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Engage with your customer.

Accommodate the wants and needs of your customer when they’re
asking questions about the product or service you offer.
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Achieve higher sales.

Make your sales funnel larger by increasing the amount of people
who visit and buy from your website.
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Ignite positive word-of-mouth.

Help convert your prospects into customers with positive online
reviews and social word-of-mouth.
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Get found more often.

Grab the attention of your customer when they’re
looking to buy what you’re selling.
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Paid Search Marketing

Paid search marketing offers precise targeting and measurability, as well as tremendous reach. This online advertising medium makes it possible to achieve a high return on investment on a large scale.

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Search engine optimization - or SEO - involves building new websites, or changing existing websites, so that they rank higher in a search engine’s natural listings when users search keywords that relate to its content.

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Reputation Management

Customers are using online reviews, social word of mouth, and other online content to form an opinion about your company. We encourage your customers to leave positive reviews while addressing the negative.

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Keyword research is one of the basic foundational strategies of SEO. This process involves identifying what keywords your potential customers search for when trying to find your product and service on the Internet. We closely examine your entire website, use Google’s Keyword and Traffic Estimator tools, and identify the highest traffic, least competitive keywords.

Let's face it, people use search engines to find, research, and buy products online. Google has taken the search engine and made it into a powerful machine. Their search box has evolved into something extremely complicated that takes something very seriously - the keyword.

A keyword is typically a phrase consisting of one or more words in a string of text. For example, somebody in St. Louis might be trying to find a flower shop nearby, hence their search term for "flower shop near Brentwood." If you're a flower shop with a website, it would be a smart idea to have relevant, high-traffic keywords on your website. Are your keywords relevant to the products and services you offer? Will searchers find what they are looking for when searching for these keywords? Will your website answer their questions?