Performance Marketing Agency

January 11, 2011 17:00 ET

GearyPMG Founder John McKusick Profiled in Career College Central Magazine Article About How Colleges and Universities Can Utilize Social Media

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - January 11, 2011) - GearyPMG, a national leader and innovator in performance-based marketing services, is pleased to announce that its founder John McKusick was featured in the November issue of Career College Central magazine, offering his expertise on how colleges and universities can utilize social media in a way that dramatically improves enrollment and retention.

"GearyPMG has been serving the digital marketing needs of universities and colleges for more than a decade. With the adoption of social media, we saw an opportunity for our valued clients to communicate with their key constituents, namely students and prospective students, in a personal and interactive way. By harnessing social media into smart, long-term marketing strategies, we've helped our clientele boost their enrollment numbers and see an increase in retention," said John McKusick, founder of GearyPMG. "We are avid readers of Career College Central, so we are honored that they included our ideas about how colleges can implement effective social media strategies."

About GearyPMG

Geary's Performance Marketing Group (GearyPMG) is a leader and innovator in performance-based marketing. For over a decade, GearyPMG has been supporting branded digital performance marketing and online lead generation efforts for companies in the education, financial, B2B and consumer product industries. GearyPMG's world class services include lead management, lead management technology development, publishing and publisher management, paid media, organic media, consumer relationship management and call center services.

GearyPMG is a part of Geary Group, a holding company providing next generation digital marketing services. Headquartered in San Diego, GearyPMG supports the performance goals of top brands around the nation.

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