What is Marketing?

mar·ket·ing – noun – \ˈmär-kə-tiŋ\

a: showing the right person what they want and how to get it
(Yes, that is OUR definition)


At Next 140, we love marketing.
We live it.
We breathe it.
It is the last thing we think about before we drift off to sleep most nights.
We lust for it.

What Do We Do?

Help businesses build an automated communication/marketing strategy that shows potential and existing customers the path to your door.

Can we help your business? YES!

You can find us at the intersection of  Call-to-Action and Engagement.
Or by phone (801-999-8822) and email johnhopkins (at) gmail (dot) com

Who Do We Help?

We work with and can help just about any business or organization in any industry.

Through the various and ever-changing tools at our disposal, we can help you take your business further.

  • Advertising
  • Banking
  • Dental Practices
  • Education
  • Government
  • Healthcare
  • Hotel and Lodging
  • Legal Services
  • Medical Practices
  • Non-profit / Charity
  • Real Estate
  • Restaurant / Food Services
  • Retail
  • Travel, Transportation and Tourism
  • Basically any business that interacts with people!

What Tools Do We Use?


Our primary frameworks are ones that have a proven record for making it easier for small to medium-sized businesses to interact with current and prospective customers in ways that will make larger companies wonder where their marketing dollars are going. They are called Infusionsoft and Ontraport, and they are game changers.


With billions of text messages sent daily, SMS is used by just about everyone. If your business isn’t using this to keep customers coming back, you are leaving the door wide open for your competitors.


With the explosive growth of smartphones, Mobile web sites are an absolute necessity. Mobile users are quickly growing impatient trying to navigate web sites that aren’t tailored for the device in their hand.


Social media tools like Facebook and Twitter are where many of your customers are engaging with peers and other businesses every day. Are you part of their online world?

Each of these tools offers new realities and new rich experiences for users. More exciting than that is that the ways these tools are used today barely scratches the surface of what is possible. Let us take you to what is next!


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