We’re maestros at helping brands figure out what they stand for, how to talk about it, and how to make sure it rings through at every touchpoint throughout the brand experience.

Marketing, content strategy, messaging, communication: there are lots of terms to describe what we do. Fundamentally, we’re here to help brands be clear, cohesive and compelling in how they communicate — with the goal of improving business results. Our work builds visibility and awareness, attracts prospective customers, makes communication and functional platforms more engaging and usable, and builds long-term loyalty.

We’ve been around the block a few times.

Suite Seven is a team of senior communicators. We’ve worked on massive websites, multichannel marketing programs, dot-bombs and startup successes, brand relaunches, and print publications (may they RIP). Our strategists have worked for Silicon Valley tech companies, big digital and ad agencies, and Fortune 50 corporations. We know how to herd skittish kitties, navigate internal politics, hear what’s not being said and spin straw into gold.

Our sensitivity is our strength.

For a creative agency, we’re an unusual bunch: we prefer to listen rather than talk, and we practice empathy in everything we do. That’s why the work we do creates more satisfying experiences for end customers — and better results for our clients.

The results of our work are clear.

Our work has helped clients achieve better search rankings, higher conversions, lower website bounce rates, increased task completion and improved engagement. Which confirms our suspicion that people crave content that speaks to them — and reward it with their attention and their buying behavior.

The Team


Stacey King Gordon
President and Chief Content Officer

Stacey has been wrangling the WWW since 1995. After many years of journalism, marketing communications and corporate branding experience, she founded Suite Seven in 2008 and has managed many complex digital content strategy and brand communication projects for healthcare, technology, financial services and consumer companies. Stacey has a B.S. in journalism from Ohio University and will earn an MBA with a specialization in healthcare in 2016.