Barrie, Canada (PressExposure) November 23, 2009 -- In July 2009 NetGain SEO teamed up with Container Essentials to launch a new line of marketing materials. This partnership coincides with the launch on the new Container Essentials website which was designed, created and maintained by NetGain. Both companies believe that the satisfaction resulting from the website will continue throughout other corporate marketing initiatives; developing long-term, productive and successful business collaborations.
Container Essentials has been an independent provider of quality recycling, secure document storage and solid waste containers for over twenty years. The company believes that the partnership with NetGain will work to promote the caliber of products and services offered; establishing a global presence, positive brand recognition and ultimately driving sales.
NetGain was selected to service the company's marketing needs as they specialize in search engine optimization, web services, as well as, print, web and graphic design. These expert services have generated proven success with such companies as Busch Systems International, All Source Security Container and Archive Document Storage. All of which continue to use NetGain for each marketing campaign.
In three short months NetGain has already produced the corporate website, downloadable product sell sheets, monthly e-newsletters, promotional flyers, product brochures and press releases for the Chicago based company. The website combines simplistic, modern graphic design and search engine optimization techniques to reach customers effectively and efficiently. The balance of marketing materials already produced work to incorporate a unified branding scheme, creative content and vibrant graphic design.
Steve Phelps, President of Container Essentials, is "Pleased with the results which NetGain has produced thus far and look[s] forward to future efforts. I believe that this partnership will work to leverage our business into its next phase of success by establishing a corporate face in the global marketplace."