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Compelling Communications Redesigns Web Site

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The site is easier to navigate, offers free articles for use in publications and web sites and showcases the company’s creative efforts.

| February 21, 2012

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — As part of the 15-year celebration of the establishment of Compelling Communications, June Van Klaveren announces a redesign of the company’s web site.

The newly designed site makes it clearer what Compelling Communications does for its clients (i.e. makes them stand out in their field). The site is easier to navigate, offers free articles for use in publications and web sites and showcases the company’s creative efforts.

“The new look and feel of the site makes it more user friendly,” said owner June Van Klaveren. “It also presents a better picture of the benefits of working with my company.”

Compelling Communications is a full service marketing company that focuses on helping pest control companies market their services.  The web site address is www.compellingcommunications.com. The company also owns www.howtomarketpestcontrol.com that focuses exclusively on marketing solutions for the pest control industry.

 

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