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PODCAST 62: InteractRV President Kevin Wallenbeck

ADCO Aug 2015 160x600Podcast 62 is entirely devoted to an interview with Kevin Wallenbeck, president of Interact RV, which started as a website development company and has since expanded into digital marketing.

The Interact staff works from home offices around the country, which allows Wallenbeck to cherry pick the best technicians and web experts to join his team without requiring them to move to Midland, Mich., where the firm is headquartered.

Wallenbeck talks about whether simply having a website is enough for business owners today, or whether they must do something else to draw people to their sites. With millions of websites clamoring for attention of consumers, and ranking on Internet search engines, he explains what business owners can do to stand out among the crowded online marketplace.

Changes in technology are forcing business owners to adapt their web strategies as well, Wallenbeck explains. People view sites on desktop computers, laptops, smart phones and tablets, all of which require special attention to ensure they project the most effective image possible for the businesses the websites serve.

For more information about InteractRV, visit www.interactrv.com or call 800.515.9672

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About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report.

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2 comments

  1. Kevin | InteractRV.com

    Truly a pleasure to spend time with Greg and have this conversation together. So much more could be shared more specifically about ‘how to’ … maybe next time.

    Thanks again.

    • I think our audience would appreciate any advice you could provide. We’ll certainly schedule a follow-up podcast this fall.

      GREG GERBER
      Editor, RV Daily Report