at 3805 N Tampa St, Tampa, 33603 United States

small business marketing services. social media management. online listings. website content development. merchandising. logo design. &more

3805 N Tampa St
Tampa , FL 33603
United States
Contact Phone
P: (727) 755-6969


i love small business! There's nothing more rewarding than helping a local business grow and thrive, especially in a tough economy. My goal is not to advise you to invest tons of your hard-earned profits into expensive advertising campaigns, but to teach you how to use grassroots and guerrilla techniques to optimize your exposure and maximize your results. I accomplish this goal by: Creating website designs and content; Developing logos, advertising programs and brand identities; Coordinating special events, promotions and customer retention programs; Designing and implementing marketing and merchandising programs for local businesses; Creating guerrilla marketing programs and cooperative relationships; and listening to you and evaluating your needs!

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WooHoo! It's #nationalmomandpopbusinessownersday ! Thanks to all of our Mom & Pop shops out there! Support small businesses today and every day! #shoplocal #shopsmall

Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-03-29 15:24:49 GMT

No matter what you need for your marketing project, I am here to help. Amazing prices on printing, embroidery, screen printing, trade show giveaways, logo merchandise and more.

Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-03-28 20:41:32 GMT

Learn from the experts! VIDEO SELLS! #Channel125 #Network125 Why don't YOU have a viral video?

Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-05-05 18:06:44 GMT

Tampa is in the news AGAIN!

Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-03-21 15:49:50 GMT


Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-03-20 01:17:37 GMT

A Very Personal Brand Building a brand is about a lot more than selling carbonated beverages around the world or making your company name a household word. It's about creating a consistent and identifiable image for your product or service. Although most people don't equate the term 'brand identity' with the local mom-and-pop market or their neighborhood handyman, anyone who has a business or craft is well-advised to consider the benefits of branding. Let's briefly examine the situation of artist Clay Hood. Once you have met him and seen his work, there is an indelible image engraved into your memory. His work is big, but he is not. Small in stature, Clay makes up for it with a flair for the dramatic. He has appeared at gallery openings and other events wearing translucent butterfly wings, gilded crowns and outrageous outfits of every description. Platform shoes, exotic chapeaux and wild fabrics set him apart from the crowd. You'll never forget him. READ THE REST:

Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-03-19 14:16:07 GMT

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Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-03-11 05:15:45 GMT

Are you ready for #TampaPride2016 ? There's still time to order custom t-shirts for your group or business. Local production, great pricing, excellent quality! Contact me today for details.

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We're geting close ... #TampaPride2016 is on March 26th!

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Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-05-13 19:13:29 GMT

YUP! We can help you with video too. Sales, training, promotional videos for your business.

Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-05-09 13:18:52 GMT

In case you're wondering what I can do for you ...

Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-05-05 15:56:39 GMT

A little end-of-the-weekend retail humor ... Randy wants you to see this.

Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-05-01 22:27:37 GMT

Marketing maven ... guerrilla ... promo whiz ... whatever you need to get the word out ... I'm available!

Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-04-29 17:43:43 GMT

Need I say more? #TheCustomerIsNOTalwaysRight #EndStupidityNow

Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-04-28 00:35:58 GMT

WooHoo! We were recognized as one of the top 25 web design firms in Atlanta! #theartofhype #webdesign #seo

Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-04-25 23:07:24 GMT

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Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-04-21 16:27:23 GMT

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Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-04-21 02:47:54 GMT

Sometimes, great marketing ideas are a little controversial. Do you think they crossed the line here? Would you buy a #MasterBait t-shirt?

Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-04-20 15:25:00 GMT

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Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-04-11 18:08:35 GMT

A Sign of [Bad] Things to Come Every business owner on the planet knows the value of a good sign. Properly placed and visible to passersby, a good sign can make the difference between survival and success. Often this is one of the first investments a business owner makes when starting out on a new venture. Nothing new to report there. However, a bad sign can have the exact opposite effect. Dingy, poorly lit, hidden signs can be the death of a new business ... or an existing one. Every time I pass a retail establishment or restaurant I have never shopped in or eaten at, I determine whether or not I want to go there based largely on the sign and the exterior of the business. Today I encountered one such business. Granted, this is not the primary sign for Perla Tacqueria on Piedmont. But it IS on their property. And it is visible to anyone who goes through the Drive-Through or circles the parking lot. I don't know about you, but it doesn't instill a lot of confidence in me that they have any respect at all for the image of their business. And the second half of the sign [attached] is even more alarming. The lesson here: Take your signage seriously. It represents your business. Update: Perla is out of business. There is a new Mexican restaurant with improved signage at that location. More blogs at and more thoughts on small business

Published The ART of HYPE on 2016-04-04 13:57:36 GMT

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