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Bayoubuzz Product and Services

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Allow Bayoubuzz Products and Services supercharge your business

We can help you create and deliver your message to your most-desired audiences.  Here's how: 

BANNER ADS: We'll create banner ads of any size, for Bayoubuzz.com and/or any site 
ADVERTORIALS: Via text, images and/or video, we'll tell and promote your news or message
WEBINAR/WEBCASTS; Educate new or existing audiences
EVENT VIDEO SHOWCASE: We will video your event and create a promotional showcase
OTHER SERVICES: Text ads, videos, newsletters, sponsorships, more

STEPS TO SUCCESS: 
Step 1.  Read and/or watch the information below
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Step 2.  Fill out the form below and submit your inquiries to us.  We will review and will respond to you with an offer that meets your needs and your wallet.
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If you would like to speak about any of these opportunities, simply email us or call 504-339-3254.

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Hangouts, Video Summaries, Banners

Using Google Hangouts, we can create advertorial videos, interviews, webinars and webcasts. Also, we can provide professional banner ads to promote these and other services.
ADVERTORIALS: Via text, images and/or video, we'll tell and promote your news or message
WEBINAR/WEBCASTS; Educate new or existing audiences
BANNER ADS: We'll create banner ads of any size, for Bayoubuzz.com and/or any site

We can video your events

Let us video your event and create a "Bayoubuzz event showcase"


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Friday, 19 December 2014 03:48
Ambassadors are supposed to be diplomatic and suave. Yet even those of the diplomatic corp may occasionally get tongue-tied or utter ill-timed statements. Take U.S. Ambassador to Britain Matthew Barzun. He recently sounded not all that diplomatic about duty, compliance with law, and yes, even taxes. Lee Rigby was a British soldier brutally murdered by an Islamic extremist outside his southeast London barracks in May 2013. His family laid at least a portion of the…

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