At The Content Factory, we believe digital marketing is equal parts artistry and science.
When a campaign results in a lot of traffic or sales, we don’t celebrate. Instead, we do what we can to figure out why it was successful, then experiment until we’re able to consistently replicate the process. And we’re quick studies.
Above everything, we’re about delivering results for our clients — you can see some of our case studies here.
When we say we make our clients (more) famous, we have the numbers to back it up! Check out our case studies and see what we’re capable of.
We’re SEO experts.
Our content generates millions of dollars worth of organic traffic to our clients’ websites. Tens of millions of people read our content each year, because it’s well written and engineered to rank for specific keywords that drive traffic and conversions.
We’re social media marketing wizards.
Social media marketing, although snazzy, is difficult to achieve ROI from without a significant ad spend. So, we get creative and find new and exciting ways to squeeze every last drop of opportunity out of our client work.
We’re public relations geeks.
Our digital PR work speaks for itself. TCF’s clients have been featured everywhere from the Today show to the Wall Street Journal.
Simply put, we make our clients (more) famous.
Do you want to know how much we charge for digital PR services, social media marketing, copywriting, content marketing and SEO?
You don’t need to get on two conference calls and sit through a proposal walkthrough meeting, because ain’t nobody got time for that. Our generic proposal lists out all of our services and rates, and you can download it here.
Do you want to know how we do what we do?
We offer training packages and outline our strategies in our blog posts so you can peek behind the curtain and see what’s going on behind the scenes. We follow industry best practices, and none of our work is ever black hat.
We practice what we preach.
There’s about an 85% chance that you found TCF via Google search, and it’s because we’re a digital PR agency that believes in what we do.
Our site ranks for more than 15,000 keywords and delivers over $500k worth of organic traffic annually. If we can do this for ourselves, imagine what we can do for you!
TCF’s owner, Kari DePhillips, has been interviewed live on CNN and Fox Business, quoted in the New York Times and interviewed extensively in industry publications…and you’ll see TCF’s employees being quoted and interviewed around the internet, too. We’re all experts here!
We’re kind of weird, in a good way.
The Content Factory’s a little different than most digital marketing and PR agencies.
We’re a team of 12 people (employees, not contractors) spread out over seven states, and although we don’t have a corporate office anymore we’ve been known to workation together in various tropical locations. Although we’re all based in the US, we occasionally work from around the world – and bring that global perspective to our clients.
Kari DePhillips, Owner
Kari DePhillips is the owner of The Content Factory and co-founder of Workationing. She’s been featured everywhere from Fast Company to Forbes to NBC News for her management style and digital marketing expertise, and Thrive calls her a “limit‑breaking female founder.”
Kelly Chase, Digital Strategist
Kelly is a writer, social media manager, digital strategist and die-hard LeBron James fan at The Content Factory and co-founder of Workationing, a travel podcast and movement promoting the digital nomad way of life.
Jason Myers, Senior Account Executive
When Jason isn’t scoring backlinks and managing social media as Senior Account Executive at The Content Factory, he plays bass for Icarus Witch, a metal band that’s performed with the likes of Black Sabbath and Coheed & Cambria.
Chris Hornyak, Editor
As TCF’s editor, Chris strives to get ahead of trends in all copy he touches — from longform SEO pieces to slick, witty 280-character tweets. When he isn’t chopping up text, he’s managing writers, interacting with clients and hosting rad webinars.
Lynn Maleh, Content Marketing Specialist
A California girl with New Jersey roots, Lynn brings creative flair to her public relations, social media marketing and content clients, with a special knack for injecting fun into B2B brands.
Lindsay Wissman, Copywriter
Lindsay writes content for various TCF clients in the healthcare, financial, and high tech industries to the tune of 14,000+ words per month. When she isn’t writing, she’s knitting, managing the Running With Sharpies shop on Etsy
Amy Pennza, Copywriter
Amy spent almost ten years as an attorney before embracing her passion for writing full-time. She brings her legal expertise to bear at The Content Factory, writing for a variety of clients who deal with law and compliance.
David Lessem, Copywriter
Whether he’s helping IT clients put technical ideas into simple language or writing press releases for musicians, David thrives on collaboration and loves tailoring the right message to the right audience as a TCF content writer.
Kendra Harris, Marketing Assistant
As Marketing Assistant at The Content Factory, Kendra puts her research skills to use for TCF’s clients and keeps the team organized and on point. She has an undying passion for everything aesthetic, communicative and creative and a fondness for dark beer and prosciutto.
Nat Hornyak, SEO Specialist
Nat is a content writer who doubles as TCF’s resident technical SEO nerd. When she isn’t optimizing websites, she’s singing for Cabinets of Curiosity, a Philly-based prog rock band.
Brian Markowski, Tech Wizard
When he isn’t lending his technology and digital PR expertise to TCF, Brian serves as lead dev at Zomia Offline Games and hosts the Sovryn Tech Podcast, a science and tech podcast covering the bleeding edge of science, technology and ethics.
Get To Know Us Better!
TCF’s employees have won double entendre competitions, written (and passed!) life-saving legislation, opened for 80s hair metal bands and slayed Halloween costume contests.
Some are geeks, some are jocks, and some prefer not to be defined by conventional high school stereotypes. At TCF, everyone sits at the same cafeteria table.
All together, we’re a cool group of talented people who find clever solutions to problems most people don’t know exist. We’re committed to working smarter and harder for our clients, because we know that’s what it takes to succeed in today’s hyper competitive marketplace.
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