B2B Marketing Agency for Technology Companies

Fun Facts

Quick hits about us (and a few of our idiosyncrasies). Hey, you should know who exactly you're doing business with. :)

Our leadership team has a combined 30+ years of web design, development, & inbound marketing experience

Eric Sharp (Founder) and Dawn Welsh (Director of Projects) lead ProtoFuse with a heavy background in all website-related things such as design trends, content management systems, web technology, & marketing tactics. We also once produced fancy Flash animations. (Now that's really showing our age)

We've planned, designed, developed, supported and consulted over 200 different websites in the last decade

We have some awesome stories. Ask us. :)

50% of our clients have returned to build or market another website with us

We seem to be doing something right.

We've been in business since 2001

ProtoFuse started out as a freelance business for our Founder, Eric Sharp, when Netscape Navigator was still a formidable browser and people just stopped received AOL CD's in the mail. Yea, we've be around for a while.

We don't do print design, social media, advertising, or PR

We focus specifically on Websites, Strategy, UX, SEO, Content Marketing & Measurement. Why? Because specialization and focus helps us provide a ton of value to our clients.

The Fortune 500 doesn't like us

Not because we're not nice people, but more so because we actively pursue relationships with Small to Mid-sized Businesses. Our process, team's experience, and overall offering is aligned with the SMB. The big guys won't find that attractive, and that's OK with us.

We believe a conversion-focused website — paired with the proper traffic, content, automation, and end-to-end ROI measurement — equips B2B technology companies with a real asset to scale their business.


Years in business


Minimum growth in quality leads our clients see after an engagement


Websites we've created, supported, or consulted over the last decade


The jargon we speak (we'll approach conversation like a layperson)