Frequently Asked Questions


What kind of companies need marketing?

Regardless of what industry your company is in, you could probably use some assistance with marketing. Whether you work with other businesses (B2B), or you work with consumers directly, it doesn't hurt to differentiate your company and services from those of your competitors. Sometimes, it's just a tagline. Other times, it's a unique logo. We can help you deliver your message to the right folks.


What industries do you work with?

Our clients come from many different backgrounds, and we're equipped to handle many of them. We could design a personal website just for you, perhaps to show off a portfolio, but we also work with restaurants, real estate agents, musicians, photographers, and more!  Honestly, we're up for a challenge, though.

Contact us and let's chat about how we could help.


how much will this cost me?

Our rates are very competitive when compared with other digital marketing agencies. Each situation will be different, but typically we charge a flat rate by the hour for the work that we do. In some circumstances, we may discuss different payment structures, such as per project.


what kind of features can my website have?

Depending on the industry, we can build in options for online ordering for restaurants, to music streaming for musicians and bands, and beautiful galleries to show off the work of photographers. Primarily, we prefer to work within the SquareSpace platform, as they offer the greatest flexibility, an excellent user experience, and 24/7 support for any issues that may arise that our out of our control. Pricing will vary depending on the needs of your business.


what's Love got to do with it?

Who needs a heart when a heart can be broken?



Probably. Have you ever purchased ink for a printer before? The color scheme is CYMK, or for those not in the industry, cyan (blue), yellow, magenta (pink) and key (black). We chose them because of their boldness, and because we're a media company and it seemed like a fun industry thing.



Funny you should ask. Founder & CEO Ryan Pina came up with the name and had originally intended for it to be the name of a really bad-ass, yet-to-be-formed wedding band. When he decided to start the company however, he borrowed the name from himself, and the rest, as they say, is history.