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NFIB and Web.com(Nasdaq:WWWW), to Improve Online Visibility of Small Businesses

Submitted by on 10 April, 2016 – 4:35 pm

The National Federation of Independent Business, has entered into an exclusive partnership with Web.com. The alliance offers members access to the NFIB Web.com ‘s website design and online marketing products that help small businesses succeed online.

“We are dedicated to helping small businesses themselves, operate and grow their business, and that means using the Internet as one of its instruments,” said Mark Garzone, NFIB Senior Vice President, Marketing. “Web.com has the experience and knowledge necessary to provide the best and most complete solutions available for our members, as many Fortune 500 companies that choose to partner with Web.com can attest. Moreover, by choosing Web.com, our members will benefit from the added benefit of working with one company instead of many, that their online marketing needs addressed.

Web.com will provide NFIB members with a complete marketing solution online that features a professional design, marketing and promotion engine search capabilities, including enhanced listings on Google ™ Maps, Yellow Top websites and directories of local search engines for a mobile website and a performance scorecard that provides site traffic updates in real time. Members also have access to continued support of Web.com ‘s design team and online marketing experts.

“With more people using the Internet, a website is often the first impression customers have of the company, particularly when they are an established brand,” said David Brown, president and CEO, Web.com. “When you’re competing for Mindshare in the market, just having a website is not enough. Small businesses need websites that are properly designed, optimized, marketing and maintenance. Our core competency is to provide that assistance to small businesses effectively, efficiently and affordably. We appreciate the opportunity to work with NFIB, the voice of small U.S. companies, and we hope to help NFIB members succeed. “

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