PHOENIX, AZ--(Marketwire - Aug 14, 2012) - Many marketing and advertising analysts have recently doubted the success of online marketing techniques that may include social media, search engine optimization and web design initiatives. Such doubt comes from a lack of data that prove such methods bring in enough commercial success to stay relevant. However, a recent article from The Austin American-Statesman reveals that these methods are proving profitable enough that companies providing those services have been able to grow immensely. Dynamix7.com has been a leader in this growth by teaching individuals how to use online marketing tactics as a way to increase small business profitability. The company notes that its curriculum can help train individuals who want to join this growing industry.
The article details the success of a relatively new company, Yodle Inc., a New York-based online marketing firm that has recently announced plans to widen its services to Austin, Texas. The company began serving Austin out of three office locations in May of 2011. Yodle has since hired 400 employees to conduct a variety of online marketing services for businesses who want to increase sales potential. In about a year's worth of development, Yodle now has plans to consolidate its offices into one central Austin location and double its employment to a staff of 800.
"The recent success of Yodle Inc. highlights how quickly the online marketing industry is growing. In just a year's time the company has doubled its employment, which demonstrates how necessary these skills are in today's business world," notes Dynamix7.com in a recent press statement. However, despite the growth of such companies, Dynamix7 also observes the difficulty of learning the skills needed to work in this fast-changing market. It is for those reasons, that the organization is a dedicated leader in providing a diverse online marketing curriculum to its students.
"Dynamix7 offers education built from some of the top voices in the online marketing world. This provides our students with a unique opportunity to not only learn from working professionals, but gain experience that is up-to-date with current practices," notes one of the company's representatives. While such experience is vital, Radley Moss, Yodle's director of corporate communications, tells The Statesman that is important to also pay attention to which companies have a need for extensive online marketing services.
Yodle's success in the Austin region is in part due to the city's thriving economic growth that includes a great number of small businesses. Dynamix7.com adds that its curriculum is built to show small businesses how to capitalize on Internet marketing methods. The online educator explains that those hoping to seek employment at companies like Yodle can gain an extensive background on how online marketing can benefit local businesses and thus apply that knowledge to a future career.
Geared toward small business owners, Dynamix7.com is a digital training service that provides continuing education for those looking to improve their company. The web site features web-based training videos, tips and other tutorials that are available at a user's convenience. Dynamix7.com focuses on coursework that is mainly involved with online practices such as the basics of web design, e-commerce and social network marketing strategies.
To learn more about the company's offered curriculum, visit http://dynamix7.com.