December 17, 2012
Roger Janik, Fair Marketing, Inc. president, has been officially elected to serve on the Board of Directors in 2013 for the Houston Chapter of the Better Business Bureau.
Janik will continue to serve on the BBB’s Marketing Committee, a position he has held for the past three years.
“This is without a doubt a great honor and privilege,” Janik said. “I am confident that I can contribute in positive ways by bringing my wealth of experience to the table. Working with such great people as there are on the BBB board is something I greatly look forward to, as well as having a significant impact on consumers and businesses within the Houston area.”
Janik will present to the board where the Marketing Committee stands on certain issues as well as reporting facts, figures and numbers. He will give consultation and advice to the board on how to grow through digital marketing. Janik says he believes that through digital marketing, BBB membership and branding will increase.
In 2005, Janik founded Fair Marketing, a web marketing company that specializes in search engine optimization, pay per click advertising and social media marketing. More information about the company can be found by logging on to www.fairmarketing.com.
The BBB Houston Chapter serves Houston, and 18 Texas counties in South Texas. The counties are Austin, Brazoria, Brooks, Cameron, Colorado, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Hidalgo, Jim Hogg, Kennedy, Matagorda, Montgomery, Starr, Waller, Wharton, Willacy and Zapata.
The Better Business Bureau is a non-profit organization funded by dues from accredited member companies. BBB accredited businesses must adhere to strict guidelines and settle disputes in a fair and efficient manner. The BBB issues reports about companies to the public on both accredited and non-accredited businesses in English and Spanish, and works closely with the media to alert the public about the latest frauds affecting the marketplace. In addition, Bureau staff cooperates extensively with local, state and federal law enforcement to eradicate fraud.