Are you looking for a digital marketing channel that delivers quality customers at a low cost? Content marketing is an up-and-coming digital domain that companies of all sizes want a bite of. We've come across a business that's cutting a big path in the field of content marketing, and is doing it differently than everyone else. GeistM is a New York City-based start-up that specializes in customized content creation and paid promotion that ultimately drives conversions, and conversations.

We spoke to GeistM's Rob Gregg, who says, “GeistM uses people, process, and technology to deliver a stream of quality customers at or under the benchmark cost of acquisition. By being experts in the digital landscape, and leveraging our own proprietary technology engine, we're able to curate original media optimized to harness buyer intent." By constantly monitoring, testing, and performing comprehensive analysis, GeistM's strategic development team is able to optimize in real time and is ultimately responsible for the sale of 500 million+ products, and counting.

GeistM has a host of big-name clients in the health, beauty, and finance industries. We spoke to one CMO client (who had to remain anonymous under NDA): “The quality of attention the staff at GeistM gives my team is unmatched. With detailed daily reports in my inbox every morning and weekly calls, I am always informed about the progress of our campaigns and goals for the future. We've kept upping our monthly budget, because GeistM continually shows us results that's making it a lot easier to scale."

Mr. Gregg also mentioned that GeistM is hiring. If you want to be a part of a dynamic group of collaborative media strategists and work in the business capital of the world, click here to view job openings at GeistM.

UPDATE: If you're interested in scaling your business through content marketing, follow this link to get started with GeistM.

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