More and more states are legalizing marijuana, and record numbers of Americans support recreational and medicinal cannabis across the country. But that doesn’t mean advertising cannabis to potential customers has gotten any easier. Business owners in the rapidly growing industry face a maze of legal restrictions and regulations, making it all the more important to get advice from a trusted expert.
One of the nation’s leading authorities on how to properly market cannabis will appear Sunday, January 28 at the giant INDO EXPO Trade Show in Denver to discuss recent developments in the industry. Trevor Weitzel, SEO manager for Phoenix-based Marijuana Marketing Xperts, will describe best practices cannabis firms can use to achieve greater exposure for their business in 2018.
A ten-year veteran of digital marketing with special expertise in the Local SEO field, Weitzel has handled hundreds of campaigns for marijuana businesses. He’s one of several specialists at Marijuana Marketing Xperts who offer business owners smart digital strategies designed to increase web and mobile presence, generate leads to expand their customer base, and deliver significant ROI and increased revenues.
As a division of V Digital Services, Marijuana Marketing Xperts has the advantage of focusing solely on digital marketing for the marijuana industry. Equally unique is its industry-leading programmatic advertising network for cannabis, a pioneering technology designed specifically to reach audiences interested in medical and recreational marijuana.
V Digital Services and Marijuana Marketing Xperts are both part of the Voice Media Group network, which publishes five iconic and influential alternative weeklies and websites across the country. In conjunction with publications such as Denver Westword and Phoenix New Times, MMX is an important voice in the national marijuana conversation.
Weitzel’s presentation begins at 4:15pm Sunday at the Denver Mart, 451 E. 58th Avenue in Denver. The INDO EXPO Trade Show will feature more than 350 exhibitors and is expected to attract more than 5,000 people, making it one of the nation’s most important cannabusiness gatherings.[Permalink]