Miami, Florida (PressExposure) May 21, 2011 -- Business Internet Marketing, Inc., (BIM) guarantees that it will take a page or set of pages on their clients' site and by using a variety of search engine SEO activities, rank those pages on page one of 10 Google results.
Its guarantee speaks to the confidence of its ability to produce its promised results. By BIM is bearing all the risks with their newly launched service, guaranteeing first page placement, supported by a money back guarantee. Few search engine SEO marketing companies engage in such a pay-for-results arrangement. For certain, BIM clients, with the optimum ranking on page one, have the best chance of more traffic to their sales pages; and, more consumer purchases.
Google's dominant share (72%) of the search landscape, makes it imperative that businesses rank high with "keywords" used by the searching public in Google. Even when businesses understand the need for ranking for targeted keywords in Google's index, most have neither the time nor the know-how to pull off an effective online marketing campaign.
With its exemplary expertise and guarantee, BIM sets the bar high with its guaranteed search engine placement service, they take a long term view of the internet marketing landscape. With every client, its approach promises a rise to the first page that is powered by search engine friendly activities.
BIM is not shy about its learning curve. The fast pace of the information highway requires a fast vehicle to stay at the front of traffic. To fuel that vehicle requires more information. The pros at BIM know that the social media are just being tapped as the next frontier in marketing. Here are some data to ponder:
The good times are expected to keep getting better for Twitter, with eMarketer predicting that more than 20 million Americans will tweet in 2011. By 2013, the number of users is expected to exceed 27 million - a far cry from Facebook's 500 million users, but a significant audience for marketers nonetheless.
LinkedIn may also be increasing its appeal to B2B social users with the recent launch of its news aggregator platform - LinkedIn Today. The service offers top news headlines to users according to what is happening in their industries (based on which stories are generating the most public shares, as determined by Twitter). The tool is a good way for marketers to stay on top of industry developments and discover what other people in their professional networks are reading.
Contact BIM from anywhere in North America for a free analysis of how internet marketing can help the bottom line, the middle line and the top line.