Nektur Marketing Opens In Chattanooga

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Nektur Marketing in opening in Chattanooga with a focus on helping businesses grow.

Carlos Pielago said, "Aligning your brand with the customers searching for your product or services  is a growing challenge for today’s business owner. Nektur was formed to help you meet that challenge by providing practical online marketing solutions to grow your business.

"We not only offer a wide range of great services to scale any business, but we are proud to introduce our Nurture Program to Chattanooga.

Marketing can seem like a daunting task to small business owners. Creating content and the funds needed to develop an online presence can make the job seem impossible. Our Nurture Program will provide small businesses with an opportunity to develop an online presence and grow their brand. We will offer low monthly rates and you only pay for the services you need.

 

"Nektur will also be providing a free, local seminar to educate business owners on the power of the Internet as a marketing tool."

 

 Visit www.Nektur.com or call 423) 797-6388.


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