MEGA Group USA Launches Web Advertising Program

GERMANTOWN, Tenn.-MEGA Group USA, a national buying group for appliance, electronics, furniture and bedding retailers, recently announced the launch of its MEGA WebAdvertising program.

Through online and display campaigns, MEGA WebAdvertising connects MEGA members with their local, purchase-ready consumers.  A patent-pending "Learning Engine" proactively funnels qualified sales leads for the retailers' products by targeting consumers through contextually relevant websites and directing them to the nearest dealer.

"Our focus has and will always be to support our dealers at the local level helping them increase awareness, drive traffic and generate sales of their individual stores in their markets," said Rick Bellows, president of MEGA Group USA. "We launched MEGA WebAdvertising as another tool for the independent retailers to use to grow their business and positively impact their bottom line. MEGA WebAdvertising's Internet search engine advertising, digital display ads, remarketing and social media services are designed to put the member at the forefront of all marketing efforts giving them the power to succeed in their retail trading areas." 

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