How Can We Help You?

Based just outside Toledo, Ohio, with offices in Los Angeles and the Boston area, Allen Mireles Consulting offers both traditional and digital marketing and public relations services. We work hard to stay on top of the constantly evolving social media and digital tools (so you don’t have to).

And, our services include a secret sauce.

Here are a just a few ways that we can help:

  • Create the strategy and marketing materials to launch your new product or service
  • Pitch your brand’s story to media and online influencers to help generate publicity and online buzz
  • Develop a brand strategy that incorporates multiple platforms and communicates your value to your audience
  • Implement a content marketing and social media marketing program to improve brand exposure and gain sales leads
  • Create compelling content to tell your brand story

Our secret sauce? It has a few ingredients:

  • Experience
  • Proven processes
  • Knowledge
  • Passion
  • Creativity
  • Excellent customer service

What we can help you with?

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