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Community Stakeholders: An Integral Part In Every Crisis Communications Plan

Businesses are often faced with protracted public relations and crisis communication challenges that take careful planning, multifaceted outreach and stamina to resolve.  Marx Layne & Co. is a leading Detroit, Michigan-based crisis communications firm specializing [...]

July 26th, 2017|Blog, Crisis Communications|0 Comments

Employees Are Your Front-Line Brand Ambassadors

Things go can viral at warp speed in today’s connected world. Mix high-maintenance customers or a frustrated solo parent with children with an employee who has an attitude problem in a confined space, and the [...]

Metro Detroit’s Changing Hispanic Media Landscape

At Marx Layne & Company, we know the importance of understanding your target audience to most concisely and effectively deliver your message. If your marketing campaign seeks to reach Michigan’s vibrant Hispanic market, it is [...]

SEO Strategies: With more than 1.2 billion websites worldwide, how will your site be found?

Your website is the place where many will form their first impression of your organization. Long past are the days of “build it and they will come.” Even the most beautiful, content-rich websites can benefit [...]

June 12th, 2017|Blog, Marx Layne, Public Relations, SEO, Social Media|0 Comments

Marx Layne Celebrates its 30th Anniversary with 30 Acts of Kindness

Taking its cues from founding partners Michael Layne and the late Fred Marx, the history of Marx Layne & Company is a 30-year love affair with the greater Detroit region, its people, its businesses and [...]

June 6th, 2017|Blog, Marx Layne, Newsletter, Public Relations|0 Comments

Things go can viral at warp speed in today’s connected world

Recent events at Airlines remind us that Employees are your Front-Line Brand Ambassadors By Michael Layne, President, Marx Layne & Co. Take confined spaces; a high-maintenance customer or a solo parent with children; and an employee with an attitude problem, even if for [...]