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SwisMadeMarketing Launches LocalBizProfit in English. LocalBizProfit consists of two components. A website development platform and a step by step blueprint on how to build an online business and attract local customers.

Bern, Switzerland – March 29, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

SwissMadeMarketing, a privately held Swiss company, based near the capital city of Bern has announced the release of LocalBizProfit in English. This has been a very successful product in the German market for the company and will be available to the English speaking market on March 28, 2014.

LocalBizProfit consists of two components. A website development platform which includes; Cloud based, maintenance free hosting for multiple websites, InCMS (Intuitive Content Management System) with no programming skills required, professionally created industry specific templates for various business types that makes site creation simple and quick, an integrated image marketplace, training videos, informative webinars, free technical support.

The second component is a step by step blueprint on how to build an online business and attract local customers. It includes templates, checklists, presentations, and more.

The target market is the internet entrepreneur with a desire to develop websites for local businesses quickly and efficiently. The idea is that there are thousands of local businesses with little or no web presence in local markets. Many of these businesses pay a premium for a tiny ad, but have no website to serve as a funnel for gaining new clients or servicing existing customers. The value proposition is that a single client can cover the cost for the service meaning additional clients are bringing in pure profit.

In the fourth quarter of 2013, SwissMadeMarketing launched LocalBizProfit in the German market. It has been and continues to be a huge success, exceeding all of the company’s expectations. The company is poised for another successful launch in the English market this week.

SwissMadeMarketing has always supported an active Affiliate program and LocalBizProfit has been added to the list of products available to affiliate marketers. Commissions are timely and generous and additional incentives are being offered during the launch event which begins March 28th and ends April 11th. Over the past 3 months SwissMadeMarketing has paid out over $35,000 in commissions to affiliates of the german version of LocalBizProfit. For additional details on LocalBizProfit and affiliate opportunities visit www.localbizprofit.com/jv

For more information about us, please visit http://swissmademarketing.com

Contact Info:
Name: Carmine Delligatti
Email: carmine@swissmademarketing.com
Address: Fllerichstrasse 34 3073 Muri bei Bern 031 952 51 50
Phone: +41 (0)31 952 51 50
Organization: SwissMadeMarketing

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/swismademarketing-launches-localbizprofit-in-english/38315

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