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Nielsen NetRatings indicate over 4,354,000,000 searches were conducted on the top search engines in the month of March 2005 . . . and still growing.
Our internet marketing firm focuses primarily on helping legal and medical service professionals, and most of them know that everyone who visits a website is in some stage of the buying cycle. Once the traffic is there, the challenge that everyone faces is to bring visitors from the web to the ultimate stage of the buying cycle, when the visitor “buys” your service by contacting you. One of the most effective additions that can be made to a website, in the interest of moving visitors through the buying cycle, is a mini-contact form.
By and large, websites have the same structure: a home page, internal pages, and a contact page. The psychology of most people surfing the web is that clicking to the contact page implies commitment. The visitor might be your ideal client, but will not take the next step because of that perceived obligation.
Visitors are much more likely to fill out a mini-contact form because there is less perceived commitment made by filling it out. These small forms ask only for the visitor’s name, email address, and a question or comment. By adding a mini-contact form to every page of your website, you give a visitor easy access to a means of contacting you that, in the eyes of the visitor, is inconsequential. The convenience of...Read Full Post
One of the easiest ways that you as a Page 1 client can guard your investment in search engine optimization is to be sure that your domain never expires.
Search engine positioning takes time to build. If your domain expires, there’s a good chance that your site’s search engine positioning will lose much, if not all of the footing it has gained. The damage can be catastrophic, but the good news is that this scenario is entirely avoidable if you don’t allow your domain name to expire.
You may be asking yourself, “How do I know if my domain name is going to expire?” Registrars (websites that sell domain names) notify domain owners (registrants) when a domain name is about to expire. They typically notify the registrant by email. If your contact information is not kept up to date at your domain’s registrar, then you will not receive these important notifications, and you could be in danger of domain expiration.
“How do I know where my domain is registered,” you ask? It’s easy. Just give me a call. Together, we will investigate where your domain name is registered and when it is set to expire. Most importantly, we’ll make sure that you can access your domain’s contact information to keep it current.
In most cases, I recommend that our clients allow Page 1 Solutions to manage their domains. It’s easy to...Read Full Post
An Information Week article on business uses of Blogging.
Here is the link to Page 1 Solutions website. It is currently undergoing an overhaul.
We help lawyers, doctors (cosmetic surgeons and lasik surgeons) and cosmetic dentists with their website marketing. And we're pretty good at it....