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That’s right: free service.

We trust our abilities so much that we believe by giving away internet marketing service for no charge that we will be able to convince potential clients of our value.

We’re willing to work for you for nothing to demonstrate our value to your business.

But, we’re not just going to do this for everyone. We’re only going to offer it to serious businesses that we believe we can benefit. In fact, if we don’t think that we’re a good fit for your business (because we fully admit that we’re not a good fit for every business) we’ll also tell you right away that we wouldn’t be a good fit. That way, we don’t end up wasting your time or our time.

Basically, we’ll choose a couple of potential clients each month and interview them to see what can we do to benefit them. If we think we’ll be able to help your business reach its internet marketing goals, you’ll get a limited amount of free service from us so you get a sense of how we work and what our capabilities are.

It’s a unique opportunity to test out our services on a free-trial basis. This way, a company that is thinking of hiring RhinoForce can see first hand what we can do for them prior to committing.

It’s good for the hiring business, because it gets a little bit of free service and it’s good for us because we’re confident anyone who experiences a snippet of what we can offer will sign up for more. And besides, we love what we do, so it gives us a chance to show off a bit. Strut our stuff, y’know.

If you are interested in some limited free service or know a company that might be, please visit this link and fill out the form. Let us show you what we can do for your business.

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About Rob Swystun

A former journalist, Rob has been writing professionally since 2006 and now focuses on copy writing, website content, articles, blogging, ghost writing, editing, proofreading and public relations. Currently an Athabasca University student studying for a BA in Communications, Rob holds a Journalism Diploma from Langara College in Vancouver.




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