Grows Your Business, Not Budget
In today’s information-saturated world, how do you reach an audience that’s always on, but often out of sight? And may not even know you exist. Scoring that big media hit alone isn’t enough. You need to be doing that…and more. Ask us how we’ve taken startups from Anonymity to the New York Times™ and discover how we’ve turned SMBs into industry icons.
"Marx Communications has been a key contributor to my success at two companies I've run. Wendy and her team combine a solid understanding of digital and direct marketing with a keen “ear for the story.” She knows what the press want to write about, and deftly positions us to give them what they want. But while her management of the press is top notch, it is her client management that sets her apart from other PR firms I have worked with."
Former CEO [x+1] (now part of Rocket Fuel)
Former Co-President Marketing Management Analytics (MMA)
“Now I have more clips than the CEOs of much larger companies. Before engaging Marx Communications, I had no PR program, no clipping file and was not on any media person’s radar screen. Within two weeks of starting, I was quoted in the Chicago Tribune, and an avalanche of speaking engagements, interviews and writing commissions followed – everything from CNBC to CNET to the New York Times. Now I have more clips than the CEOs of much larger companies, have spoken at many of the major conferences and am frequently asked for my comments by the media. A key difference: Having Marx Communications handle my PR."
Principal Consultant, XB5 Risk Management
Former Chair, E-Commerce Management, Columbia University
We all make mistakes. Duh. But when we're on the marketing playing field, we try to minimize the number of fouls the best we can. But, when they happen, we suck it up, apologize, and move on. Technology company AppSumo recently had to apologize for sending out an email...[READ MORE]
No matter how awesome your startup, you're facing a daunting task -- getting exposure. The right combination of perfect timing, customer demand, and knockout marketing for startups is hard enough to come by. (Check out some stats about launching a successful...[READ MORE]
Those in the B2C sector typically have full-scale PR resources at the ready. Product launches, press relations, and marketing opps demand a strong PR presence. What about the B2B realm? Do we really need that much PR? And, if so, do B2B public relations...[READ MORE]