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Efferent Media, Long Island SEO Leader, Hires Search Specialist Andrea Fine

LONG ISLAND, N.Y., March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Efferent Media, a leading Long Island SEO company, announces the hiring of Search Specialist Andrea Fine to augment its web services for a growing list of clients.

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"We're pleased to offer local companies the services of so capable a search strategist as Andrea," says Joe Garraffo,  President and CEO of Efferent Media. "Search optimization is a key sinew of marketing muscle in today's industries, and we want to give our clients the best experience, and the most competent expertise to help flex it.  Andrea is an ideal talent to meet that need."

Ms. Fine, a New York native, has recently returned from California, where she held marketing positions with a number of companies, including MTV Networks, Dick Clark Productions and Bob Bain Productions.  She has completed coursework in Digital Media Marketing at New York University, with a concentration on SEM/SEO Marketing, Web Analytics, Digital Strategies for Marketing Search Engine Optimization, and  Personal Branding.

At Efferent Media, Ms. Fine will specialize in analyzing website metrics, and helping clients optimize their web pages.  Her title will be Search Strategist. 

Efferent Media was incorporated in 2011, launching its website, http://www.efferentmedia. com, shortly thereafter, and  opening offices in Lindenhurst, NY.   Founder Joe Garraffo has steered the fledgling company with over (15?)  years' experience in web design, as well as web and mobile development.

Now,  after what Mr. Garraffo calls "a banner year," Efferent has outgrown its original office space and moved to new quarters with more than twice the floor footage. "We're delighted with the greater capacity the new space affords us,"  he said.   "It's allowed us to bring in new project managers and content writers to serve the online marketing and website needs of our growing client list."

Efferent Media specializes in web development, usability and online consulting and marketing services, including SEO  and  social media management.  The company has helped a variety of businesses achieve their online goals, from local mom-and-pop shops to Fortune 500 corporations.  Clients include emerging and established business in a number of industries, including home energy, restaurants, media, home construction, sports/celebrity memorabilia, furniture, and bridals and hospitality,  Andrea Fine will be working with a multi-faceted Efferent Media team, comprising skilled web developers and designers, Search Optimization experts, social-media specialists, and copy writers from diverse backgrounds.

For more information, visit: http://www.efferentmedia.com

Media Contact: Joe Garraffo, Efferent Media, Inc., 631-867-0900, [email protected]

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