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IMHX is fast-approaching and what better time than now to ask the digital marketing, PR and web professionals at Molokini Marketing how to help your materials handling related business be unforgettable?
Whether you want to increase brand awareness and engage with potential customers via social media before the day, or take advantage of industry press, we can help.
Digital Marketing for IMHX Exhibitors
Whatever your needs pre, during or post IMHX, Molokini can devise a digital marketing strategy covering a range of digital marketing channels including PPC, social media, SEO, email campaigns, analytics and more.
Website Creation or Update Before IMHX
Everyone looks for information online, so if you think your customers are not going to be checking you out before IMHX, you could be losing some real opportunities. Even the most niche product websites still get visitors that are looking for their specific products, and materials handling related brands are no exception.
Molokini has an impressive track record when it comes to designing websites for the materials handling sector, including organisations such as RTITB and Pyroban most recently. Whether your website would benefit from a simple pre-event facelift (although there isn’t much time left) or needs a complete overhaul, we can get you up to speed before the big day.
IMHX Public Relations Services
If you want to increase your brand visibility in the industrial media, we can support you with press releases, features, copywriting, translations, award entries, events and more.
So if you're feeling a little overwhelmed at the prospect of undertaking an event campaign for IMHX solo, we can help. Molokini’s highly-specialised strategists are always up-to-date on what’s new in the ever-evolving world of marketing, ensuring that our clients stay ahead of the curve. Get in touch today to book a consultation.
Latest Client News
Manufacturer Witton Chemicals has selected Pyroban to provide explosion protection on its latest forklift trucks operating in Zone 2 hazardous areas.
For many network and data cable installers, tracing UTP cables often relies upon trial and error and can be disruptive, as well as costly in terms of labour and customer downtime.
Safety company Pyroban is advising companies that their forklift engineers may need new training ahead of the introduction of the updated EN1755:2015 standard for explosion protected forklifts in November 2017.
Hyster® has launched a new 2 tonne capacity pedestrian stacker for stacking and retrieving loads from racking up to 4m high.
A new and unique annual awards event “Talent in Logistics” dedicated solely to recognising and celebrating professionals in training, learning and development in transport, warehousing and logistics officially launches today.
Hyster Company has introduced two weighing systems that can be fitted to Hyster® ReachStackers and Laden Container Handlers to obtain a Verified Gross Mass (VGM), as required by the recently introduced SOLAS Legislation.
Latest Molokini News
Harnessing the power of a website for any organisation is crucial, even for businesses that may consider themselves as primarily offline. Manufacturers, construction firms, engineers, transporters or other industrial businesses often measure success by their ability to build offline relationships – but the web plays a huge part in developing those face-to-face relations.
Never underestimate the value of email subscribers. These valuable soft leads often end up as your most loyal clients or customers… with the right amount of gentle persuasion.
The web design team at Molokini Marketing was thrilled to have been chosen to re-design the new website for the nation’s leading materials handling accrediting body and training provider, RTITB.
The goal of the competition was to showcase the abilities of electrical professionals, students and apprentices across the United States.
They said that video killed the radio star, but is the new, visual online media age pushing out PR as well?
In an increasingly competitive marketplace, the old adage that “all PR is good PR” no longer rings true.