Internet Marketing Firm Launches Web Business Referral Program

Hickory, N.C. (PRESS RELEASE – May 5, 2009) – X-Factor Web Marketing, a website optimization firm in North Carolina, announced the creation of a referral program designed to reinforce online businesses and augment its public relations and search engine marketing services (SEM).

“We understand that many web businesses do not have the time or resources to provide clients with full service SEO or Public Relations strategies, an essential element of any business’ strategic internet marketing plans,” says Woody Stoudemire, president of X-Factor. “Our referral program helps web programmers and others ‘complete the loop’ by ensuring that clients receive comprehensive web promotion services.”

X-Factor’s team of internet marketing specialists will work in harmony with web programmers, web designers, web hosting companies and other online marketing businesses to round out clients’ internet marketing needs.

In return for client referrals and building business partnerships, X-Factor will offer:

* $300 for referrals that invest $2,500+ into X-Factor’s services (one-time payment)

* Reliable and ethical web site optimization services to all clients

X-Factor provides flexible, reliable and 100 percent ethical SEO and internet marketing services that regularly increase online visibility for clients on Google, MSN and Yahoo.

X-Factor Web Marketing is located in Hickory, NC. More information can be found on the company’s website:

X-Factor Web Marketing Background

Based in North Carolina, X-Factor’s unique internet marketing business model melds public relations and search engine expertise to drive pre-qualified traffic to companies. This new marketing model is backed by 20 years of expertise. X-Factor’s unique approach separates it from the majority of “web tactics” based search engine optimization (SEO) firms, helping clients rank high in Google, MSN, Yahoo and other major search engines.


Anita Campbell Anita Campbell is the Founder, CEO and Publisher of Small Business Trends and has been following trends in small businesses since 2003. She is the owner of BizSugar, a social media site for small businesses.

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  1. A lot of people have this notion that Internet marketing and SEO are the exact same. What they tend to forget (and miss out on) is that the human aspect of marketing is just as present on the Internet as it is in more traditional, offline marketing. This is a great start, and hopefully more companies will follow.

  2. Barbara - PLR Articles

    SEO, PPC, Article Marketing, PR … there’s a lot of things to know and I’m sure most of the small business owners don’t have the time, will or knowledge to do everything. So services like this one are always welcome.

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