Search Marketing Group Provides Pro Bono Marketing for Self chec to Raise Awareness for Preventable Diseases

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Search Marketing Group, a global search marketing agency, partners with Self chec to spread the importance of health self-empowerment through new a new website launch and enhanced marketing initiatives.

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Search Marketing Group, a leading performance-based digital marketing agency, has recently formed a pro bono partnership with Self chec designed to elevate their current marketing efforts.

As a non-profit organization whose mission is to educate the public about the importance of practicing health prevention and early detection, Self chec wanted to better leverage the digital space to drive more awareness for their cause.

SMG will be providing expert marketing services designed to help Self chec spread the importance of health self-empowerment. From responsive web development to targeted social media campaigns to a complete overhaul of the website, the agency has been greatly involved with the majority of the recent marketing efforts.

“As a digital marketing agency that prides itself on promoting messages worth sharing, we felt it was our duty to use our marketing capabilities to join the fight against curable diseases. We’re particularly excited to have the opportunity to work with Self chec and further their noble enterprise for the foreseeable future,” said David Berger, Founder and President of Search Marketing Group.

In addition to the aforementioned support, SMG has also launched, an entirely new web page designed to drive awareness and encourage more donations for Self chec’s cause. Each donor who gives $5 will receive a “Touch Yourself” bracelet that is meant to serve as a powerful reminder to always perform early detection screenings and "self-checs." Contributors will also get a new "friends & family" bracelet for every additional $1 they donate. All contributions are tax-deductible.

The Self chec “Touch Yourself” bracelet campaign is another in your face, on your body and at your fingertips way to remind the public to do important self-checs for testicular, breast and skin cancers, and touch their phone buttons to call their healthcare professional for the other health checs they might need.

"Although 'Touch Yourself' can be provocative and sometimes embarrassing, we’d rather people be embarrassed than die of a preventable disease like cancer because they didn't take care of themselves, or didn't know how. We are thrilled to have SMG as a partner in creating awareness about prevention. With their expertise, we can reach more people when they have the most potential to take action to avoid our greatest health threats," said Joan Peckolick, founder of Self chec.

SMG will continue to work with Self chec to further their marketing initiatives moving forward.

About Search Marketing Group

Search Marketing Group (SMG) a leading digital agency headquartered in Englewood Cliffs, NJ dedicated to helping businesses of any size develop a cutting-edge web presence of the highest quality, integrity and performance. SMG leverages their innovative marketing and technology services to manage profitable marketing campaigns, build reputable brands, and ensure that clients actively reach their consumers online with Fortune®100 quality web strategies. Founded in 2009, SMG’s portfolio of work includes successful campaigns for the automotive, home insurance, health, music, and restaurant industries, along with many other industries and brands. For more information, visit

About Self chec

Self chec is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing the best and most comprehensive free “keeping healthy” one-to-one communicated tools to help protect you and those you care about from cancers, heart disease, diabetes and obesity; diseases that are often preventable, treatable and often curable. Their goal is to spread the importance of health self-empowerment to everyone who has the potential of being diagnosed with a chronic disease, and help save the more than one million people who die unnecessarily each year. For more information, visit

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