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Stimulating Content.

Creative. Meaningful. Effective.

Since 1998 we’ve been using content to set clients apart from their competitors and build brand preference.

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 brand.

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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

Todd Wold
Internet Director

Janice Mayer
Staff Accountant

Our Latest Blog Posts

  • Give Your New Business a Lift – with a good Elevator Pitch

    – Bob Patterson Every businessperson needs an elevator pitch, the description of your business in the time it takes to ride up a few floors, about 30 seconds. Can you do it? The moment you’re asked to describe what you do is not the time to start formulating your answer. Don’t wing it. A concise statement of your business vision and the unique value you deliver can not…

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  • 5 Ways to Stretch Your Marketing Budget

    By: Bob Patterson Take time to aim Before you start developing a marketing communications vehicle, be it an advertisement, an eBlast, or a direct mail piece, list the audiences who affect your success and prioritize them. Where are your easiest sales made? Which customers almost instinctively understand the value of your product or service? Create a message that addresses their chief desire and choose the…

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  • Motivate your Audience by Relating to Them (and have a little fun at the same time)

    By Joe Santana- There are multiple ways to relate to your audience in the interest of getting their attention and motivating them to respond in furthering a customer relationship. Two of them are 1) feed their imagination by showing them how your product or service can make their lives better, and 2) dramatize their pain to show them that you understand their needs. We’ve used…

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