Jessica Jellema – Results Strategist


Jessica brings a unique balance of skills and insights to the Complete Media Team. Brandishing an Associate’s Degree of Applied Science as a Visual Communications Specialist, Jessica monitors marketing results to assure our clients are benefiting from a positive return on their marketing investment. Extremely detail oriented, she also manages the agency’s work flow, making certain projects are on schedule (or ahead of schedule!) and that clients receive quick responses to any inquiries they may have. Jessica’s specialized skills and laser beam focus on detail make her a great asset to our team and our clients. In her “off” time, Jessica enjoys assisting her boyfriend wrench on his Buick Regal. It has a super charger. We know. Buick Regal…super charger. Sounds made up. It’s not.



Michael Williamson – Marketing Strategist


Michael brings over twenty years of marketing and business development experience to the table. He cut his teeth writing for the SD Department of Tourism, then owned and operated his own small business before migrating to the Southwest. There he gained invaluable experience as a copywriter, designer, audio producer, creative director, p.r. manager, account executive and pool cleaner (his own pool, which he misses dearly each winter). Since his return to Sioux Falls he has continued to add to his experiences, working with non-profits, professional service providers, manufacturers, media outlets, and marketing agency entities.

Michael believes the Complete Media approach to providing marketing solutions for small to medium sized businesses is a game changer. His skills and experiences are invaluable when partnering with our clients. He understands the challenges faced by business owners and what traditional agencies fail to recognize when attempting to serve a client’s best interests.

May 18: Open Forum


Keep It Coming

We always get great feedback from clients who attend the open forum sessions. That’s why we keep bringing them back! We’re opening the doors and inviting anyone to come learn how to enhance their web marketing strategy, get the most out of their campaigns and capitalize on their success.

Come with specific questions or come just to listen and learn. Meet other members of the circle and walk away with some new ideas!

Noon on May 18th at Complete Media.

April 20: Know What Your Visitor Do On Your Website With Site Analytics


Turn Your Hits into Cash

It’s like having the ultimate secret shopper program. They don’t even know they’re helping you out! With Site Analytics, you can determine what exactly the users who access your website are doing – what pages are they visiting, how long are they staying, what part of the world are they from, and how they are getting to your website in the first place!

All this information is key when developing your ongoing strategies for your web marketing campaign. It provides a fuller picture of just who exactly your users are and where they are in the sales pipeline. It helps to determine how to transition them from just a click on the web to a sale on your sheet.

Learn how Site Analytics can help accomplish these goals on April 20th at noon, only at Complete Media. $10 for the general public, free for the Complete Media Circle.



1. The Law of Listening

Success with social media sites and content advertising and marketing requires listening and much less talking. Review your target audience’s online material as well as join conversations to discover just what’s important to them. Only then can you produce material and trigger conversations.

2. The Law of Focus

It’s better to specialize than be a jack-of-all-trades. A highly-focused social media and content marketing technique planned to develop a strong brand has a much better opportunity for success than an wide approach that tries to cover all points.

3. The Law of Quality

Quality outdoes amount. It’s far better to have 1,000 which check out, share as well as speak regarding your material with their very own audiences compared to 10,000 links that disappear after associating with you the very first time.

4. The Law of Patience

Social media and content marketing success doesn’t happen overnight. While it’s feasible to capture lightning in a bottle, it’s much more likely that you’ll spend a lot of time to achieve results.

5. The Law of Compounding

If you publish outstanding, quality material to build your on-line audience of high quality followers, they’ll share it with their own audiences on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, their very own blog sites and also more.This sharing and going over your material opens brand-new ways for online search engines like Google to find it in keyword phrase searches.

6. The Law of Influence

Connect with experts and work to develop connections with them. If you hop on their radar as a reliable, intriguing source of beneficial info, they might share your material with their own followers, which could place you and your company in front of a substantial new audience.

7. The Law of Value

If you invest all your time on the social media directly advertising your services and products, people will quit paying attention. Concentrate less on conversions and more on producing fantastic material and creating relationships. In time, those individuals will certainly come to be an effective stimulant for word-of-mouth advertising and marketing for your company.

8. The Law of Acknowledgment

You would not overlook a person that connects with you in person so don’t neglect them online. Building relationships is one of the most essential components of social media success, so always recognize every person who gets in touch with you.

9. The Law of Accessibility

Do not release your content then disappear. Be available to your audience. That means you need to continually release content and take part in discussions.

10. The Law of Reciprocity

You can’t expect others to share your content if you don’t do the exact same for them. So, a part of the time you invest in social networks ought to be concentrated on sharing and chatting about content shared by others.


Nate Anderson Public Relations and Media Strategy Complete Media Inc.,

The Authorities DAA Definition of Web Analytics

Web Analytics is the measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of Internet information for the functions of understanding and optimizing Web usage.

DAA is the Digital Analytics Association, an organization that identifies industry requirements for the web analytics field.

Is Web Analytics just an elegant word for internet site data?

Web Analytics is often used with Web Site Statistics, yet there is a distinction.

Internet website data (software application) deals with straightforward realities like: How many site visitors did I have last month? The target of site stats is to notify you of these easy truths.

Internet analytics has a different angle, evaluation as apposed to basic reporting. Web analytics goes into a lot more detail and offers a lot more metrics. It tries to make underlying trends clear and ‘the why’ things occur on your website like they do. Its objective, as the definition states, is to assist you boost your site and online marketing.

Naturally there is some overlap between the two, so use this analogy: If webstite stats are the speedometer of your vehicle, internet analytics is the entire dashboard.

How do Web Analytics function?

Simple. Initially we need some data to analyze. A lot of sites have a log file that contains the raw information you have to analyze, it’s called the access log. Conversely, information could be gathered by ‘labeling’ pages with a special javascript code.

The Impact of Web Analytics

What internet analytics will indicate to your business depends on whether or not you do something about it based upon the info it gives. It’s my experience that once you are confronted with this brand-new information, these new understandings and new revelations, they will be extremely hard to dismiss.

In my opinion, internet analytics is THE important tool for any online business. It is (or it SHOULD) be the platform of your internet visibility. It is the feedback that shows you what you are doing, and if it’s working.

Tips on Using Promotional Items


What to Distribute
Nearly anything you can consider could be transformed into a promotional item. A few of the most common and most successful advertising products include:

Pens and various writing tools.
Clothing (custom t-shirts, hats, outerwear, and so on).
Water bottles.
Multiple-use shopping bags.

Logo or No-go?

You probably assume that every promotional item must have your company logo design on it. That’s the point of marketing, right? Not always.

In some cases, customizing the item for the client makes more sense. Putting an excellent consumer’s name on a ballpoint pen, water container, or multiple-use buying bag guarantees they will utilize it– and also tells others where they obtained it.

A tiny business logo is OKAY; just ensure the client’s individual identification shows.


Clothes Caution.

The caution about company logos on items doubles for custom t-shirts, hats, etc. You love your business and the logo. But, unless you are an absolutely cherished brand name,– like Nike– possibilities are your customers will not relish the thought of putting on a cap with your logo design on it.

If, however, you could include a logo with a memorable initial motto, you may have a victor. Examples include “Where’s the Beef?” (Wendy’s), “Got Milk?”(American Dairy Association), or “We Try Harder” (Avis).

Environmental Targeting.

It’s most likely not what you assume it is. Environmental targeting methods are items that will be used in the setting where choices that involve your services or product will be made.

As an example, if you operate an on-line company, hand out mouse pads or flash drives– items that will be utilized when choice makers go to their computers thinking of placing an order.

Stay clear of Short Shelf Life.

Attempt to pick items that will be around for a long time. Simply put, instead of an imprinted pad of sticky notes, go with something that could be used repetitively.

One exemption to the short life span rule is meals. At certain times of the year– significant holidays– a gift of food is welcome and appreciated.

Company logos Can Be Winners.

Your staff members, working trade showcases or county fairs, need to be outfitted in matching shirts, hats, or whatever else is ideal for the setup. That is a smart usage of logo design and also serves the advertising purpose without looking forced.

An additional area you can make use of clothes with logos is with your best customers. They have that “love” attachment to your brand name and will truly cherish the special recognition you offer them by presenting them with branded clothes.

Reward Referrals.

Another area in which a logoed item works well is when an individual has provided you a reference. Award the reference with the company brand and they will feel as if they are unique. Once again, providing an option of more than one item would be best.

Option is King.

Ideally, allow customers to select a promotional product– assuming it is not personalized– from numerous you have available. A person who wants and needs a pen will actually use it. The client or prospect who might make use of an envelope opener will certainly choose that.



We never appear to tire of technology talk. We love debating and talking about the cloud, the Internet, wearables, movement, and also every various other brand-new modern technology that hits the marketplace. And why not? These devices and fads are changing the means we hook up, communicate, market products, as well as engage with our staff members as well as customers.

Even though we talk incessantly about brand-new innovations, we could overlook the truth that it isn’t truly technology that’s driving this change, yet the information and the ideas these modern technologies develop. With this data we have the ability to better recognize what interests folks and motivates them to involve with a brand and get their products.

Social media sites

Social networks are just one of the greatest factors to the ever-increasing mass of large information. Essentially disorganized, the information created by countless social networks interactions increases by the min. Social network information is a real goldmine of important business details: Customer actions, purchase patterns, consumer contentment, and also an indication of upcoming styles. It is this information that helps us comprehend exactly how our consumers are engaging with our brands, and also our competitors’ brand names.

As these technology fads are escalating, they are streamlining people’s lives and the means they connect. Marketing professionals take advantage of the constant ability to assess as well as keep an eye on the data and also ‘actions’ trends amassed from these modern technologies, providing them with understandings that could be utilized to customize methods to their targeted clients. The capability to collect this data from our workplaces, our bedrooms, the coffee bar, our vehicles, as well as our houses is just one of the most exciting aspects of technology.




Today, starting a company is much easier than before. Thanks to modern technology, you don’t need lots of resources, a huge team or numerous degrees to create a successful firm. Today, there are essentially thousands of economical tools offered to business owners that can help bring their vision to life. Whether you’re developing a company from square one, or aiming to improve an already existing one, there are powerful and available modern technologies that can make a significant effect on even the tiniest business.

As most of us know, time is one of one of the most crucial aspects to an entrepreneur’s success, listed below are five steps that small companies can take to acquire some of that time back.

1. Punch above your weight.

If you are ready to invest time into your idea, put a little money in to produce your brand name. A website, social web pages and a detailed approach to follow could make you seem much bigger than you are.

2. Automate– as much as possible

Time consuming, yet important company processes such as invoices, repayments, and email marketing can all be automated, dramatically lowering time commitment.

3. Make your stage and size a benefit

Being tiny most likely means you put on lots of hats and don’t have the luxury of large budgets. Nonetheless, it means you can decide on the fly, course correct and also get in touch with your customers far more thoroughly compared to larger firms.

4. Hire an online aide

Your time is too valuable to squander it on ordinary jobs like scheduling meetings and making lunch bookings. Instead, collaborate with a digital assistant. Most importantly, outsourcing the position permits you to save money on wage, perks and overhead expenses.

5. Unchain yourself from your desk

Innovation today means you can run your company from anywhere. Take advantage of complimentary collaboration devices that allow you to simplify company implementation on the go. Technologies like Skype and Blue Jeans Network allow you to aesthetically get in touch with employees, coworkers and customers regardless of your location while cooperation suites like Google Docs and similar solutions allow real-time teamwork on practically any project.

March 16: Sell your products and services online


Keep It Local Online

When online shopping first hit the scene, consumers were trending only towards the megasites that we’re essentially the Wal-Mart of online stores. (You could do that shopping in your pajamas, too. Just like Wal-Mart!) As online shopping has stabilized and more Mom and Pop style companies have come on the scene, online shopping has become more and more a part of the regular economy.

The latest trend is for online sales to increase business for even local shops. Rather than driving across town, many consumers are choosing to cruise a local companies online store. Which means you should probably get one so you can close the deals that don’t make it through your doors.

Learn how to integrate online shopping into your web marketing strategy on March 16th at noon. Always at Complete Media. $10 for the general public, free for the Complete Media Circle.