Clinton Township, Michigan (PressExposure) December 20, 2007 -- EquityAds.com packages are designed to provide the same level of service, attention and product offerings as given to larger competitors; but at a price smaller businesses can handle. This model allows the âsmall guysâ to compete on the same playing field as the âbig guysâ.
The pricing for search engine marketing and related services has steadily increased over the last several years due to the Internetâs continued growth and steady popularity as an avenue for customers to locate vendors and make purchases. This trend has slowly edged out small businesses from being able to compete with the big budget companies. Web Equity Holdings launched EquityAds.com to counter-act this particular trend and put the small guys back in competing position.
âWe feel that launching EquityAds.com will not only be beneficial to small business, but also to consumers as well as the Web economy as a whole,â states A.M. Khan, CEO for Web Equity Holdings.
EquityAds.com provides service globally and is headquartered in Clinton Township, Michigan. More information can be obtained at [http://www.equityads.com] or toll-free at 866-433-4450.
About Equity Ads: EquityAds.com is the small business division for search engine marketing services provided through Web Equity Holdings. The small business division offers rates that small businesses with small budgets can accommodate. The unique pricing model allows small businesses to be able to obtain quality search engine marketing services that allow them to be competitive with larger companies that have larger budgets.
About Web Equity Holdings: A firm specializing in the development, growth and ongoing profitability of online business ventures. The company founders are award-winning professionals with experience in the areas of market research, search engine marketing, communications and business administration. Their goal is to create success for online businesses, whether through the incubation of new firms or providing strategic marketing direction to existing ones.