WHAT WE DO
We're using search engine optimization in a brand new way.
Work with us, get rid of ordinary methods.
Make it easier for potential new customers to like, know, and trust you by building your credibility with positive reviews on Google, Yelp, & Facebook.
With the rise and growing domination of mobile traffic, local search has become critical to a business’ success. A website with good SEO builds credibility, authority, and impacts the buying cycle. Customers do their research, so companies must be visible in the places people need them for a worthy connection to be made. Local SEO enhances that visibility and lets potential customers find the answers, and the businesses providing those answers.
Having a great website is just half the battle. Once you have a website setup, then you need to attract, engage, and convert customers. Search engine optimization makes life easier for all three.
Search Engine Optimization
Appearing on Page 1 of Google is fundamental to your success. The days of the phone book are long gone. Implementing the right SEO Strategy will increase your search rankings and separate you from your competitors.
According to Google, “Every month, more than 1 billion people watch more than 6 billion hours of YouTube video.” With such a large audience spending so much time on one platform, it’s no wonder that YouTube is becoming the preferred place to advertise for many businesses.
If you’re advertising to people who aren’t interested in your products and services, you’re wasting time and money. Correctly targeting your audience is crucial to getting the best performance out of ads. Through YouTube, you can target in-market audiences – people actively researching products and services like those you offer.
With SEO, once you are ranking on page 1 of Google and traffic is coming to your website, you can retarget those visitors with advertisements on YouTube when they go to watch a video. You’ll see an increase in ROI and efficient pricing as you’ll only pay for video views (30-sec views) and clicks on call-to-actions vs. impressions.