Sales and Discounts and Such | Eastern North Carolina Now

    Beginning on September 1, 2014, maybe even now, and until future notice: SNI (Symbiotic Networks, Inc.) will offer a variety of discounts for a plethora of services to all manner of customers for a variety of incentives. We have been building our leading edge products, perfecting them; now it is time to sell some product.

    As Eastern North Carolina's only full service provider of all web services that are pertinent to the most efficient use of the internet at the most affordable price, I, Stan Deatherage, president of SNI, decided to make our job even easier to interest those that need a better way to communicate on the web. I am offering significant discounts to those who significantly participate in our cyber ecosystem, and our Interconnected Web, and elect to use our web design of our content management systems - Symbiotic Publisher and SimpleSite.

    In conclusion, there are discounts for those that wish to partake in developing a better system to reach out on the internet. I will be contacting folks that need our services, whether they realize it or not, and hopefully the word will properly get out and some will contact us. To effect a more seamless path to profitability, we will offer these ongoing discounts.

The Discounts Across our Interconnected Web Spectrum

     •   Across the board 6% discount for all services for all clients that do $4,000.00 over any 2 year period.
         1.   This can be fulfilled by using SNI to construct your complicated, ambitious website, using our Symbiotic Publisher Content Management System (CMS).
         2.   This can be accomplished by using any, or all of our Moderated Informational Platforms to promote your products in the most professional manner possible. That's what we do better than all of our local competition.

     •   Across the board participants' 5% discount for those who contribute posts on a regular basis that qualify for publishing. Some of these posts may qualify as a back-link to our clients' websites, should that client be part of SNI's Interconnected Web. The back-link is free advertisement already.
         1.   Our driving desire is to provide a first tier Moderated Informational Platform for folks that want to intelligently talk about stuff that is informative, and not covered very well on other social sites, like Facebook.
         2.   All of our Moderated Informational Platforms, using our Symbiotic Publisher CMS, are Social.

     •   Longer term discounts are already in place for BCN and all of our Moderated Informational Platforms and our web design.

     •   Best priced leading edge Content Management System in eastern North Carolina at a base rate of $34.00 per month.

    If you have an interest in excellence, and a firm need to compete bigger and better than your competition on the internet, you may wish to contact:

    Stan Deatherage,
     Accounts Manager   •   Publisher of BCN   •   President of Symbiotic Networks, Inc.
     SNI# (252) 946-1132   •   cell# (252) 944-3905   •   •   or better yet, sign up and message me on BCN @ (Click on "Send Private Message")

    Chris Downey,
     Accounts Manager
     SNI# (252) 946-1132   •
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