Truthfully... given the choice of hundreds of cities throughout the country….why?  Dallas has no ski season, no surfing tournaments, no movie stars (don’t kill us Chuck Norris), no world famous cultural centers, and it’s hot.  Really hot.  When you sit through six weeks of 100+ degree temps and it’s “too hot to swim”, you’re reminded that you may not be living in the most desirable place in the country.  So a digital marketing agency in Dallas?

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For us at 214 Interactive, although we have lived in New York, Los Angeles, San Diego and many more, we all grew up here and our roots are strong.  Some may argue, but Dallas isTexas. And Texas represents a quality of life.  “Texas folk” put the highest value on family, religion, community and an honest day’s work.  That’s something that isn’t easy to find elsewhere.

Dallas is actually an incredible city.  Our football team is the 2nd largest sports franchise in the world, we just built a huge green-grass park on top of a downtown freeway, our suburban public schools are ranked the highest in the Nation, our real-estate is affordable (and presently booming), we’ve got some darn good-looking people here, and if there is one thing we are known for worldwide it’s our shopping.  If you’re creating a quality-of-life checklist, you’ll probably find Dallas shows up consistently top 3.

We at 214 Interactive are proud of our city, and our heritage.  Collectively our founders have over 40 years of online marketing expertise, and we have no doubt that experience will help us become the #1 online advertising agency in Dallas.

Our goal is to help Dallas business owners with their Local Online Marketing.  We are a digital marketing agency in Dallas specializing in Online Reputation Management, Search Engine Marketing, Social Marketing, Mobile Marketing, and all else related to reaching customers online.

We are also family-oriented business owners who work hard so we can play hard.  On the weekends (if we’re not in the office) you’ll find us grilling out by the pool, coaching the kids’ soccer games or surfing a wake behind a boat on the lake.  We admire small business owners and mirror ourselves after the local economy, which has grown consistently and somehow dodged the economic storms of late.

We love Dallas.  And once we conquer it, we may just open an office in cool & sunny San Diego.

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