RevenueBrew Marketing Raleigh NC Seeks Businesses for Beta Testing Google Ranker

Small to medium sized businesses that are not ranking in Google can sign up for the Targeted Media Google Ranker by RevenueBrew to get free early access and help shape development.

Apex, United States - March 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

RevenueBrew has a limited number of beta slots available for small to medium sized businesses interested in using a new Google Ranking Tool. Their new product Targeted Media Google Ranker is being built from the ground up and the company is seeking feedback from qualified candidates.

Interested potential beta testers can find out more about the product by visiting the website: http://www.RevenueBrew.com and filling out the form on the contact page. RevenueBrew will not contact you for anything sales related, only for some follow-up questions if needed.

RevenueBrew has plans to incorporate several sought after features, including:

Ranks you on the first page of google – Get’s any business featured on high ranking websites like ABC, NBC, CBS using all whitehat techniques, which in turn provide quality backlinks and your company in more searches for your keywords..

Google Money 3 Pack – Get’s your business featured in the map that appears in Google searches on page 1 – you’ve seen it when you search for plumber or roofer. Now you can be in it when customers search for you.

Get’s your business more customers – More exposure on the internet means more web traffic and more foot traffic. Also allows your business to state that it was featured on FOX, ABC, NBC etc.giving your reputation a huge boost.

Selected beta testers will be expected to give feedback on these features as well as other planned functionality. The process takes only a few minutes to start and results happen usually within a week.

Mike Taylor, Head of Data Analytics, is eager to find the right match between Targeted Media Google Ranker and small to medium sized businesses. In particular,

“RevenueBrew is looking for practical feedback that will allow the company to make specific improvements to Targeted Media Google Ranker. In exchange, small to medium sized businesses will receive all of the results above for free.. The company is also considering a special incentive plan to reward these early testers with special pricing and other benefits for helping to shape development, sort of like Kickstarter.”

Qualified beta candidates can find out more and apply directly on the website, http://www.RevenueBrew.com

Contact Info:
Name: David Allen
Organization: RevenueBrew
Address: 300 Pinewood Dr, Apex, NC 27502, United States

For more information, please visit http://www.RevenueBrew.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 312776

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