Rapid Fire Marketing’s Bionic Cigs Website Updated for Business – Substantial Internet Marketing Campaign to Begin
CARSON CITY, Nev., June 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Rapid Fire Marketing (Pink Sheets:RFMK.pk – News) announced today that BionicCigs.com website has been updated and open for sales. In addition, Rapid Fire Marketing has retained a highly effective Internet Marketing Firm to run the online marketing campaign for the company for the next several months. The purpose of the marketing campaign is to drive traffic and buyers of electronic cigarettes to the site as well as increase awareness of the parent company (RFMK) as an investment opportunity. Marketing will not only include North America but will expand and become global in nature. [wikichart align="right" ticker="RFMK" showannotations="true" livequote="true" rollingdate="1 month" width="390" height="245"]
“Building out BionicCigs as an ecommerce site has been a challenge but all hurdles have been overcome and our new site is now up and running,” said a company spokesperson. “Our objective is to become the top seller of electronic cigarettes and accessories by the end of this year. Our Internet Marketing Firm has been involved in the process of getting our site ready to launch and will commence a global marketing effort over the coming days and weeks which will expand and grow over the next several months,” the spokesperson concluded.
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