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Good Design is
Good Business

- Thomas J. Watson Jr.

There are those who create ads and deliver media plans. There are those who provide marketing research, digital strategy and website analytics. There are those who will do anything you ask them to do. And then, there’s us. We can do almost everything, but we won't do anything unless it builds your brand.

We don't think outside the box. We burn the box to ashes. Maybe it’s time you burn a path to our doors. We’re Maycreate and we’re ready to make your brand make a difference.

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Our blog is a way for us to engage you. It informs. Enlightens. Provides insights. Strengthens your competitive instincts. Highlights the impact SEO, digital and social media development’s having on your industry. It’s a window to the future of your market, your customer and your business.

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    Focus Treatment Centers offer those dealing with substance abuse and eating disorders specialized programs that are specifically designed to fit each patient’s individualized needs. The result is these individualized programs are more than just “rehab.”Focus relies heavily on the effectiveness and marketing support of digital media, especially their Website. The majority of their patients connect with them online.   Read More...

  • Owning The Customer’s Consideration Phase

    Marketing executives today are faced with more challenges than their earlier counterparts from the ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘80s. If you were a CMO in that era and you were launching a product with an ample budget, you’d spend the money on print, radio, television, direct and maybe outdoor, and that was it.Today, you have those media and thousands of different things to do online. Understanding Google algorithm changes, or the throttle rate of Facebook ads, how your customers move...  Read More...

  • Planning for The New Generation—Centenarians

    It’s entirely possible. As longevity increases, marketers plan for a world of centenarians. CMO Atilla Cansun got a firsthand look when his father retired at 66.   Read More...

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