Majux is a nationally-known digital agency with offices in Philadelphia and Denver. Everything we do is based on testing and real data.
Our agency differentiates itself by handling all aspects of a client’s strategy or campaign in-house, rather than outsourcing to third-party contractors or freelancers. This means that we do everything in-house. This is important to you because it means that we do not up-charge you for work performed by freelancers, contractors, or overseas teams. In fact, we are the fulfillment team that several other agencies rely on to handle the technical, SEO and content work for their clients.
This benefits our clients because our team members have actual experience in performing the work that helps move the needle for them. We are also able to greatly reduce the delay to implementation because there is no chain of communication that data, strategy, or implementation have to work down through. When you talk to our team, you are talking to the actual industry professionals who are down in the trenches working on your site.
Prior to founding Majux, Bernie spent a decade in Marketing Leadership positions for large and medium-sized law firms. He is fascinated by the data and psychology behind influencing purchase intent.
Although nationally known as one of the leaders in digital strategy for law firms, Majux also has a proven track record in some of the most competitive and aggressively marketed industries on the internet.
Different than some agencies, you won’t see Bernie plastered all over our website because what we do here is not focused on promoting Bernie’s profile, it’s about promoting our clients’ profiles.
Chief Operating and Paid Advertising Officer
Adam manages paid search and display advertising, contributes to overall digital strategy, and works with all aspects of SEO at Majux. Originally a music school grad, he made the jump into copywriting before discovering SEO and PPC. He’s generally considered to be the fourth most famous native of West Chester, PA after Samuel Barber, Bam Margera, and the person who invented Mother’s Day.