This is an integrated online marketing and public relations campaign that will not only get your business noticed in the search engines, but also in print, on television and the radio.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) April 09, 2013
With the launch this week of a new company website, PRMarketing.com has an offer for businesses that have been hesitant to hire an outside marketing or public relations team because of the cost. To show businesses the value of online marketing and public relations, in April, new PRMarketing.com customers can begin an integrated marketing and public relations campaign for just $500 for the first month.
A $1,500 value, the offer includes an article written by PRMarketing.com, submission of the article to online media outlets and blogs, and personalized outreach by PRMarketing.com to influential journalists and bloggers. Click here to learn more about the April offer.
“This is an affordable opportunity to establish and grow your online footprint,” PRMarketing.com President Lonny Stanford said. “This is an integrated online marketing and public relations campaign that will not only get your business noticed in the search engines, but also in print, on television and the radio.”
PRMarketing.com typically sells the package for $1,500 per month, Stanford said.
“We hope to show new customers the value of online marketing and public relations by pricing our services at a rate many businesses won’t be able to refuse,” Stanford said. “I encourage any organization that qualifies to take advantage of this offer. Once a business sees the strong results we can provide, I’m certain they will be back for more.”
PRMarketing.com’s clients have been interviewed by The New York Times, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, Washington Examiner and Forbes. Meanwhile, press releases written by PRMarketing.com have made it into high-profile media outlets including the San Francisco Chronicle, Newsday, CBS MoneyWatch and Associated Press. Links in the press releases help optimize websites for search engines by directing readers from the article to important pages on a company’s website.
“Whether releasing a new product announcement or a positive article aimed at countering something negative posted about a business online, these articles provide long-lasting content that ranks highly when people search the Internet for your product or service,” Stanford said. “Furthermore, few things do more to promote a company’s credibility and expertise than articles printed in major newspapers or reported on TV and radio.”
According to Stanford, “Online public relations will increase visibility for any business or nonprofit organization. This $500 package is one of my first recommendations for a company working to widen its critical Internet footprint.”