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New Pest Control Marketing Site Launched

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A new website contains marketing ideas, examples, articles and solutions for pest companies looking to grow the business.

| March 17, 2011

ST. LOUIS, MO. – Pest control companies can now access marketing information developed exclusively for the pest control industry by Compelling Communications in one site. The website www.HowtoMarketPestControl.com contains marketing ideas, examples, articles and solutions for pest companies looking to grow the business.

“Instead of a company searching numerous sites for pest control marketing information, we plan for this site to be a repository where pest control companies can visit for new ideas in marketing,” explains Compelling Communications Owner June Van Klaveren. “Plans are in the making to add more original articles and examples frequently.”
Van Klaveren has helped pest control companies market their services for the past 14 years and is owner of the LinkedIn group, “Marketing Pest Control Services.” She can be reached at june@compelcom.com; www.Facebook.com/compellingcommunications; www.LinkedIn/in/Compelling, or 800/779-0067.
 

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