Eric Needle joins Orlando office

MAR 22, 2017

Over the past six months Eric and Stephen have been working together to imagine and what a modern digital agency looks like. Partnering with his firm Longbow, they've delivered extensive marketing reporting, audits and analysis. Their collaboration leverages analytics, branding and content—for creative with measurable results. Gravital Digital pairs enterprise grade data and analysis with creative agency services.

Stephen's focus on analytics has built up Longbow's expertise and capabilities, providing deep talent setting up and monitoring key online metrics to provide measurable results for their clients. Eric's focus on content is a key component of any digital agency. His design and advertising expertise helps direct campaigns, from display ads to landing pages.

Eric provides original content creation that drives organic search and paid campaigns. With strengths in branding, content and internet services, his firm is a targeted marketing agency, focused on your unique audience.

Eric calls Longbow a boutique, going very deep for a small client base. The value of any agency is in it's ability to connect with and understand the people they serve. Providing marketing strategy, web, communications, advertising and outreach, he brings a big picture understanding that allows Gravital Digital to drive to your goals.

Building the web since 1994, he's been concerned with organic search for nearly as long. Through writing, editing, and messaging, he's written and produced content for many sources, corporate, non-profit and SMB clients. He's published a variety of blogs and online portals, writing since 1999.

Connected to the advertising world, Eric is currently Communications Chair for the American Advertising Federation – District Four, which includes 21 Ad Clubs in the State of Florida and the Caribbean. He's also Immediate Past President for their local club. AAF Space Coast.

With a heart for community, Eric has served on the boards of several organizations, including Children's Home Society, 211 Brevard, and the Tourette's Syndrome Association of Florida. He's volunteered, providing services for a number of non profits including United Way of Brevard and Boy Scouts of America.

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