As a versatile 20-year advertising pro, I can help you regain control of your marketing. I am a writer by trade, but also a big-picture strategist, concept-generator and creative tactician. I can show you how to speak to your customers on a level they will understand, appreciate and respond to. 

This is a difficult economy. Traditionally, marketing budgets are among the first to feel the heat. If your company was hoping to save money by doing the job in-house, you will have likely discovered that this whole marketing thing isn’t nearly as simple or easy as it looks.

If yours is an ad agency, adding employees is a scary thing right now. Your business might be picking up steam, but taking on new staffers is going to be a tough sell to senior management. If you find yourself with more work than your overtaxed creative department can handle, I can put out some fires.

This really isn’t about you or me. It’s about results. 

Time to punch in and get some.
“In our (10 years) together, Tim proved that he is not only a versatile writer but also                                     
a solid strategic thinker and “big idea” guy. In addition to his flair for very versatile                                    
  copywriting, Tim knows his way around radio, television and video production and                                      
  is a great voice talent as well. I am certain his tremendous advertising background,                                     
           creative thinking, and genuine nature would be invaluable to any company.”                                                 
Allen Crater
Stevens Advertising
Who works with TPCS?
Typically, my clients land in at least one of the following camps:

Can’t afford an ad agency. Creative responsibility usually falls to                    people who know how to sell, but not necessarily how to communicate.

Decided to walk away from their ad agency, but perhaps to later
        discover this whole marketing thing isn’t as simple as first thought.

Overwhelmed with work, but reluctant to staff up to meet those needs.

Ad agencies that don’t have in-house creatives and regularly farm out
        work to freelancers.

•        Have simply run out of ideas. They’ve tapped into their own resources
        and ultimately dried up.  It happens.

This is hardly an all-inclusive list, but if you find yourself relating to one of them, know that you’re not alone. Your challenges are unique, but they share common ground. 

That’s why I’m here.
It’s not about me.
  It’s not about you.

It’s about your customers.
G o o d    w o r d s.    L o t s   o f   t h e m.

Metaphors be with you.
G o o d    w o r d s.    L o t s   o f   t h e m.