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Pestnet Media Sets Out to Help PCOs with Web Marketing

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Utah firm specializes in helping pest control firms grow their businesses online.

| November 30, 2012

Pestnet Media.

 AMERICAN FORK, Utah - Pestnet Media has been helping PCOs for two years with all of their Web marketing needs, the company says. 

Pestnet specializes in four areas of Web marketing to deliver a comprehensive service, the firm reports: press distribution, search engine optimization, social media consulting and online reputation management. The company provides solutions for PCOs to be found on the internet by potential customers, and offers services for monitoring and polishing up online reviews, Pestnet says.

"I grew up in a family owned pest control business and have seen firsthand the need for PCOs to effectively reach new potential customers online," said Justin Anderson, president, Pestnet Media. "We are excited to be working in the industry and hope to make a name for delivering great, measurable results."

The company also publishes information for consumers at pestnet.com. For more information about services offered to PCOs, visit pestnetmedia.com.

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