Online Interactive Digital Media Agency FastTrack Online Marketing Awarded Contract with Liberty International

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FastTrack Online Marketing, the online interactive digital media agency and online video production company, has added to its list of well known corporations Liberty International and its subsidiary WOW Mobile. FastTrack Online Marketing will be guiding the internet growth for Liberty International with its proprietary “Velocity” strategy.

FastTrack Online Marketing, Inc. ( ) and CEO Bill Ganz have been awarded the contract as the online interactive digital media agency for Liberty International and its new brand WOW Mobile. The contract was awarded to FastTrack Online Marketing, Inc. by Liberty International CEO Randy Jeffers to guide his company into the future of online social media marketing.

Randy stated, "With Mr. Ganz's wisdom from the past and vision for the future of online interactive social media and marketing he is changing the face of the Network Marketing industry and my company. My last company grew to over one million distributors without the internet. I expect Mr. Ganz to far exceed that in a much shorter period of time."

FastTrack Online Marketing, Inc. has developed a number of successful social media, social networking and social marketing strategies for the Network Marketing and MLM industry. Mr. Ganz has been awarded countless industry awards for media campaigns, social media strategies, web design and interactive campaigns to include both traditional and new media strategies. Ganz is very excited about this campaign to introduce and showcase the power of his new branding philosophy called "Velocity".

Ganz defines "Velocity" as Direction plus Speed equals Success. Companies today that embrace the internet and use social media often times get in trouble when they don't understand the foundation of many of the matrix of search engine marketing and the rules for different social sites. “Velocity” according to Ganz is a proprietary strategy focused on statistical results based on social interactive media architecture.

Ganz and his team of internet scientists and creative directors build campaigns by first getting a perspective and then help the company go through the gears rapidly with learned knowledge. It is so important today to know the difference between learned knowledge and learning. Many companies have ended up facing challenges by attempting to run internet strategies and search engine marketing without understanding the rules that the search engines have in place.

Ganz is excited about the contract with Liberty International and WOW Mobile and predicts a massive up tick in their business in the early stages of marketing with "Velocity". Click on this link to see one of the social media sessions at Mr. Ganz’s studio on Mid-Wilshire with Randy Jeffers the CEO of Liberty International and WOW Mobile -
You can also go to the URL – – to learn more about the social strategies and low cost videos designed for internet and viral distribution.

With Traditional Media losing its audience, a new world of on-line marketing and advertising is materializing. FastTrack’s measurable business process makes it easier for executives to direct their companies in ways that allow them to quickly enter the On-line New Media arena. Ultimately corporations end up with a two-way communications relationship with their presumers™ and customers. Ganz created the word presumer to denote a customer before they are a customer through the means of conversational marketing or social viral strategies.

Mr. Ganz is also the author of the highly acclaimed research book on social networking, called “Belonging Networks”. He has offered this guide to anyone who wants to gain an edge on the competition in the social networking arena. The book can be downloaded for free from -

To learn more about the products and services of Liberty International and WOW Mobile, click on the link provided:

Bill Ganz is available for media interviews and special social networking events and projects.


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