironpaper, which is based in New York City and Charlotte, North Carolina, is a growth marketing agency focusing on digital channels. Its mission is to help clients obtain valuable leads and topline growth though marketing and sales. As with most digital marketing agencies, Ironpaper looks to merge marketing and sales journeys to drive up the buyer experience.
Ironpaper was established in 2002 by Jonathan Franchell. Its core expertise is in web strategy, lead generation, sales nurturing, content marketing, advertising, and marketing/sales automation.
Some of its accolades include HubSpot Diamond Partner, Databox Premier Partner, Digital Agency Network’s “Best Agency in the US,” 2017, and an official member of the Forbes Agency Council.
Ironpaper employs over 40 full-time staff and says its guiding mantra is to produce work that is an intersection of creative strategy and data-driven decision making. Some of its clients are Nokia, CrossFit, SAP, Telmar, and more.
Ironpaper client reviews indicate a certain degree of client success. Their website states they were able to increase lead generation for a high-tech B2B company by 3000%, sales for a non-profit organization by 500%, an improvement in sales qualified leads and customer conversions by 300%, the number of sales-ready deals for a SaaS IT company by 400%.
It’s a similar case with Ironpaper glassdoor reviews. Employees rate it a challenging place to work but add that it’s a great place to learn digital skills and keep abreast with the industry. Overall, it has about 3.9 stars (out of 5) with 100% of respondents approving of the CEO.
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