An Advertising Agency That Understands Public Relations

From media planning and buying to creating a comprehensive full-service advertising plan Media Matched gets brands noticed in innovative and ingenious ways. As a full-service advertising agency that understands public relations, this is a company that works within your budget to deliver your message about products and services in a special and inspiring way. Specializing in media placement, creative message delivery and generalized promotion, Media Matched has the right formula for your business’s unique needs. Collaborating in the digital world by integrating traditional media with digital media gives clients an added edge that would otherwise not be possible.

Discover Innovative Media Plans That Work

Innovative ideas that are genuinely unique can easily catapult a brand or the next big idea to a level that is beyond imagination. Media Matched integrates extensive industry knowledge and experience with creative spark and insight to create media plans that exceed expectations. Achieving extraordinary results with regard to giving brands a unique voice ensures that clients get the results that they expect with regard to branding. Custom brand identity strategies using social media, mobile marketing and viral growth results in impressive outcomes for businesses wishing to excel.

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Provides Clients With Solutions That Fit

Keeping these simple concepts in mind it is easy to see why selecting the right advertising agency and public relations firm is essential to long term viability and long-term business success. While there are many advertising firms in the greater Albuquerque area, one company has consistently exceeded customer’s expectations over the course of years. Media Matched provides clients with solutions that fit. This is a company that is well versed in effectively collaborating digital media with traditional media to reach a wide variety of targeted audiences and multicultural audiences. Contact this Albuquerque advertising firm today to learn more.

Executive Profile: Shelley Gregory

President and CEO of Media Matched Inc.
Hunter Riley, Special to Albuquerque First
Shelley Gregory

  • President and CEO of Media Matched Inc.
  • Phone: (505) 431-4524
  • Address: 9798 Coors Blvd. NW, C-305, Albuquerque 87114
  • Website:
  • Education: B.S. in journalism from Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
  • Hobbies: gardening, skiing, kickboxing and working out
  • Family: husband, John; dog, Gracie
  • Hometown: Northfield, Ohio

Shelley Gregory is the CEO of Media Matched, an advertising agency and public relations firm that she operates with her husband, John Gregory. John is the company’s chief financial officer and vice president. Gregory said she and John operate different parts of the business, which helps them work together and understand that each has authority in certain positions. They also share philosophies such as how service should be delivered to clients. “It doesn’t hurt that he occupies the office farthest away from mine,” she said. Media Matched has worked with businesses such as PulteGroup, ABQ Lasik Specialists and Christus St. Vincent in Santa Fe.

What do you find to be your biggest challenge when it comes to doing business in New Mexico?

Submitting on the state’s RFPs. The initial paperwork is very labor-intensive, involving business details such as insurance and formatting as opposed to the meat of the presentation. Most New Mexico small businesses don’t have the resources or time to dedicate weeks to submit. To solicit more proposals, I would recommend in the initial stage we simplify the process to what the vendor is proposing and the cost. Then those selected would continue to submit all of the additional details.

Other than the obvious, what else did you learn working in broadcast media that has helped you start and grow Media Matched?

Businesses tend to get caught up in the creative and give little attention to the advertising schedule itself. The advertising placement should be strategic and is as important as the creative.

What was your favorite Super Bowl advertisement?

The Budweiser Clydesdale’s commercial. Yes, I am an animal lover and it tugged at the heartstrings. They did a great job of pre-promoting it with details on the production. I appreciated them trying to get as much out of their investment as possible. I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the Paul Harvey Dodge commercial and the quick action of advertisers like Oreo taking advantage of the blackout delay on Twitter.

When you were a kid, what did you see yourself doing at this point in your life?

When I was a kid, I thought at this point in my life I would not be working and married with children. It was when I went to college that my eyes were opened. I took journalism, broadcast and broadcast law courses that I enjoyed and wanted to pursue. Those that know me couldn’t see me not working.

What is the best business advice you have ever received?

I have learned a great deal over the years from my clients. They have truly given me a remarkable education. I am eternally grateful to all of them. The best business advice given to me was, “Don’t take shortcuts and always do the right thing.”

What is one way the marketing industry is changing now and how can businesses adapt to that change?

The way people consume media. When evaluating how to reach different consumers, keep an open mind, don’t rely on what has worked in the past and get out of your comfort zone.

Can you think back to a moment or event in your life where you felt it might have been a tipping point onto something greater?

When I was selling media, each year my salary increased with my sales. I had just completed my best year ever and was told my salary would be “capped” moving forward. I was young but very confident in my abilities so I decided to bet on myself. Fortunately, I’ve never looked back

An Explosion of Content for Connected TVs

A recent article states that one of the fastest growing trends in advertising is Internet connected television. In this way, entities like Xbox, YouTube and soon to be released Apple-made television are looking at new ways to stream traditional televisions on formats other than your traditional channel-surfing remote. These new avenues for awareness and promotion are giving companies yet another creative and innovative way to reach their target market.

QR Codes Get Stylish

A QR (or Quick Response) code is getting a make-over. Online companies such as and are redesigning QR codes in ways that incorporate your company’s vision. Now your skateboard company can design a QR code shaped like your best-selling skateboard or your real estate company can design your code around the shape of a house. All these innovative ways to showcase product information cuts through all the clutter.