Simplify Complex Ideas

Marketing, simplified.

Is your product or service too complicated or abstract to convey its value in words alone? Do you need to reach more people? Do you need someone to help you distill and visualize the benefits of your service or product? Are repetitive sales calls and product demonstrations taking a bite out of your bottom line? You have come to the right place. We specialize in making the value of your product or service into an easy-to-understand, wide-spread marketing message.


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JUL 24 2014

Schedule It - 5 Minutes to Better Marketing

Every business owner knows how easy it is to forget or push aside the little things that come along with running your business - to pay a bill, make a social media post, return a phone call. They get lost in the shuffle. There are just too many balls in the air to keep it all straight. That is why ... Read More

JUL 11 2014

Results Guaranteed - 5 Minutes to Better Marketing

A guarantee can be powerful marketing tool. They are championed by small business marketing pros like John Jantsch in Duct Tape Marketing and some other long-time, top-notch marketers. With a guarantee, your company and the customer have skin in the game, and that buys your company credit... Read More

JUN 16 2014

It's Not About You - 5 Minutes to Better Marketing

Have you made the decision to buy something because a company has been in business for 50 years? How about because they are family-owned for three generations, or you saw a picture of their storefront? Because of the announcement of an abstract new product? The answer is probably “never.... Read More

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