Our team members are the best in their fields, with top accolades and peer recognitions to show for their outstanding efforts.
We don’t get caught up in status symbols, marble-pillared halls, or anything else that serves to separate us from our clients.
We have offices in the Northeast and Midwestern United States serving clients from Chicago to Chile to mainland China.
Marketing Solutions for a world without strings™
Tin Cans Unlimited LLC formed with a singular mission: to provide marketing solutions for a world without strings.™ With decades of experience in communications management, publishing, marketing, PR and Internet development, our talented team has the know-how to help your organization accomplish all of its marketing objectives. Tin Cans Unlimited LLC provides expertise in online strategy and planning, paid search, search engine optimization, e-mail marketing, podcasts, blogging, social media and more.
Know the terms your customers use for successful SEO
Tim: Search Engine Optimization is a sorely misunderstood topic. Business owners understandably want to show up in searches and there are hundreds upon hundreds of companies promising just that, and a few of them are reputable firms that provide genuine results. Back in ...Read more »
Good enough isn’t
Jeff: An important part of Tin Cans culture is our constant effort to provide value. It doesn't matter if it's Laura or me, the senior strategist or the new kid, every member of our team works hard to provide clients, potential clients, ...Read more »
AKC response provides great marketing lessons
Laura: In this brave new world of transparency, at which point are businesses drawing too much attention to their potential bad news? With two AKC-registered collies at home, I am a registered user of the American Kennel Club website and receive the occasional ...Read more »
The ugly ‘C Word’
One of the challenges social media managers face is the perpetual task of finding “stuff” to write about; let alone how to make it interesting and readable. In the field, we refer to this as content… content, content, content! Every conference, meeting, article ...Read more »
Is marketing inappropriate during a crisis? Who decides?
Jeff: Can someone please explain to me why it was necessary for businesses in the social sphere to completely shut down their marketing efforts in the wake of this week's horrific bombing at the Boston Marathon? I understand the impulse to send out ...Read more »