"Anchor was the most comprehensive; great website, a background in marketing, Anchor was the whole package," said Rauser.
St. Charles, MO (PRWEB) July 31, 2013
Recently Anchor Communications began working with Navy veteran Mark Rauser to start his own mobile marketing company, Blue Dog Mobile Marketing. After some research Rauser saw that more and more marketing was being geared to smart phones and tablets, that mobile marketing was the future of the marketing industry. On top of all of that Rauser saw mobile marketing as a way to continue in a field that he enjoys despite his chronic back and neck problems.
Before deciding to start his own mobile marketing company Rauser had 25 years' experience in sales and marketing. In the Navy Rauser served in the advanced electronics field. For six years he worked in automotive advertising, had an insurance business that produced $3.7 million in one year, in addition to other marketing jobs.
Rauser is working to get off of disability by working with the Oklahoma Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), and SCORE to get Blue Dog Mobile Marketing started. Rauser completed all of the paperwork needed by the state and was on his way to having Blue Dog Mobile Marketing up and running but he still needed a website and white label mobile marketing software.
“I looked at every company, I really did,” said Rauser, “Other places only did one thing or the other. Anchor was the most comprehensive; great website, a background in marketing, Anchor was the whole package.”
Anchor Communications created Blue Dog Mobile Marketing's corporate identity including a new logo and web design. Sister company Anchor Digital then developed that website to be completely mobile responsive for efficient viewing on any smart phone, tablet, or other mobile device. They also set up his white label mobile marketing platform.
“We were excited to learn that there are government programs that help veterans to start their own online business,” said Anchor Communications CEO TJ Kirgin, “We are very excited to be able to help out a veteran start his own mobile marketing company.”