We`re Sneeze It


It’s all about converting prospects into customers—the one measurement most digital marketing agencies shy away from. We work from the ground up, beginning with what it takes to turn a prospect into a customer and we work on converting your web traffic into solid leads.


With the help of Pay Per Click, content and social media marketing, retargeting, and social media engagement, we’ll attract a very specific audience to your website.


Our system allows us to build a highly focused pipeline for each client by using Facebook tabs, web banners, marketing collateral, and database management.


We’ll help you convert prospects into sales with a series of cascading landing pages, A/B split testing, smart mail, and smart links so you can focus on your increased revenue!

"We are changing the way companies are using social media. Our goal is to challenge current marketing conventions and have you walk away thinking about possible solutions and answers."





We don’t believe in the term “one size fits all”. Each audience requires a strategy that looks at where they reside online, what they’re talking about, and how to best engage that audience. Our team carefully crafts a strategy based on Sneeze It’s proprietary technology that combines prospects’ personality profiling with proven sales methodology to develop an approach that delivers the results you require.

Sales Process

Sales Process

Our sales team is devoted to helping you succeed. We take the time to learn your current sales process and update it in accordance with the digital age. After gaining leads, we evaluate your prospects based off of their personality profile and provide your sales team with all the tools necessary for communicating & selling to them; delivering what we call a remarkable lead. Next, we automate the distribution of information to your potential customers based on the actions they take. During this process, our crew also monitors the sales process with our secret shopper program to help evaluate how efficient your sales team works with the information provided.

Drive Traffic

Drive Traffic

We steer highly-targeted prospects [immediately] to a product that interests them through a variety of digital advertising campaigns that deliver the best ROI for your company. Our methods include tailored images and writing, testing of up to 240 ad variations to deliver the right message to the right person at the right time using the right social media platform.

Social Engagement

Social Engagement

Do you know the basic hobbies and interests of your customers? How do these interests relate to your product, service, and/or company? Our community management staff crafts daily messages for our clients based on personality types, interests, and current events to not only build trust within your audience, but also to keep your social pages relevant in order to build trust while continually reinforcing your brand message.

Measure Results

Measure Results

Sneeze It works hard to see what works and what doesn’t. We measure how effective our advertisements, social media posts, and emails are in reaching customers and converting those leads into sales. We then adjust our marketing strategies accordingly in order to ensure that our work has a higher success rate.


As the Chief Viral Officer of Sneeze It, David Steel educates companies on how to Attract prospects, Build a lead pipeline, and Convert those leads into customers. Steel is a best-selling author and online marketing expert who has given speaking engagements in the United States and abroad on how to create successful—and lucrative—digital and social marketing campaigns.

Sought after for his marketing expertise, David Steel helps organizations understand their customers, the online sales process, and increase their customer conversions, which has established him as a trusted social media and marketing resource around the world.

Complete our contact form to learn more about having David speak for your organization.

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How Gamification Can Strengthen Your Social Media Campaign

We have been trained from a young age to perceive games as a fun way to seek gratification for a completed task. When we are rewarded, we feel satisfied with the effort we put in to win the game. As society becomes increasingly gamified — think of charity programs like FreeRice.com and fitness products like FitBit — the prevalence of games in social media marketing has grown.

Promotions that promise a reward to customers who relinquish their information, such as Uber’s free rides for passengers who shared the app with a friend, are included in the trend of gamification. Potential customers are motivated to spread the company’s message if they feel they will receive a reward for their effort. Posts that encourage users to like, share or comment  to receive a reward helps to raise brand awareness, and customers feel that they personally gain from it as well.

You can also engage users in a gamified way by offering the opportunity to accrue points or gain special privileges if they interact with your social media pages. For example, gym members can receive  a free smoothie if they follow the gym’s Twitter and Instagram accounts, or for every 10 posts liked, gym members could be given a free personal training session.

Creating a sense of urgency is imperative when trying to interact with potential customers on social media through gamification. If your audience does not feel that they need to act immediately, any urgency to participate in the game or challenge may diminish. A sense of urgency fuels excitement, and makes people more motivated to engage with your brand.

If users feel gratified when they participate in gamified social media challenges, then they will be more likely to engage with your business. Once you have pinpointed the best strategy for your company, creating some friendly competition among your followers will increase traffic, engagement and more customers through your doors. Let the games begin!



The Benefits of Wearing Your Brand

If you consider the purpose of various branding strategies, it’s clear how effective company clothing comes into play for building brand awareness.

Brand awareness is the combined visual elements of a brand (design, symbol[s], colors, etc. that work in unison), which are perceived by the consumer. It not only builds a sense of identity but over time, trust and company loyalty within prospects and customers.

As a small business owner (or manager), you might constantly be looking for ways to improve and expand your brand’s awareness without searching in the most obvious of places – your employees! Gone are the days of handing out multiple business cards or spending fortunes on billboards. Think smaller – think “uniform”.

Now, when we say uniform, we don’t necessarily mean stuffy button-down shirts or an assigned pants suit. We don’t even suggest shirts like the ones you’ll find employees in McDonald’s wearing. We’re suggesting more subtle ways to advertise your business, letting your logo do the work for you.

Does your production team have a funny inside joke that you can throw on a t-shirt? Are you all into corgis or a show that’s popular?

Find something that resonates with the general population and put your company’s twist on it (don’t forget your logo!). It’ll be no-time before you and your employees start hearing “What’s that company?” or “Cool shirt!! Where’s it from?”.

When one of our Graphic Artists visited a donut shop this week, proudly wearing her Sneeze It graphic-t, the owner stopped her to ask about our company. He’s seen our sign outside and wanted to know how we could help grow his business and awareness. That’s easy marketing if we do say so ourselves!

How can you market your company with little effort? Have you ever tried t-shirt marketing?


What NOT to do at Your Interview

Here at Sneeze It, we’re proud to say that we’ve been able to grow tremendously this year as a company.

Having the opportunity to almost double our production staff has opened our eyes to many common mistakes that people make when applying and interviewing to our company. While many hiring managers are willing to overlook minor mishaps, here are some you should keep top of mind to avoid.

  1. Lying: It should go without saying that fibbing on your resume, portfolio, or during your interview is a huge no-no, but unfortunately candidates still do it. If you’re not caught before the interview process is over, you’ll likely be figured out before your first review. Save yourself and your future employer time and energy and be true to you!
  2. Arrive too early or too late: There’s something to be said about time management and effectiveness. If you arrive to the interview site too early (more than 15 minutes before your interview), it might be in your best interest to review your notes in your car. Hiring managers set specific times for interviews so that they can best prepare their day for you!
    On the flip side, if you show up late to an interview (whether in-person or remotely) it can give off the impression that you’re an irresponsible employee. In a fast-moving industry, there’s little cushion time for booked appointments.
    Be smart, be courteous, be on time.
  1. Don’t forget to listen carefully to each question: Sometimes interviewees get so caught up in nerves that they have planned answers for key worded questions. Unfortunately, if you only half answer or fail to really understand the question, it comes off as an interviewee not paying enough attention to detail.
    For example, if we ask you to tell us something about yourself that is not on your resume, we want to know more of your personality to see if you’re a culture fit. We don’t want to hear about your job experience since college graduation.
  1. Don’t lose sight of the role you want: If you’re asked a question that insinuates why you want to be with the company or in this role think of why you applied in the first place. The absolute worst thing you could tell a hiring manger is that you “want to pay your bills”. Instead, show us what makes you the best fit for the role and why you’re so passionate about the industry. 
  1. Be confident, but don’t over-do it: Believe it or not, there are times when over-qualified or perfectly qualified candidates have been turned away for the simple fact that they were overconfident in their interview. While being sure of your skills and excited about the value you can add to a company will be beneficial, there’s a fine line between being poised and arrogant. Acting as if you’re entitled to a position based on qualifications alone will instantly seem rude and overbearing no matter how qualified you are. Skill can be trained – personality cannot.


Always think about the environment you’re walking into and don’t overdo it! No matter what else happens in an interview, a candidate who behaves politely and speaks honestly will leave a positive impression.


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