Our Promise To You

True Fit Marketing® is a full-service marketing advocacy firm powered by technology and grounded with foundational marketing. Our promise is to support you, your business, and your team, along with helping you feel more confident in your marketing efforts. When it comes to exceptional marketing companies, Pittsburgh trusts us for proven results.

We want to save you from the stress of not knowing where your marketing dollars are going and what your advertising is actually doing for you. With fully transparent reporting and consistent evaluation meetings, we want to be held accountable for helping your business succeed. In essence, we’ll serve as your collaborator, championing the best qualities of your business and amplifying them through strategic marketing and digital space acquisition. Whether you’re seeking local Pittsburgh graphic design, or envision strengthening your online footprint, True Fit Marketing offers the support and consistency you need to achieve your goals.

Featured Marketing Services

Featured Client Projects

Advertising Partners & Expertise

Cookie Crumbs

See What Our Clients Are Saying

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

Follow the Cookie Crumbs @truefitmarketing

Instagram


Is your 2022 strategy in place yet? Is it changing a lot from 2021 or 2020? There were a lot of twists and turns in the past couple of years so now might be a great time to review your customer experiences within your business. ⠀
...

4 1

Today is Small Business Saturday. We LOVE supporting small businesses in our communities. Tag your favorite small business in the comment section so we can check out what they have to offer ♥️ ...

7 0

The True Fit Marketing team hopes everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving! ...

9 0

As the holidays get closer, remember to think about who is the target audience in all marketing pieces. Does anyone ever think about generations when thinking about target audiences? Is this helpful? Let's discuss after reading our new blog! ...

9 1

Small businesses have always been trendy, but they are especially important this holiday season. When creating marketing content, create content with a local twist. Posts and storefront signage telling people to “Shop local” reminds them to support their community businesses.

PS - Small Business Saturday is November 27!
...

14 3

We are often asked what items are needed to do a video shoot. The 4 BIG things are:
1) Tripod: It doesn't have to be fancy or super expensive. A lightweight one is our favorite though!
2) Phone/Camera Holder: No matter which technology is being used, there has to be a way to use it. If a phone is being used, look for a holder for that specific phone that will connect to the tripod.
3) Wireless Lavalier Microphone: Also known as lav mics...but wireless is best!
4) The phone/camera: Again, so many people say "I don't have the best phone/camera out there." That is OK! That is what editing is for 😋

What else could be added?
...

11 3

Digital tip: Geofencing is often confused with geographic targeting, which is just another layer of targeted digital marketing. Geofencing is a campaign that triggers an action when a person enters into a virtually defined area during the set perimeters of variables, such as date, time, etc. For example, if a coffee shop is looking to offer a morning treat specifically to those who work nearby, they could use a geofencing campaign to set the days (workdays), times (4am-7am) and only target those driving or walking into their set geographic perimeter (for this case we will say .5 miles around their shop location), to allow people to start seeing deals as they are browsing the internet, checking the email, or checking social media. Geofencing allows businesses to take advantage of real-time needs and control the message. ...

5 1

Honor those who served today and every day 🇺🇸

#VeteransDay #ThankAVeteran
...

4 0

Our team went to lunch together a couple of weeks ago and were discussing different apps that we use, personally and for business, that we can’t live without. A couple were big conversation topics on the business level so we thought we would share the pros and cons of them with everyone to see how they could or could not be used in the business world. Check it out on our blog. ...

5 1

LinkedIn has a ton of valuable resources on their marketing blog. B2B marketing trends, tips, and best practices. Keep reading on their site to stay current with the latest in B2B marketing. ...

5 1

Does it seem like holiday sales are starting earlier and earlier each year? It sure does to us! Don't wait until the last minute to start planning holiday sales and marketing. Ask us for our advice. ...

8 2

The big holiday season is literally around the corner. Businesses are always up in the air on whether they should post Happy ____ (insert the holiday) on their social media pages. A good rule of thumb to rely on when it comes to a company or brand posting on socials for holidays and observances is: when in doubt, don’t. It is better to not post anything than misspeak when when posting content on holidays or around news events. ...

7 1

Hashtags are always debatable. Should a business use them? Do they work? Do people actually search by hashtag? Yes, Yes, Yes...and more yes answers to come after reading this blog. https://bit.ly/3aTuE92 ...

6 1

#nationalpumpkinday with @bethelbakery! ...

16 2

Sometimes call to actions feel stale or just flat out aren't working. It is always wonderful to research what others are doing and what is working for them. Check out this awesome list from @business2community of 36 of the best call to actions. ...

8 1

As much as we love to tell everyone to make sure reviews are provided when doing business, we need to toot our own horn sometimes! Thanks Gina for the awesome review. We loved every minute of working with her. ...

11 1

How many times has a headline actually been "clickbait" online? The story has NOTHING to do with what the actual headline states? Seems like it is happening a lot lately. Does it benefit a business to do that? As a business, what headlines tend to get the most engagement online? Let's discuss.... ...

7 5

According to SmallBizTrends.com, there are so many factors that go into creating an effective small business website (we agree). From design to promotion methods, the work never ends. If a business is looking to improve their online home, follow these 10 tips: 1) Understand These Web Design Statistics 2) Dive Into Your Bounce Rates 3) Gather Ideas for Your Business Blog 4) Keep Up with Chatbot Trends 5) Use These Content Marketing Strategies for Beginners 6) Integrate Video into Your Content Marketing Strategy 7) Prevent Digital Fraud with New Tech 8) Start an Online Store 9) Leverage Links in Your Content Marketing 10) Improve Your Conversion Rates ...

8 1