Search Engine Marketing Organic Results
We have clients who have improved their top line revenues by over 30% within months.
Results on phrases are built around relevancy of searched terms. The final resuts appear in the body of the search engine results; this placement is known as 'organic results'. Of the over 90 DTD's (document definitions) available to develop a strictly HTML-based page and website, we use the Top 20 for key attributes in relevancy performance.
We also use advanced algorithm assumptions that are then tested on our own servers that carry the logic basis to completion, in a multi-step approach that allows clients to also test in increasing exposure vs. ROI.
We typically recommend simplest-to-most complex in code and SEO buildout. This minimizes client-associated risks with the engines. We also manage robust PPC (Pay Per Click) campaigns for clients, to maximize organic indexing while ensuring short-term results.
We don't just talk about it; we'll show you! The examples may shift a few spots up or down, depending on the data center serving the results, time of day, day of week, robot crawling and latency of database population, and other factors beyond our control. The phrases used aren't like firms that promise #1 results, where THEY choose the phrase; these are everyday words and phrases.
Following are just a few actual current results from engagements from 1998 (!) to present. Some of our clients have invested in dedicated servers; others have globalized their site hosting to obtain results.
It's not always necessary to continue investing in SEO strategies. Contact us today to see where your website fits into the matrix.
|Client Project Results|
StaticWorx operates a network of sites with hundreds of cross-linked pages. Each site uses unique technical content, which drives their results. 76% of their business is now directly attributable to search engine marketing.
Client: Ski Market USA
Ski Market operates over 20 stores in Greater New England, and is the Northeasts largest retailer of bikes, skis and other sporting equipment. Grant Communications was retained in September 2006 to begin the ongoing redevelopment of their web presence. In March 2007, we launched the first optimized "Bikes" section to their site.
Client: DecoMoldings, Inc.
The client operates storefronts in Canada, manufacturing custom wainscot panel kits and other remodeling accessories. In spite of the housing markets volatility, the client reports ongoing sales increases through his web properties.
Custom Searches: 11/07
The following searches are using the most relevant key phrases that bring in the most targeted inquiries for each client, as well as the currrent rank on the phrase as of 11/9/07. Clicking the Yahoo, MSN or Google link will take you directly to the corresponding key phrase search.
|large graduated cylinders||
"I have already shipped more this year than any previous year. I know that what you are doing is working."
Ed. Sister site is in redesign. That brand will be carried over in early 2008.
|fabric reinforced diaphragms||
"The person I would best recommend speaking to in regards any sort of SEO work is Peter Grant. We have been working with Peter for more than 10 years and has always shown us phenomenal results. "
|Wainscot (yes, one word...)|
1- PolyFab referenced in dictionary.com as #1 link. The actual placement fluctuates, as the SEO is still relatively new.
Hundreds of examples of similar placements can be shown on request.
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