Mt. Laurel, NJ (PRWEB) July 24, 2014
Wednesday, WebiMax CEO Ken Wisnefski announced the launch of a new venture, Marketing.com. This new site promises to help businesses and organizations meet their goals by providing a broader marketing focus that will not only include the online techniques of the flagship WebiMax.com site, but also more traditional offline marketing techniques, e.g., Telemarketing, Public Relations, Billboards, T.V., Radio and more.
Over the last decade, the percentage of online sales has grown rapidly, moving the demand for experienced online marketing into the fore-front, ahead of more traditional forms. In fact, online sales are up 13% from last year and are projected to out-pace the growth of traditional brick and mortar outlets in the next five years. This transition requires businesses to find a strategic approach to both online and offline forms of marketing. Marketing.com was created with the goal of priming businesses for future success by constructing web-first marketing campaigns that are supported offline.
Were branching out in a big way and are very excited to bring this new platform to our current and future clients, said CEO Ken Wisnefski. Online marketing techniques are moving into the fore-front, but that does not mean that more traditional marketing techniques are dead. Marketing.com promises a one-stop solution for companies to bridge the gap between online and offline marketing techniques in a strategic and efficient way.
WebiMax was founded back in 2008 with the goal of helping businesses to navigate the complicated and ever evolving world of internet marketing. With close to 100 employees, WebiMax has been a leader in the field of internet marketing with dedicated teams ranging in services from Search Engine Optimization and Marketing (SEO)(SEM), to Social Media and Email marketing campaigns. Along with its new venture, Marketing.com, WebiMax will be relocating to Camden, NJ in the fall. Taking part in Governor Christies Grow NJ program, this venture is part of WebiMaxs plans to help fuel job growth in the area over the next decade.