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Certifications

Certification by the AIA is a huge sign of confidence and achievement in the online marketing and business program field.  Our experts review online courses, judge the training, ease and application of the content and decide whether each program meets our high standards for accreditation.  If a companies program meets or exceeds our guidelines, they’re will be granted the opportunity for membership and then be able to use our Trademark on their website and in their marketing materials to demonstrate to consumers the official value placed on the product or service being provided.

1. Let consumers know your business follows ethical marketing practices.

2. Distinguish your company from online competitors that have not subscribed to the high standards and ethics and training of the AIA Certification Program.

3. Demonstrate that you care about the fair treatment of customers and high marketing ethics.

4. Be listed in the AIA database, a resource for anyone seeking out trustworthy, ethical online businesses.


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