| MC – Portland
| MC – Portland
A full service creative agency and so much more
We utilize our arsenal of creative talent, strategic insight, and carefully cultivated relationships to achieve powerful business growth that is more efficient and cost-effective than traditional agencies. We are lean and mean with low overhead and streamlined processes. This ensures you are getting the most bang for your buck — without paying for fluff or unimpressive results.
After many years of hearing countless stories from clients who were overcharged and underwhelmed with other web designers and consultants, we made a promise to ourselves and our clients to simply do better. Our goal is to exceed your expectations and to bring you fresh solutions that produce tangible results.
Anyone who knows us will tell you how hard we work to make our clients happy, but we are not “yes” men or women. If you request something we feel wouldn’t benefit your company, we’ll tell you. And we won’t take on a project if we aren’t completely confident we can do an excellent job.
Our clientele ranges from small local businesses to international retail chains, and our projects are just as varied. Regardless of your industry or specialty, we work expeditiously and effectively to gain a masterful understanding of your industry, competitive landscape, important trends in your field, and your specific challenges and goals. This research combined with a wealth of experience, keen intuition, and excellent “listening” skills allow us to produce exceptional results.
Our clients describe us as innovative, resourceful, and worthy of entrusting their most crucial projects. We promise we’ll work hard to continually earn that praise.
We Love to Work With
Jim Moore started Word Jones from scratch in June 1999, billing an impressive $3,500 that year. But the first major client signed on in 2000, word of mouth spread, and now we have plans for word dominance. In addition to straight-up word work, we’ve branched out, and now use a network of like-minded and talented independent writers, proofers, graphic artists, photographers, Web designers and others. http://www.wordjones.com/