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Announcing a New 12 Month Program for Small Business Success

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A brilliant new marketing plan for small business owners and start-ups.

Medford, Or, United States – April 29, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

According to U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), there are approximately 28 million small businesses and another 22 million self-employed individuals that are classified as non-employers. With more than 50% of American workers employed by small businesses (those with less than 500 employees), small businesses have been the driver of net job gains since 1995.
“As a small business owners, we understand how important business is, not only as a source of income, but as a source of support and income for employees and revenue for the community. It is important to have access to all of the tools and help that is available to you in order to be one of the 7 businesses that survives the first 2 years, one of the 5 that make it to 5 years and one of 3 that stay in business past 10 years. One of those tools is the 12 month marketing program offered by Paradux Media Group that is aimed to help businesses coordinate and streamline promotional marketing activities in a seamless package. Says Paradux Media Chief Visionary Officer Mike Frey.
He adds, “Running a small business requires close attention to a lot of areas, often times with little to no assistance. These areas include finance, marketing, sales and other areas necessary to be successful. Being in business for yourself does not mean that you have to be in business by yourself.”
The new marketing package by Paradux media is about creating a message, image and brand. It is a tiered approach to meet a small businesses marketing needs, based on the small businesses status and needs. Startups that may not have a present need for a website may choose the Hatchling level to start, which provides the basics such as business cards, logo and promotional letters. The Duckling level takes business beyond a logo and website and shows how to engage customers and bring in business online. The Duck is a fully grown, fully loaded zero to sixty marketing system designed to move the business from web marketing newbie to experienced pro.
A business may be familiar with search engine optimization (SEO), social media marketing, email and blogging. A small business may also have a desire to integrate these tools into their business and efforts to expand market reach. Instead of guessing how to implement these programs, bring in the expertise of a value added team that can help everyone achieve their business success.
To get more information on this new small business marketing package go to ParaduxMedia.com/ducks

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Email: mike@paraduxmedia.com
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