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If you own a business, you are supposed to be spending 6-12% of your annual revenue on acquiring new customers through marketing. If you're not doing this currently, your business could stagnate and your growth could be limited.
To be honest, the answer to this question isn't always "yes". However, the "no" answers make up less than 3% of business owners. A website is your digital footprint in the internet, which allows people to find your business online.
SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, is basically making specific modifications to your website, both internal and external, in order to have your site ranked higher in search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo.
We help ambitious businesses like yours generate more profits by building awareness, driving web traffic, connecting with customers.
Yes, even with a small budget you can begin to make some marketing moves. We realize that it might take some time to grow enough for a supercharged marketing campaign, so we're going to also be offering financing options soon!
This can be explained as “The point at which a recipient of an advertising and marketing message makes a desirable action.” In other words, conversion is simply getting somebody to reply to your call-to-action.
After you launch a website, it will still be difficult to find in search engines unless you take the next steps in marketing it. The minimal next step we recommend is the Local Listings Burst for SEO. This will get your business listing published in multiple places and you'll get reports delivered weekly that will tell you where you need to spend your marketing efforts next.
ROI, or your Return On Investment, is the ratio of your marketing expenses versus the revenue those efforts bring in. If you spend $1 and make $2 then you have 200% ROI since you've made your money back as well as doubled your revenue.