Woodland Hills, California (PressExposure) December 29, 2009 -- Los Angeles, California - United States - December 29, 2009 - Los Angeles SEO firm Webwise Media announced today that a new and improved social book marking option would be part of a package of new services that they are adding to their already formidable arsenal of search engine optimization tools. Other items in the new inventory are professional blog posting by published writers, web presenter services and improved first page placement strategies.
"Webwise Media has been in business for over a decade and we have become one of the very best at helping our clients attain a top spot for their industry keywords on search engine page one," said a company spokesperson. "We have risen to the top of our industry in a tough market by consistently upgrading our services. Much of what is included in this new package are services that were already available but have been upgraded to keep pace with the ever changing world of internet marketing."
The world of social media saw some significant changes this year with MySpace dropping out of the Alexa Top Five and the unforeseen and meteoric rise of Twitter. A number of new social media sites came online this year also, including many that are industry or niche market specific. With the number of posting options increasing, Webwise Media is not the only SEO Company making changes.
"Our clients expect us to know where to post their links to achieve the best results possible," said our company spokesperson. "To be successful in search engine optimization you need to know which sites are weighted more heavily by the search engine algorithms. There has been a shift in the social media hierarchy and we know what it is. The strategies of just six months ago no longer work, so we made some changes to make sure our clients have a shot at that Page One search ranking."
The algorithms that determine page rank, particularly the one that Google uses, are not made public, but SEO companies like Webwise Media know from watching and analyzing current client ranking behaviors what works and what doesn't. The new package of services is their response to changes in those behaviors.