LTL & Full Truckload Freight Shipping Companies in Oxnard, CA Try Digital Media

Oxnard, CA LTL, FTL, air freight, ground & express package logistics & shipping services use TrafficMAX digital media marketing campaigns to attract new small business customers in Ventura County.

Towson, United States - June 2, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Logistics companies are finding significant benefits associated with high quality digital marketing. TrafficMAX Media, LLC is stepping up to help small 3PL and other shipping service providers attract new customers and grow their business.

Interested companies can review TrafficMAX services at: https://trafficmaxmedia.com/ .

TrafficMAX Media is headquartered in the city of Towson, just north of Baltimore, MD, but this digital marketing agency has national reach. They engage clients both locally in the Mid-Atlantic region, and across the US. The agency works with any company’s current marketing and advertising efforts. And it can also initiate custom campaigns that work effectively without any other marketing spend by the client.

Helping clients acquire new customers is TrafficMAX’ primary objective. The agency combines Digital Media Placement (DMP) campaigns and expert Search Engine Optimization (SEO) methods to accomplish this.

Their most recent campaigns have engaged logistics companies who specialize in serving and providing advantageous pricing to specific business shipping market segments. In Oxnard, CA and other parts of Ventura County, TrafficMAX works with logistics companies providing service to small and medium sized businesses who regularly ship Less Than Truckload (LTL), Full Truckload (FTL), Air Freight, as well as Ground and Express Packages.

Rob Burke founded TrafficMAX Media more than two years ago following a career in technology, business operations, and management consulting. Since the agency’s launch in June of 2018, his goal has been to provide extremely effective digital media marketing services that are affordable for the increasing number of small and medium-sized businesses with unique customer acquisition, sales, and growth aspirations.

Burke notes, “Small business owners must remain focused on operations and helping customers. That leaves very little time for effective marketing planning and execution.” According to Mr. Burke, a minimum of effort and input is required stating, “Clients report the biggest benefit of our Digital Media Placement or ‘DMP’ service is that it doesn’t require much input from them. They define their market territory and then just tell us what services they want to sell. We do the work and report back on progress.”

TrafficMAX enables 3PL and shipping logistics industry clients to attract customers and increase sales by publishing information and news through an extensive digital media network. Information and digital content is picked up and distributed by hundreds of reputable online publications. These local, regional, and national media and marketing partners include a vast network of distribution outlets including authoritative news websites, industry blogs, and well-known video and podcast channels.

Digital Media Placement (DMP) campaigns can be launched within five days of engaging TrafficMAX. The agency does not require a long term contract – clients are invoiced monthly. The DMP service may be cancelled by the customer any time upon request.

Information about how to engage TrafficMAX is found on the company’s website: https://trafficmaxmedia.com/ .

Contact Info:
Name: Robert Burke
Email: Send Email
Organization: Trafficmax Media LLC
Address: 722 Dulaney Valley Rd. #278, Towson, Maryland 21204, United States
Website: https://www.trafficmaxmedia.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88960293

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