Nobox Marketing Launches New Website

Interactive agency Nobox Marketing, with offices in Puerto Rico and Miami has announced the launch of its new website, www.nobox.com.

The company is highlighting the website's feature-rich content and is inviting the public to examine the campaign case studies that are posted on the website to get a feel for the agency's creative approach.

At the heart of this approach is the belief that traditional mass-appeal marketing is now obsolete, and that the greatest opportunity lies in targeting specific segments with campaigns that resonate on a personal level.

Also central to the company's marketing strategy is campaign integration, bringing in different elements such as banners, mini-sites, and e-cards into the broader marketing effort.

Nobox has done campaigns for Mozilla Firefox, Lexus and Toyota, among others.


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