Ihavegoals.com Sets Eye on Tenagra for Online PR

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Ihavegoals.com LLC, an online start-up that offers a personalized goal-setting system for individuals and businesses, has named Tenagra Corp., New Orleans, as its agency for Internet public relations.


The site provides a goal-tracking database for consumers to make and track personal and professional goals securely.


"We need to get traffic to the site so that people become familiar [with ihavegoals.com] and hopefully become paying members," said Karen Childress, a professional business coach and founder/president of ihavegoals.com, Santa Barbara, CA.


Visitors to ihavegoals.com have access to quizzes regarding goals, organization and life balance as well as the Intentions newsletter, daily success tips, articles by ihavegoals.com coaches, surveys, message boards and a coaching question of the week. The site's coaches also can offer a personalized service.


Consumers who want to establish a goal-setting and monitoring profile pay $12.90. Fees for personalized access to coaches have to be negotiated.


Tenagra has drawn up an online PR plan that includes placements on properties such as Yahoo and usatoday.com. The agency also will seed Usenet groups and message boards. In addition, it will invite media to visit the site.


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