Hiring The Internet is the official blog of Visible Shops LLC, an Internet Marketing firm located in New York City.

Our concern: Helping executives understand and utilize the resources of the Internet to better market their business, services and products. Our best client is an educated client. For SME’s, the key is having an aggressive Internet strategy that is developed and managed in tandem with other organizational goals and projects.

This blog aims to educate the executive so that s/he can make the necessary decisions to better utilize the Internet without having to become an Internet Marketing expert.

To find out more about Visible Shops, visit our site at www.visibleshops.com

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3 Responses to “Who we are”


  1. 1 danny bloom August 3, 2009 at 3:18 am

    Hi NYC, I am in Taiwan, Can you blog one day and contact me about my SCREENING word to replace READING for the reading we do on SCREENS. see my blog DANNY BLOOM, Tufts 1971, even if you do not agree, do blog pro and con. CAN DO? Email me for sure. DANNY

  2. 2 danny bloom August 3, 2009 at 3:19 am

    Email me for sure. DANNY


  1. 1 Katie Trackback on May 9, 2008 at 6:00 am

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