WELLESLEY, MA--(Marketwire - Oct 23, 2012) - - Venmark International has reintroduced a brochure describing product publicity for smaller manufacturers and distributors. It explains why press releases are a cost-effective marketing tool for B2B companies, allowing them to achieve superior SEO results while integrating all of their marketing activities.
The Maximum Visibility Brochure describes the role of product publicity for smaller B2B manufacturers and distributors, citing the benefits using case summaries. Publicity generates widespread web visibility in all types of media outlets, websites, and blogs, increases website traffic, dramatically improves page one search engine results, enhances brand awareness, produces qualified sales leads, and supports distributors. It is also a very cost effective way to promote products overseas in order to begin or support an export program and recruit distributors.
Targeting small B2B industrial and technical companies, the Maximum Visibility Brochure is published by Venmark International, a well established firm with a distinctive business model for small manufacturers and distributors. The company specializes in creating product releases and product application stories for companies in virtually every industry from aerospace to wastewater processing.
The Maximum Visibility Brochure is available at www.venmarkinternational.com
About Venmark International
Venmark International specializes in publicizing products and product applications for all types of companies and has a distinctive business model that positions them well for small manufacturers and distributors. The firm was founded in 1976 by Steven M. Stroum who started from a spare room at his parents' home in Newton, MA and moved to nearby Wellesley within a few months where they incorporated in April, 1977.
In recognition for Venmark International's contribution to the success of many small companies, Mr. Stroum was selected to serve on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Small Business Task Force and was later appointed one of 18 Small Business Advisors to the Governor of Massachusetts. He also served on the Norbert Weiner Forum at Tufts University to study the impact of technology on society and was selected by the International Rotary Foundation to tour South Korea as an Ambassador.