Mark Gottlieb Consulting Adding SEO, SEM, Web Design, and Social Media Marketing Services for 2013
Little Ferry, NJ – January 2, 2013 – Mark Gottlieb Consulting, a 16-year-old consultancy specializing in public relations, digital marketing, direct marketing and media planning, just announced a major expansion for 2013. Due to changes in today’s marketing landscape and customer requests, the company now also offers blogging, web design and maintenance, social media marketing, SEO and SEM services. The goal of this expansion is to become the premiere one-stop shop for all the marketing, PR, and e-commerce needs of small to midsized businesses around the globe.
Mark Gottlieb Consulting uses proven strategies to maximize ROI from mailings, email marketing, and PR. In 2013, the cunsulting firm is also things to the next level by driving website sales and profits through optimizing websites and building social media engagement via Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, YouTube, blogging, and more.
Many of the clients of Mark Gottlieb Consulting lack the internal resources needed to do this and often come to the company to take on the role of their public relations, marketing, and/or social media marketing department. Others rely on thecompany to consult with their existing team to build, improve, or streamline existing processes. Mark Gottlieb Consulting enables its clients to get results, often for a fraction of the cost of a full-time employee in these areas. Mark Gottlieb Consulting has even worked with publicly traded companies including members of the Fortune 500. Its areas of specialty include industrial, manufacturing, publishing, financial, service, consumer, and technical verticals.
Mark Gottlieb Consulting has worked with everyone from publishers with a storied past to suppliers of decorative millwork, moldings, and related products; signage, displays, and display components; specialty hardware and complementary products; bendable substrates; plus lettershops and more. One campaign initiated and executed generated $700,000 in profits with a minimal investment while a PR campaign resulted in orders in excess of $1 million.