WMSH Marketing Communications
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Contact us for all of your marketing communications needs—from planning and branding to market research and social media.

We’re always happy to sit down and talk—with no strings attached. And the coffee is on us.





As a full service agency, we provide each of the following 15 key services:

1. Strategic Planning and Consultation: Brainstorming, market analysis, comprehensive SWOT evaluations, and competitive audits
2. Branding: Evaluating, evolving or creating, and executing Corporate Identity programs for both existing and start-up organizations, including logo creation, positioning, mission statement development, and preparation of Graphics Standards Guidelines
3. Conceptual Packaging: Message platform construction and competitive positioning, including development of message, delivery strategies, and tactical arrays
4. Audio and Video Production: Creation and execution of radio and television commercials, corporate videos, and infomercials, from storyboard through finished film or tape
5. Creative Development: Design, layout, finished art, copywriting, technical writing, and editing
6. Market Research: Original qualitative and quantitative research, as well as supervised research coordinated with outside vendors
7. Media: Liaison to all, print, online, broadcast, cable, and outdoor media, including planning, negotiating, purchasing, and post-buy review of time and space
8. Media Relations: Packaging and presenting the “news” and “feature” aspects of our clients’ stories by working with key media reporters and editors through aggressive dialogue based on news releases, media alerts, media kits, pitch letters, and opinion editorials
9. Media and Presentation Training: Preparing clients for public presentations and media interviews, including  “before and after” videotaped sessions and behind-the-scenes looks at the inner-workings of the news media
10. Corporate Positioning: Creating a “face” for business executives by developing business and community-oriented opportunities
11. Community Relations: Developing programs to help companies position themselves positively in the marketplace while supporting the community
12. Special Events: Creating events designed to build target audience awareness and attract media attention
13. Public Policy Consulting: Establishing a position, and then implementing a campaign, often with a grassroots component
14. Development:  Communications support for annual, capital, and endowment campaigns
15. Web 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0: Traditional website development and social media, including podcasts, blogs and webinars, plus Search Engine Optimization (SEO)