Connecting Clients to Their Customers
Bridges, like good advertising agencies, bring two sides together. At Metro Valley Advertising, we help engineer this process with creativity, strategic drive and unparalleled customer service. You share your goals and business plans, we provide the tools and tactics to help you bridge the gap. If you are looking for new customers, new opportunities and innovative ways to get it done, then we should talk. We are masterful at building the foundation that will get you measurable results.
How do we do this? It’s quite simple – a unique mix of on-line and traditional media, combined with best in class resources. We are a team of out-of-the-box thinkers who continually research what the next big idea is. Let us help you make the leap from the status quo to amazing growth.
Metro Valley serves clients in Bergen County, Westchester County, Rockland County, NYC (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx), Orange County, Dutchess County, Nassau County, Suffolk County, and runs advertising campaigns across the country.
Marketing & Advertising Articles
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By Rachel Antman Saygency Public relations professionals often advise clients to avoid using jargon when they address or speak to people outside their industry. Yet we don’t always follow our own advice. I, for one, am guilty of using PR-speak, which I’ll call PRench, when I’m talking to people less familiar with the world