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Wordpack Media Review

Matt D'Angelo
Matt D'Angelo

Despite being a relatively small company, Wordpack Media provides internet marketing and pay-per-click (PPC) management services nationally. Based in California, it offers web design, local SEO services, PPC management, Facebook advertising, email marketing, reputation management services and display advertising. Wordpack Media is one of the few companies we reviewed that offers a portfolio of its past work directly on its website. You can view some of its work here. The personalized nature of this company could make it a good partner for small businesses. As with any business decision, though, it's important to assess your company's needs before determining if Wordpack Media is the right partner for you.

Wordpack Media

Wordpack Media

The Verdict

Wordpack Media offers great services for small businesses. Its web design services are noteworthy, as it can build sites while prioritizing SEO and internet marketing. While it lacks some features, it has a well-rounded offering in most areas.

View all our recommendations for internet marketing services and PPC management on our best picks page.

While Wordpack provides PPC management, it doesn't say it's accredited by Google, Bing or Yahoo, like some other companies we reviewed. It doesn't have a profile with the Better Business Bureau or a rating on Facebook either. It does, however, have 4.9 out of 5 stars on Google.

You can contact Wordpack's support team through phone and email. The service does not offer live chat like some of the other companies we reviewed. Because of the personalized nature of this agency, though, this likely won't be a problem. The company prides itself on providing hands-on attention.

Wordpack Media Pricing and Plans

Wordpack Media doesn't list any of its prices online, so you'll have to contact the company to get a quote. You can contact Wordpack by filling out a query on its site or calling directly. It doesn't provide a lot of details on how long you have to sign up for its services or whether it requires long-term contracts either. You'll have to work directly with the company to determine the best service for you. Given the personalized nature of Wordpack's services, you'll likely get to work with an account manager or coordinator who will help you build your services.


Wordpack offers all of the key services businesses are looking for in an internet marketing services provider:

  • PPC: Wordpack's PPC offering includes local services, so you can focus on ranking for the right keywords in your area. It can work with you to build campaigns, which includes keyword planning, ad spend management and other PPC services. By working with Wordpack, you can build strong campaigns to drive customers to your business.

  • SEO tools: Much like with PPC, Wordpack can work with you on search engine optimization in your local area. This includes site and link building, keyword research and planning, and other general optimization services. You'll be working directly with Wordpack to set these services up, so you can analyze the results as your service is developed.

  • Email marketing: Wordpack's email marketing can help you connect with customers, foster leads and reestablish customer relationships. It employs strategies to build your client and prospect lists. The service offers confirmation emails, thank-you notes, newsletters, holiday greetings and customizable appointment reminders.

  • Social media marketing: Wordpack provides social media marketing and Facebook advertising. It supports social media posting and automation processes to increase your company's online presence. It can help you build profiles, drive referrals and increase brand awareness. Its Facebook advertising service includes similar features – it can help you create advertising campaigns, develop your profile and direct local customers to your business.

  • Design: Wordpack can build websites with SEO, design and marketing concepts in mind. This includes services like unlimited mockups, keyword research and 10 optimized articles. Its web design services give you a site that ranks well and provides value to your customers.

  • Reporting features: Wordpack doesn't share a lot of details about its data and analytic features on its website. It may provide data and analytics directly, but there likely isn't a reporting dashboard like some other companies may feature.

Pros and Cons

One of the best aspects of Wordpack is the hands-on support you receive. It is one of the smaller companies we reviewed, which means it can give you individual and personalized attention. All of the services we reviewed provide software offerings or direct services; only a handful provide account managers. Wordpack Media may even go beyond this by providing a direct partnership to accomplish your SEO, marketing and PPC goals.

On the flip side, Wordpack's website lacks details on what reports and analytics it provides, as well as any pricing information. We were also disappointed that the company doesn't have a profile with the Better Business Bureau.

Customer Support

Wordpack Media provides customer service by phone and email. It doesn't offer live chat, unlike many of the other companies we reviewed. Given its focus on local attention, though, Wordpack can provide direct and personalized attention and support to its clients.

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Wordpack Media

Wordpack Media

The Verdict

Wordpack Media offers great services for small businesses. Its web design services are noteworthy, as it can build sites while prioritizing SEO and internet marketing. While it lacks some features, it has a well-rounded offering in most areas.

Matt D'Angelo
Matt D'Angelo Contributing Writer
I've worked for newspapers, magazines and various online platforms as both a writer and copy editor. Currently, I am a freelance writer living in NYC. I cover various small business topics, including technology, financing and marketing on and Business News Daily.