What types of Internet Marketing services do you offer?
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What types of clients do you work with?
Over the years, we have worked with all sorts of B2B and B2C companies: local, regional, national, international, small, medium, large and very large… including Fortune 500 and Global 500 brands. And we probably have expertise in your specific industry. Read more about Generation Web.
How much do you charge for your services?
We offer a wide range of services and can provide you with a quick, free no obligation proposal/quote. Pricing for some of our services is standard other pricing is a bit more custom, it just depends. But all of our services are customized to each specific business. We pride ourselves in the one-on-one attention we give to each client. We look forward to hearing from you.
What is CRO?
CRO stands for Conversion Rate Optimization, also referred to as Conversion Optimization. According to Wikipedia: “In internet marketing, conversion optimization, or conversion rate optimization (CRO) is the method of creating an experience for a website or landing page visitor with the goal of increasing the percentage of visitors that convert into customers. It is also commonly referred to as
Read more about conversion optimization.
What is SEO?
I need to be #1 ranked on Google, right?
Not necessarily. Searchers often make a decision who to call within the first 1-5 rankings. In fact, it might actually be better to be ranked, say #3, instead of #1. Here’s why… searchers shop around different websites before making a decision. For example, a searcher will often click on the first few websites before finally making a decision who to “go with”. In short, being ranked in “the top 5” as often as possible is the ultimate goal and aim.
How long does it take to get on the 1st page of Google?
As much as we’d like to, it’s difficult to predict how quickly any specific site will get ranked higher in search engines. No one has a crystal ball, including us and including Google. Every keyword / keyword set and website is unique. For instance, to get ranked near the top for highly competitive keywords with a relatively new website can take a long time. For more established websites in less competitive keyword niches, rankings tend to move up quicker.
If I do a lot of PPC / pay-per-click advertising, will it help with SEO (higher organic rankings)?
No, it doesn’t work that way. PPC (paid ads) and SEO (organic search engine listings) are not related, in terms of one affecting the rankings of the other.
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