Manager Mint Media Offers Benefits Designed to Improve Business and Brand

Businesses in all industries can leverage Manager Mint Media traffic, which receives monthly visits by tens of thousands of users across 112 countries. Various benefits allow users to gain exposure and grow their brands.

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA , United States - March 13, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Users of Manager Mint Media gain valuable benefits to help boost exposure and grow brand authority.

Known as The Most Valuable Business Resource™, Manager Mint Media provides the tools required for businesses from all industries to access tens of thousands of people located in 112 countries. Users also have access to high quality and informative articles, live streaming of the top business radio channels and podcasts, videos from any business topic, and book recommendations and quotes to inspire daily life.

Members build a Company Profile page on the reputable MMM website which produces backlinks to their website, producing greater authority in their niche via favorable Google search results. All sales and referrals are retained by members without fees or commissions. Part of monthly membership fees go towards advertising Company Profiles as well as donations to provide food for those in need through the Anthony Robbins Foundation’s International Basket Brigade.

Free Guest Posts are encouraged which are linked directly to Company Profiles and directly back to contributors. Each post is shared over 80 additional times on social media outlets for as an additional bonus. Podcasts and online videos through Youtube, Vimeo, etc. can also be added to Company Profiles and Live Stream sections of the website for further exposure at no additional charge.

For an additional fee, members can take advantage of the company’s Press Release and Distribution service which significantly expands brand exposure. MMM staff write professional articles about user businesses and then distribute them to hundreds of major news sources. A recent press release reached an audience of nearly 94 million and was featured on ABC, Fox, Boston Globe, AP and many more. An added benefit is that Google sees these links all pointing to member websites which boosts local ranking. Plus, featured users receive “As Seen On” logos to add to their pages.

"Our goal is to find all the valuable information that can help improve you or your business and provide it in one place.” – Manager Mint Media

About the Company: Manager Mint Media is The Most Valuable Business Resource™ and is the number one place for Business, Entrepreneurship, Startups, Investing, Leadership, Marketing, SEO and Branding information and resources that are designed to help clients improve their business and brand. Users can read high quality and informative articles, live stream the top business radio channels and podcasts, watch videos from any business topic, and get book recommendations and quotes to inspire daily life.

For more information, please visit: https://www.managermint.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Shane Wieters
Email: info@managermint.com
Organization: Manager Mint Media

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