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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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Excite

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

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Explore

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

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Exchange

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

Todd
Wold
Internet Director

Patti
Norris
Account Manager

Janice Mayer
Staff Accountant


Our Latest Blog Posts

  • mktx_portland_story

    How to tell a Good Story

    By Bob Patterson- We talk a lot about the need to produce content as a vehicle for establishing leadership and building value for your marketing program. People respond to other people’s experience, but what makes a good nugget of info or a good story to share with your constituents? Consider the following criteria: Know your audience – What are their needs? Put yourself in their…

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    3 Successful tips for utilizing Facebook for your business

    By Andrea White- Facebook is a great tool to utilize for any business for many different reasons. If you’re a local business, Facebook is a great place for your customers to be able to find you, learn more about you, and interact with you. Your presence there can also aid your company’s SEO effort. The only downside to creating a presence on Facebook is the…

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  • mktx_portland_great-marketer

    How to be a Great Marketer

    By Bob Patterson- Marketers, like their companies, come in all shapes and sizes, with varying skills and motivations. I’ve worked with a lot of them in my 30+ years of technology marketing. In thinking back upon these working relationships, some particular habits stand out as those of the most successful of them. (Note to current clients: I may or may not be talking about you….

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