Coincident Ideas is a virtual marketing factory that melds the practical needs of business with the freewheeling instincts of Los Angeles’ creative community. We make sure your audience gets the message and enjoys hearing it, without emptying your wallet in the process.
When you feel like you’re fighting against tough odds and you’re getting winded, take a breather and ask for help. And if strategy, marketing and communications aren’t your areas of expertise, ask the idea experts.
Coincident Ideas creatives have over 20 years of direct marketing and branded advertising experience in such varied markets as financial services, law, business management, technology, entertainment, healthcare, automotive and hospitality.
What can Coincident Ideas do for you? Create and host a new web site. Rebrand your corporate identity. Launch an email campaign. Optimize for search. Get social. And a whole lot more. To see how we can help your business, contact us today.
Not just another “creative shop.”
When you’re ready to build your brand, expand your reach or just do some local promotion, call us.
Our clients appreciate that before we can work with them, we take the time to learn about their business. So as our client, you can expect us to listen to your story. Find out what your goals are. Examine your competitors, and your audience. We discover what you do best, and what will give you that competitive edge.
Only then will we craft a strategy to improve your marketing efforts, create a proposal of initiatives you can take, and offer our services to fulfill them.
When you’re ready to hire a creative services shop that starts by learning your business instead of telling you how to run it, come to the independent creative strategists, Coincident Ideas. We offer creative services to creative businesses.
Big Agency Ideas. Small Studio Focus.
From online marketing to print and promotions, we can help you achieve your communication goals.
Do you need a new web site that grabs your customers’ attention? Do you want to reach more of your clients with targeted email campaigns? Are you rebranding your company with new corporate identity materials? Do you need a premium design firm to produce your annual report, or corporate brochure? Is it time for professional-level SEO? Are you ready to promote your business in Social Media? Are you interested in producing corporate videos or multimedia presentations? Coincident Ideas creatives can do all these and more.
Over 20 years, our collective experience has included work for Honda and Toyota, IBM, and Microsoft, the Hollywood Bowl, LA Phil and Disney, the Beverly Hills Hotel, Macy’s and many other companies in Southern California and beyond. Our client portfolio includes film production, technology, retail, hospitality, entertainment, financial services, wellness and more. Can we work with you? Of course.
Coincident Ideas was hired to create a Wordpress website for business strategy specialist Trine Jensen, for the launch of her latest venture, relationship coaching for mature women (website: www.relationshiponyourterms.com). Read more…read more
Embrace Healing & Wellness contracted with Coincident Ideas for six months of marketing consultations, and wound up asking us to rebuild their entire web site (www.embracehealingwell.com) from scratch. Read more…read more
Coincident Ideas was retained to refresh and update the web site of Santa Monica-based ASK Me Ledgers (www.askmeledgers.com). Read more…read more
What Our Clients Are Saying:
—Trine Jensen, Success On My Own Terms
One of the major positives of working with Eric is that he takes his time to see how your business works, and how you work. He will make suggestions after assimilating how your business works, and pass on ideas that we (business owners) may not have thought about.
—Paul Young, YMR Benefits
Eric has produced promotional emails for my bookkeeping service. He also rewrote many of my web site’s pages to be more search-engine friendly and better explain what I do. I am continuing to work with Eric on email campaigns on a regular basis.
—Arleen Kennedy, ASK Me Ledgers