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B Communications, an integrated communications consulting practice, serving the professional pest management, lawn care, and landscape contracting industries, has launched its website – www.b-communications.com.

| March 3, 2011

CLEVELAND – B Communications, an integrated communications consulting practice, serving the professional pest management, lawn care, and landscape contracting industries, has launched its website – www.b-communications.com.

The website features information on the array of services offered to clients seeking turn-key, unique and effective customer-driven communications and marketing programs. Services B Communications can provide customers in the pest management industry include:

  • Website and eNewsletter content and design consulting
  • Social media management
  • Development of marketing and sales collateral
  • Video and podcast development
  • Press releases
  • Strategic marketing/communications planning
  • Media training

Heading B Communications’ pest management business is veteran industry journalist and marketer Jeff Fenner. Fenner has 15 years of industry experience working as an editor on Pest Control Technology and Service Technician magazines, and leading PCT’s conference and seminar efforts.

For more information visit www.b-communications.com or contact Jeff Fenner at jfenner@oh.rr.com.

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