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People Are Curious About Us
(and these goofy elastic beads)
 
It's probably due to our company name....
certainly not because of our looks or manner of walkin' 'n waddlin'.
 
Let's just say...
The Herd has been in online marketing meadows for decades...
And, Goose started hanging around The Herd a while back
after leaving a gaggle of cautious corporate "creatives."
 
And, let's also simply say...
We are developers... developers of  
businesses / practices / trades / artist / individuals.
 
Collectively, we don't call ourselves anything like a
Marketing Company, PR Firm, Web Creators, or Agency.
But, with our "Vector Marketing*" we do what we must
to help you gain a better market position.
In our over-sold-hyped-up world,
this is often difficult...
Trust us!
 
Actually, The Herd is virtual.  You won't find us gathering in
offices, around water coolers, or on softball fields.
If you do, they're not ours... Ditto for Goose.
There are no titles, just nicknames.
And every Moose gets to lead
depending on the need.
But, ultimately,
"Bull" rules!
Got it? 

THE HERD & GOOSE
 
Well, what can we say that's cool? 
 
For starters, we Moose, as well as "Goose,"* are herbivores -- though Goose gets darn carnivorous when P.O.ed. And, we also share this one other common trait... We often feed in swamps. This is good, because there's not a lot of demand for plankton. Yeh, you could say that we have a "planktonic relationship."
 
More importantly, you can say that we're accustomed to the OPEN FORAGING.  And that's what we strive to do for our clients...
S-E-P-A-R-A-T-E (now here's a simple use of text as an image) THEM FROM THE COMPETITION, so that there is more open prospect foraging.   And we attempt to do it for "no money" where it is possible!
 
If this qualifies as a mission statement for you, "Go With It.!"
 
Because, it's certainly ours.     

OUR "SWAMP-SMART" STRATEGIES

Hit'em high...

Hit'em low...

Hit'em unexpectedly...

Hit'em often...

Hit'em in surprising ways...   

            And above all...

Hit'em so they don't forget!

TAKE THESE ELASTIC BEADS FOLLOWING YOUR CURSOR ON THIS PAGE.  TELL US, AREN'T THEY A PAIN IN THE BUTT- THEY-ARE-FASCINATING  (We promise to loose them on the next page.)

HOOFNOTE
*  Excepting yours truly who uses "Bull" when commenting as I am here, we refer to each other by specie name... you know, "Moose" and "Goose." And by the way, there have been famous notables in each catagory. 
 
Goose is particularly fond of Mother Goose, "Goose" Tatum, formerly of the Harlem Globetrotters a.k.a "The Clown Prince of Basketball," and Baseball Hall of Famer, "Goose" Gossage.
 
But most annoying is when our "Goose" tries to impress us with "I'm the Goose That Lays The Golden Egg" around here.   Hold on a minute... If  "Goose" Tatum and "Goose" Gossage are guys, what sex is our Goose?  If you can tell from this Website let us know.  By law we can't ask! 
 
And, I hate to do this gender-bender thing again after "Nike" on the Home Page, but many of you are really confused:  A goose is the female of the species... the gander is the male.  So, if you're inclined to bark "Hey look!  What's Good For The Goose Is Good For The Gander!" remember the position you're attempting to advocate!  You may be arguing for a pedicure!
 
Finally, the plural of moose -- bulls, cows, calves, all together -- is moose.  But, the plural of goose, ganders, and gosslings, collectively, is geese.  This means that The Herd will only ever have one goose... otherwise, our name will have to be "Cool Moose and Reclusive Geese."  I think that you'll agree...
it just doesn't have the same ring to it!  
 
"Bull"