Prospect Genius Moves Into Boston Market

Prospect Genius, a leading provider of local online advertising, has expanded into the Boston Market. Now local businesses will be able to use Prospect Genius's search engine optimization to bring customers directly to them.

Albany, NY, November 20, 2008 --( Prospect Genius, a leader in online, local advertising, is pleased to announce its entrance into the business market in Boston. Using search engine optimization to enhance businesses’ online presence, Prospect Genius provides a unique advertising tool to connect customers with companies.

In the past, consumers looking for goods or services turned to the phone book for leads, but today, with the Internet reaching record saturation, search engines are the tool of choice. Unfortunately, many local businesses still rely on the old infrastructures as their primary advertising method even though the consumer has essentially moved on. With Prospect Genius now working in the Boston region, these companies have a more relevant way to advertise. Using microsites custom designed by Prospect Genius, business is channeled straight to their door, instead of passing them by.

Matt Gallo, Internet Marketing Manager for Prospect Genius, says, “In a market as large as Boston, it can be hard to connect customers with businesses. That’s why Prospect Genius is so excited about working with local service providers in the area. Our SEO model brings customers directly to the business, helping them find the service provider they need and making you a sale.”

Several businesses in the Boston metro have already partnered with Prospect Genius to strengthen their online presence and expand their client base. Industry leaders including Design Wood Floors and East Coast Flooring are in the vanguard of this local online advertising movement. See who else has already linked up with Prospect Genius at their Boston homepage. More companies join the Prospect Genius team every day, and in the process, connect to the advertising network of the 21st century.

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Matt Gallo