Friday, April 06, 2012

Are potential customers able to find you?

So you are a small business owner and have recently set up a website and are waiting for the crowds to rush in, but nothing is happening. Why? It's not good enough just to have a website anymore, it is essential to apply the principles of search engine optimization to it, to really get it noticed by the "right" people. The "right" people are of course, your potential consumers. So unless you want to study and master SEO techniques yourself, it's best to let a professional take care of it.

Many search engine optimization companies can provide basic SEO services and even pioneered the concept of "pay-for-performance" SEO services, to increase rankings in search engines such as Google, Yahoo and MSN. They mean serious business, and charge their clients based on the number of top 10 rankings they achieve. If the client company has less than 10 top 10 rankings, their service is free. With their Pay-for-Performance search engine optimization, eTrafficJams ensures that their clients get focused and specific results, rather than pay a flat fee and not come up with any real results. Using search engine optimization is a great way for small and medium enterprises to compete with the large corporations, to be noticed and make a name for themselves.

3 comments:

Drew said...

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Shalini said...

Welcome and good luck!

un arc-en-ciel dans le lavabo said...

well i'm a stranger to all this, but i've learned soon enought that exposure is the key !