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Debra Seifert Communications Signs New Client: Signal Hound

Marketing Campaign Kick-off Begins with New Product Launch at IMS 2014

PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Debra Seifert Communications, a boutique provider of communications for high-tech companies, announced today that it has added Signal Hound to its client roster. Signal Hound designs and manufactures small USB-based spectrum analyzers that perform on par with traditional, higher-cost analyzers that come in large boxes. Signal Hound will be using Debra Seifert Communications for all marketing programs, including public relations, advertising, and email marketing.

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"I'm very excited to use Debra Seifert Communications. They are spot-on for our market. The combination of Debra's experience in the test equipment market, extensive knowledge of technology communications, portfolio of work completed for other clients, and mutual respect with industry magazine editors convinced me that we would be a perfect match," said Bruce Devine, CEO, Signal Hound.

"All of our initial energy is going to be focused on the industry's most important trade show, the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) 2014. We're going to have a big advertising and PR push, focusing on a new product launch at the show. It will be fun to get started and show results right away," said Debra Seifert, President, Debra Seifert Communications.

About Signal Hound

The Signal Hound spectrum analyzers are compact and simple to use. They have become popular tools for general lab use.  Industry is using them for process monitoring and embedding them in specialty products.  Government is using them for spectrum monitoring.  Electronic repair technicians, engineering students, ham radio enthusiasts, and electronics hobbyists are also finding them very useful. Although they are small and affordable, they have the sensitivity, accuracy, and dynamic range you'd expect from expensive and bulky test equipment.

About Debra Seifert Communications LLC

Debra Seifert Communications is a full service marketing communications agency. Services provided include the entire spectrum of marketing services, including public relations, advertising, email marketing, collateral development, and more. Clients include a broad array of wireless communications, test equipment, scientific instruments, and radar detection manufacturers. For more information, please see: www.debraseifert.com or contact Debra Seifert at (503) 626-7539 or [email protected].

For more information, contact:
Debra L. Seifert
Debra Seifert Communications LLC
[email protected]
(503) 626-7539

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