The new VantagePointe website is as classic as their windows and doors, but with a fresh attitude and dynamic, engaging content.View Case Study
Far from your typical agency, Cement was founded by marketing pioneers with the desire to truly integrate digital and traditional through effective content marketing. Together, with our clients, we venture into this uncharted territory every day and the victories are worth every hurdle.
We are not a digital marketing agency. We are not a traditional marketing or advertising agency. We are tomorrow's agency, today.
The VantagePointe Window and Door collection, a Simonton Windows brand sold exclusively at the Home Depot, offers home owners a custom window or door replacement solution for their new or existing home. The brand’s website redesign guides the visitor quickly to shop windows and doors.View Case Study
Davis Wince, Ltd. returned to Cement Marketing in 2014 for a website re-design of our original design launched for the firm in 2010. The new site, completely mobile responsive, appeals to their target audience with strong imagery and easy navigation. The path from homepage to unique case study within a certain industry is seamless.View Case Study
We have high standards at Cement Marketing. One of these is that no website should have to rely on pay-per-click marketing for traffic. In the case of Leaders Moving & Storage we made a bold move to cease their traditional PPC spend and shifted the company to an organic search engine marketing focus.
Already known as the the place for St. Patrick's Day, Cement Marketing was tasked with creating a place that showcases everything Dublin has to offer as a tourist attraction all year round through the eyes of locals. From dining to outdoor adventures, under #SoDublin, the DCVB now has a landing page to showcase Dublin's story as told through the eyes of locals.View Case Study
The Have You Said Yes? campaign, conceived and executed by Cement, is now the cornerstone of Lifeline of Ohio’s traditional and digital marketing efforts. The campaign begs the question, “Have you said yes to organ donation? If no, why not?”
After one year of seeing tremendous growth on Hocking Hills Tourism Association's Facebook page due to user generated content, we capitalized on this by asking our fans to submit photos under the hashtag #hockinghills2016 so we could create a year-round reminder of the region's beauty.