El Cerrito, CA (PRWEB) October 29, 2007
For document destruction businesses looking for new ways to gain clients from the internet, there is a new service available to help them target local and statewide businesses.
The website http://www.document-shredding.org , an online directory which researches and indexes hundreds of services related to the paper shredding industry, has just started a new paid advertising program.
This program is specifically designed to help document shredding companies get sales leads from people searching the internet for service providers in their state.
"When we launched the site, we started getting requests from small (and large) document shredding companies who found the site, but didn't see their company listed in there," says Glen Johnson, the owner of the site.
"In addition, some company representatives expressed interest in getting to the top of the list for their state. So naturally, we responded by setting up some paid advertising packages."
The site aims to become a major destination resource for businesses around in the United States searching for information about such topics as:
- HIPAA compliance
- Local document shredding services.
- Data Security
And many more related topics.
The site was designed by experts specifically to target local businesses around the US. The editors also regularly add content, get links from major sites, and submit press releases to build its online presence and provide value to its advertisers.
For a reasonable fee, advertisers will be able to dominate the web page for the individual state where their company is located. Document-Shredding.Org will place the company information of its advertisers at the very top of the list, which is the first place that potential customers and clients look when they hit the site.
For 2007-2008, text ads are limited to a maximum of 3 text ads per state which means there are only 3 top ad spots available for each state.
To learn more about this service, simply visit http://www.document-shredding.org/advertise.php to see a list of the current packages offered.
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