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Web site design, Search Engine Optimization, Pay Per Click Advertising

Web site design

A professional looking site benefits you by making the right first impression!

Your web site may be the first thing that your potential customers see, it's vital that it makes a professional impression or you may be losing custom without even knowing it.

A professional, stylish design and a logical easy to use layout tells your visitors that you care about the high standard of service that you provide and that they will receive the same.

Search Engine Optimization

Search Engine Optimization, also known as SEO, is about improving the volume or quality of traffic to your website from search engines.

85% of web traffic comes from search engines. That's free traffic!

The better optimized your site is, the higher ranking it will achieve in the organic search engine result listings. This is especially critical because 96% of people who use search engines only look at the first page of the search results.

Pay Per Click Advertising

As part of a combined Search engine Marketing strategy or as a stand alone marketing tactic, Pay Per Click (PPC) marketing techniques can be used to drive high quality laser targeted traffic to your site with great control over cost.

It's simple to establish your ROI (Return on Investment) and can be used to great effect. Tracking code will be added to your site to get the most from the visitor stats.

[This is just an indicator of the services for this business, for full and current descriptions please visit their website or contact them.]

01663 733385
60 Western Lane, Buxworth, High Peak, SK23 7NS
Web / Internet
High Peak

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