Marshall Interactive to Work with Farmington’s North Wind Media

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AUGUSTA – Marshall Interactive, a new division of Nancy Marshall Communications specializing in strategic e-Commerce marketing, is pleased to announce they are now contracting with North Wind Media of Farmington for technical website development services. North Wind Media is a full service firm specializing in website design and software development.

North Wind Media is owned by Eric Tompkins, a graduate of Mount Blue High School and a 2002 graduate of the University of Maine at Farmington (UMF) with a degree in Business Economics.

(Left to right) Nancy Marshall, owner of Nancy Marshall Communications and Marshall Interactive, Amy Rowbottom, project coordinator for Marshall Interactive, and Eric Tompkins, owner of North Wind Media of Farmington.

“It’s is a real pleasure to work with North Wind; we enjoy the personalized service of Eric and his staff,” said Nancy Marshall, president of Marshall Interactive. “The combination of our communications expertise and North Wind’s vast experience in website design will allow us to create an exceptional and successful on-line retail business.”

The first site they have created together is The game Ta-Ka-Radi, founded by Jeff and Pattie Parsons of Bethel, is a Maine-made wooden-block tower game with roots in Ghana, West Africa. As part of a strategic web marketing plan created for the Parsons, Marshall Interactive, along with North Wind Media, has created a newly designed website which launched last week, and will provide e-Commerce consultation, business analysis, internet marketing and search engine optimization.

As a full-service strategic marketing organization specializing in the development and optimization of e-Commerce businesses in Maine, Marshall Interactive is devoted to the success of Ta-Ka-Radi and all of its client companies.

In addition to North Wind Media, Marshall Interactive is also partnering with Ross Lasley of West Freeman, whose consulting business is known as The Internet Educator. Lasley provides strategic website plans that are like the architect’s drawings for a new house. These plans outline all the aspects of a web project that makes it a successful online venture.

Marshall pointed out that collaborative partnerships are common in the web world, where several professional organizations or individuals combine their resources to provide services needed by a specific client or project. “Since I live in Carrabassett Valley, it’s exciting to find collaborative partners right in Franklin County who want to work with my firm to serve clients both in Maine and potentially across the country and around the world,” stated Marshall. “The Parsons and the TaKaRadi site were our marquis clients and we look forward to helping their Bethel manufacturing venture flourish and prosper.”

To learn more about Marshall Interactive, please visit or contact staff project coordinator Amy Rowbottom, at To check out the new Ta-Ka-Radi website, please visit North Wind Media is online at

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