West Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) May 15, 2005
Often unable to afford expert advice to help them, many small- and home-based business owners struggle with their Internet marketing efforts. The result is web site marketing strategy and sales copy that generate few, if any, sales and plenty of frustration for the entrepreneur trying to make a living via the Internet.
"Many, if not most, mistakes that Internet marketing 'newbies' make are easily correctable if the right set of experienced eyes takes a close look at the website," said Jennifer McCay, creative director at Avenue East Communications, Inc., as well as the publisher of the firm's biweekly Avenues to Marketing Success Newsletter.
Effective immediately through July 1, 2005, all new subscribers to Avenues to Marketing Success based in the U.S. are eligible to win 1 of five customized Internet marketing critiques that will analyze their homepages in depth and offer ways to improve the copy and design in terms of their Internet marketing effectiveness.
Visit http://AvenueEast.com to subscribe and get more details about the contest.
About Avenue East Communications, Inc.
Formerly a creative director for Sony Europe and Adobe, Jennifer McCay founded Avenue East in order to be able to help small shops market their businesses more effectively.
The Avenues to Marketing Success Newsletter shares helpful tips on Internet marketing, branding and copywriting to a broad audience of small-business owners, including individuals, experts, Internet marketers and home-based businesses. To subscribe, visit http://AvenueEast.com
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