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We offer a full suite of digital marketing services designed to help your business improve visibility & build brand awareness across multiple search and social media platforms.
WHO IS SEARCHRANK ANYWAY?
Learn more about an Internet marketing company that has been around since 1997. Meet our founders, learn more about our ethics and even meet some of our clients
A BOUTIQUE DIGITAL MARKETING FIRM
Search engines and online communities attract over 90 percent of the Web population or one out of every three Americans as indicated by Nielsen/NetRatings Internet Statistics. Other studies show that approximately 85% of initial web site visits originate from search engine referrals. This clearly indicates that search engine and social media marketing is no longer a luxury but rather an absolute necessity for online success.
We have been helping clients harness the power of Internet marketing since 1997! We can help you as well. Contact us today to begin discussing the possibilities for your business or to learn more about what we do and our service offerings, visit each section below.
FROM OUR BLOG
During the marketing-planning phase of a company, one question is always presented: “Product- or customer-centric?” Of course, that’s easy to answer when your company is rooted and an expert in customer-centric marketing, and vice versa.
Let’s face it: designing a website is hard. No matter which program or language you use, it’s tedious. You won’t get it in one shot. Everything is a great exercise of trial and error. There will be glitches, misalignments, broken links, elements, etc., to fix. Getting the right sizes for your texts and images will consume many hours as well.
Doesn’t it feel nice to garner hundreds or thousands of Facebook likes? Doesn’t it just give you a sense of gratification? A payoff for all your hard work? It should—because that’s all you’ll get if you let Facebook engagement be an end in itself. Likes, comments, and shares are nice, but you shouldn’t settle for “nice” in business. You should aim for an actual return on investment (ROI).