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Wouldn’t it be great if you had a full marketing team on staff – experts dedicated to driving your business forward and aggressively marketing your products and services.  Your Marketing Director would manage a staff of graphic designers, copywriters and programmers, as well as manage the multiple vendors required to get the job done. 

Unfortunately, it doesn’t make sense for most businesses to carry a full marketing staff. That’s where we come in…

We are your Marketing Department.
Help is a call away. 

Contact us to start a conversation about growing your business

(518) 320-6200 or 
  • Online Marketing
- Website Development
- Online Advertising – Google Adwords
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
- Online Advertising 
- Enhancement of Google Local Listings
- Social Media
- Linked in, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace

  • Google Analytics  / Site measurement

  • Sales Presentations
- PowerPoint
KinetiCast Online Presentations 

  • Traditional Advertising
- Television
- Radio
- Print / Magazine

  • Trade Shows 
- Materials & On-Site Sales Support
  • Print Materials
- Business Cards, Brochures, Sell Sheets &
Flyers, Letterhead/Envelopes, Posters,
Booklets & Catalogs, Annual Reports, Rack
Cards, Door Hangers, etc… 

  • Direct Mail
- Postcards/ Letters/ Self mailers
- Bill inserts
- VERY Targeted data available

  • Public Relations
- Traditional PR
- Press releases
- Distribution to local and national editors 

  • Copywriting / Blogging

  • E-Mail Marketing

  • Data Analysis  

We bring new ideas, manage projects, make sure things get done, work with your vendors and measure results...

... all without a desk, office, benefits or full-time salary. 
Our process changes based on each client's needs but basically we...

1.  Meet with a client. Learn about their business. Discuss goals. 
2.  Analyze current marketing efforts. What is working? What isn’t?
3.  Identify areas for improvement.  Refine the current marketing plan or develop a new plan.
4.  Implement Marketing Plan
5.  Measure effectiveness  
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