HitState is a Long Island based marketing agency that that finds creative ways to engage your customers, bring in new ones and deliver the results that will grow your business.
What Is Marketing?
(the clinical definition)
We tell everyone on Long Island and beyond how awesome you and your business are.
Why Do You Need Marketing?
Do you want more customers?
Do you want to grow your business?
Do you want to crush your competition?
Then you need it!
How We Do Marketing?
We start by understanding who you are, who your customers are and how to reach them… yes, even in their sleep : )
We develop kick ass brand messaging and creative that engages your customers.
This is the process and how we deliver the brand message & creative to your customers. Social media, online, offline etc.
We track the results of everything, so we know we’re Always On Target.
Who Said What?
Where to start about Andy... he knows enough context about seemingly everything to cut to the hearts and minds of people, their business and interests. He brings a level of creativity and passion to his work that I found unparalleled to others. We tapped into Andy's skill-sets to help us boil-down very complex issues and facts into a one-pager that was easy to digest. The work products he shared were of excellent quality. EY has on-boarded Andy and HitState to support with any projects where we need his insights, guidance, and creativity.
Frank Traina - Executive Director at EY
HitState helped us roll out a complete company wide re-brand with great success. From our new logo design to our new website, we are extremely happy with the results. Andy and his team were professional, responsive and most importantly they brought a level of creativity to the process that we were lacking. We are now moving on to outbound marketing and trade show exhibits. We look forward to continuing our work with HitState and certainly recommend them for any business needing their services.
Brian Selltiz - Owner at Digital Provisions, Inc.
I invited Andy to speak to my Marketing Networking group recently to talk about branding. His presentation was knowledgeable and thorough. Many of my group members thought it was well done and allowed for a lively discussion. I'd invite Andy again to speak if the opportunity presents itself.