WNY Holdings LLC Announces Exclusive Interview with Owner and Founder Melissa Williams

Owner and founder of WNY Holdings LLC, Melissa Williams gives an exclusive interview.

NEW YORK CITY, New York - November 8, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Melissa Williams, the owner and co-founder of WNY Holdings, has given an exclusive interview.

In the interview, Melissa elaborates on the passion that inspires her life and her work. She also advises new start-up business owners who want to become entrepreneurs or leaders in their field. She details the inception of WNY Holdings, the critical role her husband Ben plays, and how she keeps going even when faced with challenges and obstacles. Furthermore, she shares her hopes and dreams for the company’s future.

WNY Holdings is a digital marketing firm that delivers effective, high-level strategy and creative content to assist small businesses to achieve brand awareness, customer loyalty and increased revenue. The firm has since successfully helped many companies gain a larger market share by creating unique and positive user experiences.

Husband and wife team Ben and Melissa left their corporate jobs to start WNY Holdings in 2018. They aimed to assist home-grown and small businesses like restaurants, coffee shops, and retailers utilize customized digital marketing strategies to attract attention and convert visitors into loyal customers.

Their digital marketing services include brand communication through content marketing, web design, graphic design, media creation, SEO, and social media marketing. The goal of these services is to use digital tactics and tools to keep customers coming back for more. Each solution is tailored to achieve each client’s specific business goals.

Throughout the process, ongoing data analysis and custom reporting help clients track and understand how their digital marketing efforts are helping their businesses thrive. WNY Holdings is among a new breed of marketing firm that builds and designs strategy around reliable data and results. The company goes above and beyond for their clients, helping them make data-driven decisions that will increase their keyword rankings and visibility to attract and convert more customers.

They focus on fostering a productive and stimulating working environment that helps their employees grow and develop professionally, making them excited to come to work every day and grow with the company. When the couple is not at work, they enjoy skiing, hiking, and spending time with their two dogs, Teddy and Whiskey.

About WNY Holdings

Since its inception in 2018, WNY Holdings LLC has provided industry-leading digital marketing services in content marketing, web design, graphic design, media creation, SEO, and Facebook advertising. With a focus on creating an excellent user experience, the marketing firm endeavors to enhance customer conversion and loyalty. It emphasizes ongoing data analysis and custom reporting to help clients track and understand how much their digital marketing efforts contribute to the sustainability of their businesses.

Contact Info:
Name: Melissa Williams
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Organization: WNY Holdings LLC
Address: 114 N 5th St., Brooklyn, NY 11249
Website: https://www.wnyholdingsllc.com

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