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Marketing the tough stuff since 1998

Producing content and integrated programs to increase brand awareness in hard to reach markets,
build business relationships faster, and shorten the sales cycle for complex products and services.

MKTX: marketing communications excellence

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We create excitement around your brand’s message to motivate key audience members to identify themselves to you.

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We produce and deploy tactics that engage and educate prospects encouraging them to explore your product or service.

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We promote relationships that produce sales and assist in spreading your company’s message.

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Bob Patterson
MKTX President

Joe Santana
Creative Director

Andrea White
Account Manager

Internet Director

Janice Mayer
Staff Accountant

Our Latest Blog Posts

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    Why is Writing Content so Hard?

    By Bob Patterson- We often run into people who feel that developing content to support their marketing efforts is too hard to do. They sometimes tell us “We’d love to do blogs or whitepapers, but we just can’t find the time (or inspiration).” Why is this? Maybe it’s because people too often simply refer to such communication vehicles as “content.” It’s as though, faced with…

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    Three things your marketing efforts are missing

    By Andrea White- Has your company developed and been maintaining a rock-solid marketing schedule? Maybe you’ve established a social media presence, maintained a well-read blog, and have been advertising in all the right spots. Well done! BUT, there are a few things you might be missing, and you never even realized you needed them. REPORTING Has your company established some good SEO practices? Well, don’t…

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    A Word Picture Can Be Worth a Thousand Words

    By Bob Patterson- Sometimes when we are asked to develop content to explain a complex product concept to our clients’ audiences we look for a relevant metaphor that the audiences can readily understand to serve as a communication tool. By describing how our client’s complex message is likened to a familiar item or situation, we can sometimes short-circuit a lengthy explanation and make our client’s…

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