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Compelling Communications Introduces Pest-E-Blast Eletter

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Pest-E-Blast is a quarterly e-mailed newsletter customizable for individual pest control companies.

| November 30, 2011

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — In an ongoing effort to develop communications and marketing tools for the pest control industry, Compelling Communications announces its newest service, Pest-E-Blast.  A quarterly e-mailed newsletter customizable for individual pest control companies, the Pest-E-Blast will be one of the best ways to keep in touch with customers. Because many companies service only quarterly, the customer doesn’t hear from the pest control company frequently. The quarterly frequency of the Pest-E-Blast is the perfect timing for contacting customers in between service visits.

The publication contains a pest article, a fun article and a personalized article for the individual company and can be read in under a minute.

“We realize that a pest control company’s staff may not have time and resources to produce a high quality e-letter that reflects their professionalism and knowledge,” explains June Van Klaveren, owner of Compelling Communications. “The Pest-E-Blast is easy, affordable (no printing or postage costs), easy and effective.”

The company offers two Pest-E-Blast programs. The Pest-E-Blast Complete  includes preparing the newsletter and emailing to the pest control company’s email list . The Pest-E-Blast Do-it-Yourself includes setup of the e-letter and training on how to distribute it for those companies who like to create their own e-letter.

More information can be found at www.howtomarketpestcontrol.com, by calling Compelling Communications at 800-779-0067 or emailing june@compelcom.com.


 

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