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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 audiences members to identify themselves 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

Angie Griffin
Account Manager

Andrea White
Account Manager

Internet Director

Account Manager

Janice Mayer
Staff Accountant

Our Latest Blog Posts

  • How to get the most out of your press coverage

    By Bob Patterson- Face-to-face meetings with members of the press can be intimidating. Will they ask the right questions? Will you give the right answers? Will you say something dumb that you’ll regret seeing in print later? It’s natural and right to be concerned, but that shouldn’t be a reason to avoid meeting with editors. In-person meetings with the press can be the best way…

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  • Creativity Defined: Part 2

    By Joe Santana- To view part one, click here. Here are two more ads in the series for a jeweler that are built using a creative algorithm. All the great sustained campaign concepts have the legs to generate variations of a concept like this, from ‘got milk?” to Mastercard’s ‘priceless’ series. Once you crack the nut, that is. Understand the algorithm and you can generate…

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  • MKTX Creativity- Defined

    By Joe Santana- One key difference between creative and mathematical problem solving is that for one set of givens there is usually only one correct result in math. But in creative problem solving there are many creative solutions for the same set of givens. The creative process is not a hard-wired one, like an algorithm. For me, the creative process begins as an amorphous, free-flowing…

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