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Seriously Good Marketing for B2B and Retail Companies

Graphic Design, Web Development, PR & Professional Writing.
Tell Your Tale is a Houston marketing firm, focused on effective press releases and public relations,
creative graphics and smart web design that search engines AND people want to read.

Since 2005, we’ve helped clients like HP Inc., InSite Realty and Tejas Office Products create marketing that really resonates with customers and boosts sales. After all, we all need to see the return on our investments.

Tell Your Tale sees marketing as the numerous ways your prospects and customers learn about you. We help tie all those touch points together so your contacts hear and see the same positive messages about your business again and again. The result? You increase your visibility. Build your business reputation. Connect with your customers and boost sales.

Whether you’re looking for the right team to handle your marketing entirely or want to supplement your current team’s skill set,
Tell Your Tale is ready to roll up its sleeves and get the job done.
Don’t just take it from us. Our customers have plenty to say.

From engaging Web sites to professional brochures and media relations with track-able results, count on our seasoned professionals to get the job done right, within budget and (of course) with a creative spin.

We invite you to check out our design work and contact us today for details on boosting your company’s visibility and strengthening sales.

Recent Articles

Social Media for Restaurants: How to Attract Hungry Customers

As of 2017, 81 percent of Americans have a social media profile, representing a five percent growth compared to the previous year, according to Statista. Additionally, the number of worldwide social media users is expected to grow to some 2.5 billion by 2018.1 With this whopping number of potential buyers online, many of whom interact with their phones 13 X per hour or 200 X per day,2 social media puts low-cost marketing tools at restauranteurs’ fingertips. Used strategically, social media really can drive hungry customers into restaurants. Here’s how you can make a real impact with social media for restaurants.

5 Tips for Email Marketing for Restaurants

The restaurant business in Texas is big business. Just in the Houston area, there are more than 10,000 restaurants with the average Houstonian dining out more than residents of any other city—4.1 times per week, compared with the national average of 3.1. Still, the average meal in Houston costs restaurant goers on average $5 less than the national average.1 So how do you connect with patrons and prospects cost effectively and drive them into your restaurant?

A Big Win in Graphic Design Awards Houston

We’re really excited to share that Tell Your Tale and Mentis Neuro Health have been recognized as a platinum winner for the 2017 Marcom Awards, graphic design awards presented in Houston last month. These brain injury awareness cards proved to be a clever way to break through the “clutter” and grab the attention of healthcare providers looking for experts in brain injury rehabilitation. If you’re an executive looking for graphic design with an impact, this is a great project to review.

Why Public Relations is Better than Advertising

A topic in the marketing realm that often causes confusion is the difference between public relations (PR) and advertising. While I believe organizations should have a good mix of both, I also understand that with budget and time constraints, executives must prioritize marketing efforts and the associated budget. In this blog post, we’ll look at the key differences between PR and advertising as well as why PR makes more sense for most organizations.

Why Is Public Relations Strategic?

When organizations set out to conduct public relations (PR), the first questions to ask are: “What are we hoping to accomplish in general? How can PR help us reach that goal? Are we prepared to enable our PR efforts to really work for our organization?” Rather than just writing a press release and emailing it to some contacts, the outreach should be well thought out to reap the most benefits. Taking a long-term view to PR is important. Let’s explore why PR makes strategic sense.