Brian Hong Leads Infintech Designs Efforts to Help Small Businesses Grow

Brian Hong Leads Infintech Designs Efforts to Help Small Businesses Grow

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New Orleans, LA / ACCESSWIRE / June 23, 2014 / Brian Hong, owner of Infintech Designs, understands the importance of digital marketing in the business world. While operating his own herbal supplement company, the lifelong Louisiana resident saw first hand how his skills in Search Engine Optimization (SEO) helped the business grow. Hong’s success in building his business through online exposure led him to launch Infintech Designs with the goal of helping other individuals, small business, and organizations increase targeted traffic on the Internet.

 

Infintech Designs is located in Brian Hong’s hometown, New Orleans. The company employs a small team of experts who design world-class quality websites and specialize in SEO. Hong’s team understands the importance of a great looking website, but they believe it is even more important for the site to be easily found through Internet searches. Infintech Designs exists to help businesses maximize their reach to anyone who is looking for their products and services. In addition to web design and SEO, the company also assists with pay per click management, logo design, ecommerce design, digital marketing, consulting services and more.

With the expansive growth of social media use, Infintech Designs has developed specialized methods for social media marketing. The company’s experts can help businesses build an online community of targeted individuals while increasing their number of likes into the thousands. The thousands of people who like the Infintech Designs Facebook Page are proof of the company’s ability to do this. With over 1.3 billion people using Facebook and many more on other forms of social media, Hong has his company focusing in the right area for future business growth.

Infintech Designs is highly rated and accredited by the Better Business Bureau. The company website includes a portfolio of work completed for many of their satisfied customers. Infintech Designs also maintains a highly informative blog with posts written by Brian Hong. These articles showcase Hong’s experience as a leader in the industry while providing useful suggestions and tips for others who want to establish or increase their own company’s presence on the web.

When he is not strategizing about how to help businesses expand on the Internet, Brian Hong is probably working out in the gym or preparing for the next adventure race he has entered. Hong’s appreciation for physical fitness and competition transfers nicely over to his work at Infintech Designs. His company helps others get fit for marketing in the 21st century so they can remain competitive.

For more information, contact the company directly:

Infintech Designs

Brian Hong
3110 Magazine St., #120
New Orleans, LA 70115

(504) 717-4837
brian@infintechdesigns.com

 

SOURCE: Infintech Designs 

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