PRLog - March 9, 2012 - REXBURG, Idaho -- The PC Penguin - A leading entrepreneurship led by Michael Miller, a student at Brigham Young University Idhao, has just started up. It's clear in-head of it's competition already by way of massive social networking.
Most companies have brushed aside social networking in favor of more traditional and costly advertising. Michael, the owner and founder, said it best: "Companies in this town have far and wide relied on older and more costly methods of advertising. With the majority of the population being those sitting on facebook, it makes more sense to work a business from that angle rather than any other."
The thing that makes The PC Penguin so attractive is probably just how easy it is to get a discount. Many companies offer discounts based on how much you spend. This method works if you have a consumer base, but for a newly started business, you can't afford to cut costs without a positive trade-off. The PC Penguin discounts based on whether you like their facebook page, share it on facebook, give excellent reviews on Google Maps, Yelp, and others. It quickly adds up to their maximum discount of 10%.
They also offer online chat support, a feature that isn't offered by any competitors within 45 miles, and an offer that isn't replicated for free within 200.
They do house-calls as long as you pay for their gas trip to get their. This is highly attractive when you live decently close (which most of Rexburg does, seeing as they are located at a residence centralized in the heart of the city).
Their main base is located at www [dot] thepcpenguin [dot] com, which forwards to http://m.ichaelmiller.com - a clever way to get your name out there. PRlog doesn't allow redirects, so we've put the word dot in for compatibility. Speak with an online chat support agent (usually himself) and set up an appointment, or get a quote within a few seconds. It's about time a computer repair company broke the ice.