Search engines have the goal of pairing a searcher with a website that’s appropriate for that term, and these days, search engines do a terrific job with that function. karma digital was founded with that notion in mind, and as they improve, the need for large engagements with search engine optimization firms diminishes. However, it’s imperative that your website and owned content is designed, optimized, and maintained to rank well across the various search engines.
We’re a forward-thinking (and mostly female!) team of experienced digital marketing professionals, and we hail from all over the world. Our decentralized office allows everyone to have a healthy work-life balance and work where they’re most creative and inspired.
We think you should expect more from your marketing team. We’re not an agency trying to make a quick buck. It’s fundamentally important to us that we work with companies with an ambitious mission, because when we work, we pour effort and passion into everything we produce. And our standards are high.
Our mission is to help inspirational companies increase their visibility online and make it easier for conscious consumers to find products and companies they can get behind.
We’re not only committed to your empowerment…
We are committed to finding the best talent, no matter their geographical location. We only hire the top 1% of digital marketers. Working with karma digital means working with top talent in digital marketing worldwide, we promise.
We Believe in Karma…
When you buy from us, you join a team. A team committed to, as you may have guessed it… empowering through education. We want to give back to the communities we work in, so we’ve made a $100,000 commitment to a local non-profit in Africa, Qhubeka.
Qhubeka is an Nguni word that means “to carry on”, “to progress”, “to move forward”. Qhubeka helps people move forward and progress by giving bicycles in return for work done to improve communities, the environment or academic results. Most of Africa’s rural population has no access to transportation and people have to walk long distances to access opportunity, education, healthcare, shops and community services. Rural schoolchildren are particularly badly affected by lack of mobility.
The challenge of walking long distances results in increased tardiness, frequent absenteeism, exhaustion and often the complete withdrawal of the child from the education system.
By providing bicycles in the communities we work in, we can empower through education. We can ensure the next generation has the opportunity to become the top 1% of digital marketers.
Want to learn more about Qhubeka? Check them out here. http://qhubeka.org/