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Rochester NY SEO Expert Andrew Wroblewski Interviewed On The Brian Tracy Show

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There is no better time than now for any business to go out and completely dominate their market. What most businesses do not recognize is that many of their competitors have cut back on their marketing and advertising budgets.

March 11, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Rochester SEO consultant Andrew Wroblewski’s interview from The Brian Tracy Show has just been released for preview online.

Mr. Wroblewski was selected for the nationally televised interview show based upon his expertise and success in helping his company’s clients dominate search engine results for their targeted terms and brand names. Mr. Tracy was impressed with some of the statistics shared by Andrew as he exhibited data and results of the over 50,000 first page search engine rankings that he and his team have been able to achieve for their clients in the last few years in not only Google, but Bing and Yahoo as well.

In addition to the ranking successes, Wroblewski revealed why most companies and businesses that have been previously discouraged by their lack of results with their search engine optimization campaigns should jump back into the market “with both feet”.

Andrew was quoted as stating that: “there is no better time than now for any business to go out and completely dominate their market. What most businesses do not recognize is that many of their competitors have cut back on their marketing and advertising budgets. In doing so, they have literally “retreated” and left vast portions of market share open to be gobbled up by those forward thinking and proactive business owners. At this time, it is possible to buy 2014 market share at 2004 prices. There is no better time than now to move forward and expand your business online”.

Brian Tracy is an internationally recognized speaker, author, having spoken to millions of people around the globe and personally responsible to helping over 5,000,000 people reach their goals over his career. He has consulted with more than 1,000 companies and given over 5,000 talks worldwide.

The interview and show are scheduled to air shortly on most ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox affiliates across the country.

Andrew is an Internationally recognized speaker, best selling author. He’s appeared in the Boston Globe, Worth, CNN, New York Times, USA Today, NY Daily News, Entrepreneur, INC., The Washington Post and Fast Company.

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