PLRInternetMarketing.com Launches Internet Marketing Forum
Written by: DAMG
Calgary, Alberta – A legal Internet marketing forum has just been launched, offering the general public, entrepreneurs and business owners an outlet where they can learn everything they need to know about online marketing.
Legal Internet marketing is a concept that is always changing and adapting. With innovations in technology and shifts in consumer demands, businesses can have a hard time keeping up with their campaigns. With the launch of the forum, anyone interested in obtaining information about the latest online marketing trends can do so with the help of industry experts.
CEO Warren Wooden explains that PLRInternetMarketing.com’s online marketing forum is now up and running and available for anyone to participate in. The forum allows participants to not only learn about the latest tools in Internet marketing but also interact with other curious Internet marketers.
While there is information about online marketing across the web, it’s usually minimally informative and repetitive, a problem Wooden took into account when creating the PRL Internet Marketing forum.
“A lot of online resources provide great information but entrepreneurs don’t get the practical here’s-how-it-applies-to-you guidance that they need,” he said. “What entrepreneurs really need to be successful is interaction with Internet marketing experts and peers who are facing the same opportunities and challenges. That’s where the PLR Internet Marketing forum comes in. Entrepreneurs can freely interact with experts and with each other to learn about how to apply legal internet marketing to their specific business scenario.”
PLR Internet Marketing is a both a resource site and blog aimed at providing free and paid advice on legal Internet marketing for small and large businesses. The site was created two years ago by Wooden, and has already surpassed other similar sites.
The forum has three key sections: The Main Marketing Area is for Internet-marketing-focused conversations, the “Elite” forum for advanced online marketing topics, and a “coffee lounge” where non-marketing topics can be discussed and where users can converse with each other.
“There are thousands of posts so far and, with every new post and reply, the forum becomes a more valuable place for Internet marketers,” added Wooden. “The forum is a respectful community where everyone looks out for each other. Spam is not tolerated and actively policed, and the goal of the forum is for everyone to help each other become better at Internet marketing.”