A Pensacola Online Marketing Agency Gains A New Employee

June 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Pensacola, Fla. - Prosperous I.M. Inc, a Pensacola internet marketing agency, gains new employee to their workforce. With their growing business, Prosperous I.M. Inc needed to add to their diverse team, which they added a new web designer named Jennifer Heriot.

This Pensacola advertising agency has been continuously adding more and more clients. This past month, their agency saw a lot of success with a large constant flow of clients. They ensure their clients will get results. To make sure their clients get results, Prosperous continually hire more employees every year.

"We are excited to bring new members into our family," said Eddie Hill, owner of Prosperous I.M. "They are already bringing in results, not only for our clients but for our team as well."

Their new employee, Jennifer Heriot, joins the web design team at Prosperous IM With a degree in graphic design, Heriot is already working hard making websites for their clients. She is continually fixing, updating, and perfecting multiple sites. Heriot brings in a large variety of skills and interests to the team; she is never afraid to tackle any problem that comes her way.

One of their former clients, Jason Malone who is the owner of Award Crafters, stated, "The team at Prosperous I.M. have been phenomenal at helping us create marketing tools and boosting our reach to customers. We are more than pleased with the service we receive from them. I strongly recommend their services to anyone with a business!"

Prosperous I.M. continues to grow as more clients come in rapidly. More individuals see results daily. For more information about this agency excelling, visit their website at http://prosperousim.com or call (850) 475-4460.


For more information about Prosperous I.M. Inc., contact the company here:

Prosperous I.M. Inc.
Eddie Hill
(850) 462-5272
180 East Burgess Rd. Suite F Pensacola, FL 32504

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