Elevated Marketing Solutions (EMS) is a full-service, online marketing and web design company that helps owners and marketers make their message pop online. They work with small to medium businesses, from mortgage brokers to weight loss specialists, to give them a creative promotional edge. “We have a true brick-and-mortar business,” says owner Andrew Boehm. “We just specialize in selling online services to local business owners.” EMS’ motto sums up that specialty quite simply: “Growing business online.”
Boehm cofounded EMS about four years ago with his best friend Mark Javitch. “I think we complement each other’s strengths well,” Boehm says. “I do sales and marketing, and he focuses on fulfillment and development.” Both Boehm and Javitch have 10 years of experience in their respective fields, enabling them to help clients create a successful online brand.
EMS focuses on three key areas of online marketing: search engine optimization (SEO), web design, and online lead-generation campaigns. Specifically, EMS specializes in driving traffic to clients’ websites and creating clear and cohesive brand messaging. EMS then uses different marketing products and automation tools to further strengthen each client’s online footprint and create a customized, online marketing campaign. EMS’ social media strategist, Becky Hillyard, will work directly with clients to figure out best strategies for social media and e-mail marketing.
“We love seeing our customers succeed,” Boehm says. “If we do a great job of promoting their business online, they’ll have more money to spend with us in the future. It’s like a giant train, and we are the engine. If we keep the whole train moving then everyone gets to their destination on time.”
EMS is continually looking toward the future to help their clients create complex marketing campaigns by utilizing the latest trends in online marketing. As members of the Omaha Chamber of Commerce, BNI and MBA, EMS is well embedded within the Nebraska business community, where they do the majority of their business; however, EMS is always looking to expand. Boehm is confident that EMS will continue to do work with great small businesses in the “Heartland of America.”