Quickness: D&G Paving – Interfanatic Customer Spotlight

D&G Paving, for our Customer Spotlight on Quickness, an Interfanatic Quality

Forget perfect. Be quick. Quickness kills.”

Ehab Atalla

It strikes me as a bit controversial to use a Persian-American’s quote that features killing. No doubt it will offend someone. But Atalla knows how to “kill it” in a business sense, and he wants to be known for this quote. And his sentiment is true: quickness kills.

Whether you’re first to market with an idea or mash-up, or most responsive, your quickness determines your success or failure in great measure.

We fully admit that we’re more comprehensive than quick. But quickness, as all Interfanatic Qualities, is one we strive for.

Quickness: An Interfanatic Quality

When it comes to emergencies, we’re on it. It doesn’t matter what else is going on, in a digital marketing emergency, we drop everything to focus on making things right.

With that quickness, we keep our customers on top. So that they can respond quickly in the moment it is needed most.

There are very few businesses that treat your business as if it were their own. That’s an Interfanatic way.

D&G Paving – Killing it with Quickness

Dan Ash of D&G Paving came back to us recently with a problem. He needed customers NOW.

This is not usually a problem Dan ever has. He runs a tight ship with great people. But some extenuating circumstances were making his life difficult and drying up his funnel. The pandemic is no joke. Most of our lives have ground to a halt.

The cornerstone of Dan’s business is his ability to respond to customers quickly. Most people in his industry don’t bother to call back quickly. Dan knows this, and he exploits his competitors’ weakness.

For that reason, he always has business. His customers know they can trust him and always go back to him with any job – huge or tiny.

Also, his signs are prolific around Southern California’s South Bay. I know you’ve seen his orange signs. They’re everywhere.

“D&G Paving’s signs are prolific around Southern California’s South Bay. I know you’ve seen the orange signs. They’re everywhere.”

So, when Dan said he wanted help, and quick, we knew exactly what to do. To compliment his quickness, we needed to create some for him.

Get Interfanatic Customers Quick:
Interfanatic Search Advertising

Google Ads can turn the spigot back on for you.

In the hands of the incompetent, Google Ads are a horrendous waste of money. Google has seemingly taken great delight in making Analyitics and Ads so complicated, no normal person can figure them out.

No worries, mate – you’ve got Interfanatic ready to help. Most Ads vendors require a minimum ad spend on the order of $3,000. We do not. We’ll work with a $150 budget, and we’ll make it work.

That’s just what we’ve done for D&G. There’s a lot more to do, but to get things moving, we knew the place to start. We got business moving for Dan and D&G again. It’s a great feeling to make a instantaneous difference in a Southern California institution.

Interfanatic and Quickness

When you need all hands on deck and results NOW, we got you. We’ve been there. Nobody treats your business like you treat your business, but we make it our imperative to get pretty danged close.

To keep the lights on, sometimes cutting costs isn’t the correct answer. Sometimes it’s temporarily moving some around.

Be like Dan. Kill it. We’ll help.


This week’s image:
Interfanatic‘s founder, Ryan Delane, takes or creates every image you see in our social feed.

D&G Paving, for our Customer Spotlight on Quickness, an Interfanatic Quality
D&G Paving, for our Customer Spotlight on Quickness, an Interfanatic Quality

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Black Lives Matter.

The path of progress is never one to be taken quickly. It takes years of pain and effort to move along to make the world better. But demonstrated significant pain does seem to hasten things. It’s frustrating it has to be that way.

This is America.

We can do better. We’re on the right path. A little kick in the ass of complacency never hurts.

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