This article was originally published on Digital Journal on 11/25/20.
MIAMI, FL – Matthew Capala, founder and CEO of digital marketing agency Alphametic, announced today the expansion of his business operations in downtown Miami. With a new office space in the area, the company now has more room for the agency’s growing team. According to Capala, this move paved the way to accommodate the increase in business and the strong demand for Google and Facebook marketing despite the pandemic. Capala was also named as a Downtown Miami Rising Star by VoyageMIA, Miami’s business and culture magazine.
“Running a successful business in the post-pandemic world means creating a strong online presence behind your brand in every sector and industry. At Alphametic, we’ve seen strong demand for digital marketing services with businesses shifting from brick-and-mortar to digital. Our move to downtown Miami marks a new chapter in the Alphametic book and opens up a world of potential growth as a team and as an agency,” Capala said.
In an interview with VoyageMIA, Capala shared the story of how he built his digital marketing agency from the ground up. He told his story of immigrating to the US and graduating during the collapse of the economy in 2008. He recalls how he overcame these obstacles with the mindset that “each challenge we face is part of the equation. As long as you can see the end goal, you can overcome any obstacle.”
Capala plans to continue to grow his marketing agency from their new office in downtown Miami, the heart of the business district. “I’m humbled to be able to contribute to the vibrant downtown Miami economy with our office move and create small business jobs to support the local COVID-19 recovery,” Capala said.
Capala embraces his title as “rising star” as he continues to help clients grow their brands while expanding his Miami digital marketing agency.
Located on a 1,390 sq. ft. space on the top floor of the Chase Bank Building, Alphametic’s new office allows its local and out-of-town clients to reach them with ease. The new office has quick access to major thoroughfares such as I-95 and US-1. It’s also close to a Metromover station and the Miami International Airport. With this setup, the company’s clients can easily access Alphametic’s conference space for meetings and presentations.
“We’re very excited about our new office space and what it means for us as an agency,” Capala shared. “This marks a new chapter in the Alphametic book and opens up a world of potential growth as a team and as an agency.”
The Alphametic team is currently working remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic, however, they expect to reopen their new office once it’s completely safe to do so.
For more information on Alphametic, visit alphametic.com. Interested individuals may also follow the company’s Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn for updates on the new office space and where the team is headed next.
Alphametic is a Miami-based expert search marketing and optimization agency that helps brands achieve greater ROI from their online marketing efforts. Alphametic’s team of experienced digital strategists and analysts is led by industry veteran, author, and speaker, Matthew Capala.
Matthew Capala is the Founder and Managing Director at Alphametic, a boutique search marketing agency. He is also the Founder of SearchDecoder SEO Training Institute, an industry-leading platform for actionable workshops, bootcamps and online education for businesses and entrepreneurs. At Alphametic, Matthew helps clients increase their online visibility through integrated SEO and SEM solutions that yield higher ROI. His clients include L’Oreal, Novartis, Hoval, Quest Diagnostics, ilani Resort, Shopkeep and Primoprint. His work and ideas have been featured on Inc Magazine, Chicago Tribune, eMarketer Huffington Post, Mashable, Entrepreneur, The Next Web, and Inc. He has delivered talks and keynotes all over the world, from Trinidad to the Swiss Alps. He is the author of bestselling “SEO Like I’m 5: The Ultimate Guide to Search Engine Optimization.” Formerly Adj. Professor at NYU (’12-’14) in the field of digital marketing, Matthew has three business degrees, including Marketing MBA.