Government Bids and Bid Contracts Company Offers Expanded Marketing Services In New Year

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BTBbids.com, industry leader in the government bids and bid contracting reporting industry, has expanded its list of services for the new year. The government bid contracts reporting system has received a major upgrade. BTB also has launched the new BTBbids Business Network an exciting new advertising and marketing project designed to help businesses across the country.

Government bids and bid contracts reporting company, BTBbids.com has announced a bevy of new and improved services for 2009.

Already an industry leader, BTBbids.com has invested heavily in new government bid collection software which the company expects will help them to strengthen their position at the top of the industry. Co-CEO Kyle Yoder says, "Many of our clients have been relying on our timely government contracting reports for our entire ten (10) years in the business. They DESERVE to see improvements EVERY year, so we did not rest on our laurels and we invested heavily on new customized state-of-the-art government bid web-collection software packages which will help them get more government bids faster."

In addition to the government contracting and government bids reports they have specialized in for the last decade, BTBbids.com has expanded into the marketing and advertising industries with their new BTBbids Business Network. "The mission of the BTBbids Business Network is to help commercial business sellers and end-user consumers connect quickly and easily. Today's consumer wants and needs to get instant satisfaction, ie: find what they're looking for ASAP, and make the connection necessary to get the transaction underway. Our Network accomplishes just that," continues Mr. Yoder.

BTBbids.com and Kyle Yoder extend an open invitation to any company in any industry to discuss these business solutions as well as forming partnerships in order to create other ones. "In this tough economy, we all must work harder AND smarter to find business success. I am confident, however, that when we put our heads together, American businesses will thrive in 2009 and beyond."

http://www.btbbids.com

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