Audra Hajj has been nominated for 2014 Top Women in Business Award
06/04/2014

When Mrs. Hajj started her ad agency almost 10 years ago, she had a vision to bring to the small and mid size business, corporate marketing, and cutting edge

Online PR News – 04-June-2014 – Fullerton, CA – Audra Hajj is a unique business woman who has managed to make a career out of being the tough guy!

When Mrs. Hajj started her ad agency almost 10 years ago, she had a vision to bring to the small and mid size business, corporate marketing, and cutting edge technology at a budget that made sense.

She has helped hundreds of businesses establish their online identity, and grab market share. She gives her clients a unique insight due to the experience she has with the end users, manufacturers, distributors and retailers. When she works with a client, she opens the door to incite, bringing into focus why her clients originally started their businesses.

Mrs. Hajj states “They saw a need, and created a product or service to make the situation better, to fill a need. It was not to get tied down in SEO, Ad Words, SMO, Development, or Responsive Designs. It was to give people what they needed. It is my job, to clear away all the clutter, and let the business do what they do best, which is sell their products and services. It is my job to handle all the elements mentioned above, that are needed to attract the right clients to their businesses. How? By introducing and implementing proven, ethical, long term marketing techniques, built on scalable platforms.”

Mrs. Hajj offers CMO, services to clients, to help them break through the barriers of online integration often taking on the role of the authority figure, to facilitate change. She willingly shoulders the burden of change for her clients business, giving them the opportunity to have a tough guy and make the changes necessary to take their companies into the new direction of social commerce and embracing the evolving world of this information age.

In the last 10 years she has been the secret asset of over 300 companies, in all shapes and sizes, selling anything from jelly to jets. When asking her why she does it? She states “Because nobody can win a war by themselves, and if someone does not provide these businesses with the insights and tools they need to succeed, we will lose the very essence of what makes our country so great. The spirit, power, courage and will of the entrepreneur.“

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