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Dr. Chandler George Introduces New Internet Marketing Sessions and Services

DALLAS, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Chandler George, founder of Catchfire Coaching, announced that he's currently expanding his premier Internet marketing strategies and coaching sessions for all small businesses in the $1 million to $10 million size range. The new business is called Market My Small Business. The well-known small business consultant provides done-for-you services for owners who want to grow their business or prepare it for future sale.

"We can conduct your marketing campaigns while you operate your business," said George. "We provide coaching, marketing strategies and information for businesses in marketing, operations, staffing, legal needs and more."

Market My Small Business provides essential services that assist business owners in all phases of their enterprises. The firm designs highly effective marketing campaigns that reach targeted consumers, providing direction for social media websites to increase visibility and manage reputation on a fully-fledged Internet marketing platform.

George's technical and creative team members provide website design, advertising and sales techniques that bring websites to the forefront of searches. Search engine marketing, pay-per-click marketing on YouTube and Facebook, blogs and forums work to maintain high visibility for businesses. An in-depth analysis is conducted to determine individual needs and accommodate long- and short-term goals in a free strategy session that can last as long as one hour.

Clients have the opportunity to learn from a master of marketing and operations via the firm's YouTube presentations, seminars and mastermind sessions, along with an extensive array of topics ranging from reducing overhead and automation to the cash vs. insurance dilemma for chiropractic practices.

In the current economic climate, business owners must use every tool at their disposal to boost business and market on a variety of levels. More than 85 percent of all consumers conduct an online search for the products and services they need before making a purchase. The typical user only peruses the first five search results they receive, making it imperative that a business appears within those parameters.

Clients can access Follow My Business on Facebook, Google +, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Twitter. Visitors can request a free quote for a website evaluation and register to receive updates via the firm's email newsletter.

The coaching sessions and business services provide clients with a full range of marketing strategies, information and techniques to boost business, operate more efficiently and reduce overall costs. The done-for-you-services available from the business and marketing consultant authority manage reputations, increase visibility and bring enterprises to the attention of targeted consumers for a significant boost in business.

George can be reached toll-free by phone at 1-888-848-3252 or by visiting Market My Small Business online.

About Dr. Chandler George

Dr. Chandler George is one of the foremost authorities on marketing medical practices, a licensed chiropractor and the owner of numerous med-spas and clinics. The founder of Catchfire Coaching and Market My Small Business has over 20 years of experience in the field of Internet marketing and is the preeminent consultant to those in the health and beauty industries.

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