Hey there! I appreciate you taking a look at Rule Marketing Group, and hope you’ve found some great information.

If you’re reading this, then the question you want answered is simple:

Who the heck are we?

Caleb Rule is co-founder of Rule Marketing Group along with his wife, ChelseaI’m Caleb Rule (find me on LinkedIn), and along with my wife, Chelsea, we’re the tandem behind Rule Marketing Group.

Together, we bring nearly 20 years’ experience across a wide swath of marketing disciplines: digital, inbound, communications, design, PR, writing, and more.

We’re based in the Woodstock, GA area, but have worked with clients across time zones (we’re sticking to US-only for now, though).

While it may sound crazy, we actually work quick well together (cue me looking at Chelsea for confirmation of this…) as our skills complement each other. I focus a lot on the inbound marketing, including SEO, website content, and PPC, while she drives design decisions, edits anything I write, and thinks from a PR / comms perspective.

Our mission is simple, and is best stated in a problem-solution format:

Problem: Small businesses need great marketing, but often Have small budgets

Solution:

  • Provide free resources we’ve used so others can, too. It’s hard enough for everyone. And hey, if you see success doing it on your own – more power to you!
  • Provide expertise at rates that are way lower than ad agencies (we’ve worked in a few, so we know)
  • Before any project, provide a “max cost” projection which guarantees the cost ceiling. In other words? We clearly communicate the most you’d pay for a project
  • Don’t be a jerk with billing. If we work 10 minutes, it’s 10 minutes that’s billed. Not an hour. And yes, sometimes that means we bill 2.75 hours for a task and have to do math. It’s worth it.

Problem: Digital marketing is a massive jungle with plenty of misinformation out there

Solution:

  • Be someone who isn’t afraid to call B.S. on bad ideas and who’s plugged into a network of industry-leading folks to ensure we don’t become guilty of it ourselves (I’m very active on LinkedIn for this purpose)
  • Show sources of information. Don’t just spout data, but back it up with verifiable, trusted sources. (Want proof? Check out our blog and how we cite our sources)

Problem: With agencies, sometimes clients who are billed more get higher priority

Solution:

  • We don’t take on too many clients. We have a marriage, kids, church, family, and other things we want to invest our time in – just like you! And so we’re very cautious about saying “yes” to anyone if we can’t do a fantastic job (but if we can’t, we’ll happily help you find the right fit for you – and no, we don’t get a referral fee)
  • Clear communication, and happy to hop on a phone and talk things through. We also don’t charge for time on the phone.

If we sound like someone you’re interested in more about, contact us!