Common data.
Uncommon results.

2nd Beach helps companies more effectively manage their marketing spend, identify ways to focus on their most relevant customers, and interpret data into actionable information.

Dig Deep

We Dig Deep

to turn your online engagement into revenue.

How’s Your Site Performing?
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Website Analytics

Who are your customers? Why or how do they come to your site? Why aren’t they buying/ downloading/signing up?

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Content Marketing

Customers are looking online for one thing – answers to their questions. Are you providing
those answers or just promoting your products?

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Testing & Personalization

If you are unsure that your website is performing as well as it could, there is no better way to find out than by testing.

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Marketing Strategy

For over a decade, we have worked with clients who rely on us to bring clarity to their marketing strategies.

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Tool Evaluation

Our team stays up to date on the features of the latest marketing operations technologies – so you don’t have to.

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Are you being found in search engines? Not just found, but found by quality visitors who are ready for what you offer?

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Who We’ve Worked With

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Thoughts from 2b

Marketing is like Growing Grass

I really believe that marketing (online, offline it’s all marketing) is like growing grass. It could be likened to any type of gardening, but as I have been working on my lawn I am talking about grass. If you don’t agree, then maybe you think marketing is like football.

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Big Data, Polls and Elections

This presidential election year was unlike any before it, the year of big data. We had data, lots of data, not just Big Data, but Huge Data (yuge data?). With AI and machine learning being used on a scale that has never been seen before, massive amounts of polling, data scientists and analysts working overtime to predict the outcome. Everybody knew the outcome before it happened. But what happened?

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