Business Lead Generation From Airlines & Banks Marketing Service Announced

A renowned Maryland digital marketing expert has announced a new local lead generation opportunity. Companies can engage with banks and airlines to generate maximum exposure through their site and apps.

Bowie, United States - May 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Slim Media and Marketing, the Maryland digital marketing and Google search ranking expert, has announced a new opportunity for local and small businesses to increase their exposure. Some of the nation’s top banks and airlines are looking to promote local four and five star businesses, making for a great opportunity to increase in store sales and leads.

More information can be found at: http://superiorewards.com

The digital marketing team at Slim Media and Marketing can work with each client to develop a tailored, local lead generation strategy based around this approach.

Banks like Bank of America and major airlines like Southwest are looking to enhance their user experience by promoting quality local businesses. These include restaurants, bars, services(carpet cleaning, flooring materials and installation, etc.), retailers and other types of businesses.

This means that, for any businesses looking to increase their exposure, there is a great opportunity available. Working with the highly trained team at Slim Media and Marketing, companies can engage with these banks and airlines to increase exposure, leads and revenue.

Businesses have the chance to be features on their websites and apps for maximum local exposure. This allows them to easily reach out to their intended audience, get more leads, boost visitors and ultimately increase sales.

The digital marketing specialists state: “At Slim Media and Marketing in conjunction with our strategic partners, we’ve worked with all kinds of companies.”

It adds: “From small single point retailers looking to get more foot traffic from local customers, to large e-commerce companies selling hundreds of thousands of products in store and online. Each company and situation is different, and we’re confident we can help you create a plan for success.”

In addition to putting clients in contact with the banks and airlines that can give them the most exposure, the firm offers a variety of other marketing and advertising options.

These include customized social wifi, Facebook and mobile marketing, reputation management, Bluetooth beacon tech services, and more.

Full details are available at http://slimmediamarketing.com .

Contact Info:
Name: Clinton Bethea
Organization: Slim Media and Marketing
Address: 811 India wells ct, Bowie, Maryland 20721, United States
Phone: +1-240-704-7585

For more information, please visit http://www.slimmediamarketing.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 346755

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