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Hi. What's your name? What company are you with? What kind of image does your current marketing and advertising reflect? Is that really the way you want to be viewed by existing and potential customers? Are those tie dye colored ink pens really getting you new business? Why do you insist that your employees wear a suit and tie to work to portray a professional image, but you're ok with the fact that your logo looks like it was designed by a church secretary in 1982?

Whoa, wait a second here. Why are you asking me all these questions? I came to this site to learn about you, not to be insulted by a bunch of ridiculous questions.

Simple. All you need to know about Porter Promo is this: We will help you answer those questions. We will work with you until every answer is the right answer. Together we will shape, re-shape, tweak, or promote the image that best suits your business, organization or idea. We will help you make more money, get more business, reach more people, and make the money you spend worth spending. But before we get to that, we're going to need you to answer that first question on your own...

Hi, my name is...

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Josh Porter
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THOUGHTOFTHEDAY BY JOSH PORTERgraphic design sapulpa oklahoma tulsa design ideas

We spend thousands of dollars a month on billboards, newspaper articles, advertising specialty items, radio spots, and direct mail pieces to try and get our name out to the general public. We then wait to see if our advertising dollars turn into sales. We then take the money from those sales and invest it into more postcards, brochures, and other various advertising methods. Is there anything wrong with this process? No. As a matter of fact, without this process I wouldn't have a job.

But let's look at the way the clothing industry does it. They make a product, they advertse it. We see it, we like it, we want it. We go to the store and pay a ridiculous amount of money for that one item that bears the "IN" logo. We wear it, carry it, and show it to our friends. Not only is that company getting free advertising, but we actually paid them for the opportunity to advertise their product. Now that's good marketing!

The moral of the story is.....THERE IS ALWAYS A BETTER WAY! Your way might be great, but let's work together to make it even greater!