"I've done in the past 10 years 4 websites designs or re-designs and while people always throw a nice word once it's done, the design Hunter & Bard did for CloudEndure received the highest level of positive feedback. Digging further in, I can say it's the right mix of having the right up-to-date design, clear messaging, and ease of use."
Ramel Levin, VP Marketing of CloudEndure
“Shira is a one-stop (and non-stop!) marketing shop. Her help was instrumental in defining MyRoll's go-to-market when we just launched and our overall strategy and positioning towards our users and potential investors. Shira helped us tell a strong, clear and simple story.”
Ron Levy, CEO of MyRoll
“Hunter & Bard has an unrivaled combination of professionalism and commitment to the project. Either is difficult to find, but the combination of both is extremely rare. This results in amazing results within even the tightest deadlines."
Leonid Feinberg, VP of Product at CloudEndure
"I met Shira several years ago and was very impressed by the professionalism and expertise she presented. We (Sarine), have been postponing for a while initiating our blogging and social media activities out of fear of the capacity and engagement involved. Working for now over 6 months with Hunter & Bard, proved that with the right guidance, and assistance it is quite simple, and very valuable. Shira and her team built the strategy and plan after helping to define to our requirements and needs and set the foundations for our social media activity. The Hunter & Bard team work on a daily basis to provide and maintain relevant content about our company, and the industry, keeping up to date and always learning and evolving.
We now appreciate the value and the true power of content and social media, and don't understand how we could do without for so long.
Shira a true expert in the field and it is a pleasure working with her and her team. I highly recommend."
Tamar Brosh, Marketing Manager at Sarine Technologies
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There’s an old marketing adage that dates back too many years to consider which states that people only notice something after they’ve seen it three times. Of course, back then people only saw ads on TV, in magazines, and on billboards and they hadn’t yet been trained to studiously ignore all forms of advertising.
It’s tempting to blame the Buzzfeeds and Gawkers of the world on what we know as the clickbait epidemic, that thing where writers craft annoyingly alarmist and vague headlines to coerce readers into clicking on their links and reading their articles. But the trend that has sadly moved from the dredges of the Internet and into direct marketing actually far pre-dates social media and even the World Wide Web.