Marketing Press blends business and development to create WordPress sites that succeed.
We approach websites as marketers, not developers, and use a data-driven process to guide everything we do. By seeing where you are now and setting a strategy to achieve your goals, our team can help you build an effective, easy-to-manage site that improves your conversions, community, and content.
Greg Taylor, Founder
After working in marketing and business development for over ten years, Greg decided to pursue his passion for WordPress development and content marketing by starting his own company. Tired of seeing sites that look great but don’t achieve results, he founded Marketing Press to help business owners find the best of both worlds.
In addition to leading the company, Greg has become well-known in the WordPress community as a speaker and teacher. He has presented at several conferences (including TechPHX, WordCamp LA, WordCamp Phoenix, and WordCamp Vegas), been featured on industry podcasts (such as BusyMarketer and Hit the Mic with Stacy Harris), and regularly appears on popular shows (like WPwatercooler and his very own Marketing Press TV).
When he’s not working on code or content, Greg spends his free time mentoring at Gangplank, taking in live music in Tempe, AZ, or hanging out in his home state of New Jersey.
Kevin Eberle, Project Manager
Kevin is Greg’s right hand man and helps Marketing Press clients fix their frustrations on the web. With a background in professional photography, he also brings a unique perspective on the design and visual impact of a site. Kevin’s goal is to make your project painless and guide our team as we develop the site you’ve always wanted.
Get in touch with our team to tell us more about your project and see how we could help.
“Greg Taylor and the Marketing Press team redesigned our website with little input, other than a logo and some basic details. They managed to pull off a great site on the first attempt. We were live within weeks, without any major revisions. The platform was intuitive, local, and didn’t have any cumbersome technologies or learning curve.” – Patrick Armstrong, Canal Partners