Everything is an ad.
Our leading brand agency provides corporate, startup, and small business branding, strategy, marketing, web design, and brand support services.
The role of a Brand Agency is to create, plan, measure, and manage branding strategies for clients.
Your “why” defines your brand story and persuades others to care. Most importantly, it answers the question, “Why should I buy from you?”
NerdBrand creates the experience customers have with your brand.
Consulting & Strategy
Before spending money on ads, let’s evaluate where you are and define your business’s desired goals. Without goals, you cannot create a strategy that works.
Brand Identity & Design
Design influences what buyers think of you. We standardize your brand’s visual appearance, then update materials needed for marketing and sales.
DTC Branding & Marketing
Brands sell directly to customers online. We build e-Commerce websites and marketing strategies that lift brand awareness. Returning customers to your store for additional revenue.
Generate Revenue & Marketing
Our branding services allow us to consistently imagine new ad campaigns and execute with marketing to increase your revenue. When you’re not seeing any growth, it’s time to hire us to make YOUR NerdBrand strong!
We create and refresh BRANDS.
Because we believe everything is an ad. 🤓
Our work with organizations ranges from businesses to non-profits, giving us a wealth of expertise to tap into making us a better choice as a brand agency.
Recent Podcast Episodes
Every Friday is a new episode. We discuss our views on branding from a nerd’s point of view. Always with a touch of nerd culture, movies, comics and novels, video games, and plenty more.
Welcome to the NerdBrand Podcast! Do you have 12345 as your password? Well, I have a movie you need to watch.
This episode has a passive aggressive title because it is dealing with awful passwords, and yes, 12345 was a password someone had once.
I hear complaining about this all the time – but we are in an unprecedented time with internet security. Websites usually get hacked because of its owners. 59% of Americans use a person's name or a family member's birthday as a password.
Two out of every five people have had their identities hacked, passwords compromised, or sensitive information breached because of duplicate and outdated passwords. In the end, YOU ARE A VICTIM. While there’s times when “really? That's your password?!” moments happen, the person hacked is not always at fault. Stop yelling, stay calm, and breathe.