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In The Press

WebiMax is frequently sought by major media outlets for our expert opinions regarding Internet Marketing and related topics.
See some our recent features and contributions below.

NBC: Ribbon Cutting

WebiMax was joined by Camden City Mayor and Camden County Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli Jr. to cut the ribbon on their new home on the Camden Waterfront.

NBC: 76ers Twitter Trouble

After a story broke on TheRinger.com that alleged Sixer’s GM, Brian Colangelo, was utilizing burner accounts against the team, WebiMax was contacted to provide their thoughts.

CBS: Momentum in Camden

WebiMax appeared on CBS 3 News to discuss how new economic development is changing the city for the better. Ken Wisnefski was personally interviewed by the CBS team.

NJ.com: Moving Headquarters

CAMDEN — They could have gone to Delaware or stayed in Mount Laurel, but WebiMax opted to invest in the “city invincible”…


CNBC: What's App Ban

CCTV: Apple vs FBI Standoff

ABC: Importance of Branding

Ken Wisnefski, Founder & CEO of WebiMax, recently discussed the importance of branding with ABC News. Ken discusses his thoughts on how Tiger Woods is impacting the price for golf tickets.


Bloomberg: Facebook

Ken appeared on Bloomberg TV on January 15th to discuss Facebook’s new search functionality with Mark Crumpton.

Fox Business: Amazon

Webimax CEO Kenneth Wisnefski discusses Amazon’s new ‘Make an Offer’ feature that lets customers haggle with sellers over the price of fine art and collectibles.

CBS: Social Media Boston

WebiMax CEO Ken Wisnefski discusses the importance of crowd-sourcing and the role of the Internet and social media in the recent terrorist attacks at the Boston Marathon in Boston, MA.


Fox Business: Online Shopping

WebiMax CEO Kenneth Wisnefski talks with Fox Business host Gerri Willis about the pitfalls of waiting until the last minute to do your online holiday shopping.

Courier Post: Move to Camden

WebiMax employees were interviewed by the Courier Post’s Joe Cooney to discuss WebiMax’s recent move to the Camden Waterfront and how employees are adjusting to the new location.

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