Mission, KS (PressExposure) August 01, 2011 -- Stayster.com has just announced that they are assisting Local Business owners find more customers through the use of Local Internet Marketing. This became effective with their August 1st 2011 launch date of Local Internet Marketing. Stayster.com states that they no longer are finding traditional means of advertising, like the yellow pages, news papers, or even radio ads, an effective means to reach consumers at a reasonable cost.
They feel that in order to compete in today's competitive market place, a targeted approach to promoting your business via the internet, is the most effective way of generating more customers for businesses that have a "local" presence. If a business has a more worldwide presence then Stayster.com can handle this as well.
Stayster.com also points out, that nearly all searches completed on the internet, the person searching clicks on the top search result 41% of the time, but if a business ranks in the 2nd position for the search result, they only generate 12% of the clicks, with the 3rd search engine result only getting 8.5% of the results. So it becomes imperative for Local businesses to rank well in this area. If a business doesn't rank well in this area, the business will see fewer clicks to its web site and ultimately, fewer customers to its business.
Here at Stayster.com, they report seeing beautifully designed websites that see no web traffic because nobody took the time to ensure their website would be "SEEN" by the Search Engine's, although this can be corrected, after a web site is built, it does take trained professionals to optimize a web page for maximum exposure to the Search Engines. Once a business owner's web site is up and running, many business owners tend to feel that customers will just flock to it and they will be set for life. Stayster.com reports, that this rarely happens.
Stayster.com also reports that businesses that get in on this trend early will probably see better results, then say a business who gets started on this 2 years from now.