Marketing

Monday, September 26, 2005

Marketing - Search Engine Marketing Seminar Promises High Ranking Results- Long Island SEO Pioneers Will Conduct Seminar to Share (PR Web via Yahoo! News)


Search Engine Marketing Seminar Promises High Ranking Results- Long Island SEO Pioneers Will Conduct Seminar to Share (PR Web via Yahoo! News)
BETHPAGE, NY, September 27, 2005 Prime Visibility, a leading search engine optimization and Internet marketing firm, is presenting a seminar on Wednesday, November 16, 2005 from 8:00am to 5:00pm at the Huntington Hilton, on Route 110 in Melville, New York. This invaluable event will appeal to business owners, sales and marketing executives, advertising agencies, web developers or anyone who

Online Public Relations Program Launched by Internet Marketing Agency (PR Web via Yahoo! News)
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) September 27, 2005 -- Elixir Systems, a leading search engine marketing agency has developed an online public relations program. The online public relations offering is designed to integrate with their search engine optimization and paid search advertising services to offer an integrated marketing approach for organizations that are dedicated to develop their online

Marketing - O2 plans i-mode marketing splash (Reuters\ via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)


O2 plans i-mode marketing splash (Reuters\ via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)
O2 Plc is poising for the largest marketing campaign since the launch of its own brand four years ago to bring to the country the first i-mode Internet phones pioneered by Japanese partner NTT DoCoMo.

Marketing - Lupin and Aspen enters marketing agreement for TB products (PharmaBiz)


Lupin and Aspen enters marketing agreement for TB products (PharmaBiz)
Lupin limited, a leading pharmaceutical company and Aspen Pharmacare of South Africa, a global leader in generic ARV s, have entered into marketing collaboration agreement for the TB related products in the South Africa.

Bruins try marketing power play on fans (BizJournals)
The Boston Bruins are embarking on an aggressive, multimillion-dollar marketing campaign to re-energize their local fan base. The outstanding question for the team, and the National Hockey League as a whole, is whether a yearlong work stoppage has essentially nailed the coffin shut on an already embittered paying customer.