Modern Internet Marketing 2019





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Published on Mar 5, 2019

Hostitute Marketing: The purpose of using Hostitute Marketing agency is to optimize the potential of your company. Hostitute marketing agency creates and implements a marketing strategy, conducts extensive market research to increase the sales and profits of your company, seeks to build relationships with your target audience, and increases overall exposure by extending reach to potential customers who are likely to be interested in your products and services being offered.
There has never been a more a crucial time for a business to maximize its online presence in the savviest, most effective way possible. There are so many companies with great products and services, but if your company is buried in search results to the point that consumers can’t find you online, you essentially don’t exist. Hostitute is here to solve that problem through Creating a Desktop & Mobile friendly website, On-site & Off-site Search Engine Optimization, Lead generation, Targeted Email campaign, PPC (paid per click) campaign.

Website Development.
Full Transfer of your current domain to our platform, or keep your domain at the current registrar and point the DNS to our servers.
Adding an SSL Security Certificate on your domain to ensure a secure and private encrypted transmission between the website and visitors.
Create a customized Logo and Moto for your business.
Full hosting of your website files on Hostitute private secure servers, with unlimited disk space and high-speed bandwidth.
Design and install a responsive website that offers optimal user experience across various devices and screen resolutions including desktop computers, tablets, smartphones, and other mobile devices.
SEO-friendly interactive content creation, 300-500 words per page including 5 focused keywords.

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO).
There are two main buckets that search engines look at when evaluating your site compared to other sites on the web.
On-page SEO looks at what your site (or your page) is about
Off-page SEO looks at how authoritative and popular your site is
Put simply, what you rank for is largely determined by on-page factors, while how high you rank in the search results is largely determined by off-page factors.

On-page SEO.
Google analytics tracking code implementation to help monitor website traffic and generate a monthly report.
Submission of the website to major search engines for indexing, such as Google, Bing, Yahoo, Yandex, Baidu.
Submission of the website to Google Search Console and Bing Webmaster Tools to help monitor, maintain and troubleshoot your site's presence in Search results
Adjusting your website's content, keywords, meta tags, etc… page by page accordingly relying on the data collected by the reports mentioned above.

Off-page SEO.
Building backlinks are at the heart of off-page SEO. Search engines use backlinks as indications of the linked-to content's quality, so a site with many high-value backlinks will usually rank better than an otherwise equal site with fewer backlinks.
Creating Social profiles and link them to the website, posting weekly on platforms such as Linkedin, Twitter, Pinterest will help the process of backlinks creation and attract more visitors to the website.
Animated explainer Youtube video creation for each product and service that your business offer. Videos can be embedded in the relevant pages of your website (such as the video in this section.

Marketing strategy.
Creation of FAQ page. (frequently asked questions)
a FAQ section done right can be an effective addition to your website that serves several functions, from:
1) Alleviating purchasing anxieties that your product page copy doesn’t directly address.
2) Lands new users to the website by solving problems.
3) Improving SEO and site navigation.
4) Earning trust by demonstrating product expertise and explaining your business model.
5) Delighting customers by creatively answering their questions.
Research and find companies that may be interested in your products and services.
Send personalized cold emails to make contact with those potential customers that you’ve had no prior relationship or connect with.
Paid Ads – PPC (paid per click)
Organic search engine optimization efforts take time. No matter how optimized your content is for the search engines, you won’t start to see results right away. On the other hand, PPC ads bring immediate traffic to your site from the search engines. This makes paid search advertising a great complementary tactic to help support your SEO efforts.
To raise awareness we will find websites and blogs related to your products and services, ask them to publish articles about your business.
Find creative artists, designers and ask them to utilize your products in their various projects.


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