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Search Engine Optimization

The process of protecting your market share and increasing your sales through Internet marketing and search engine relevance is generally called SEO, which is an abbreviation for Search Engine Optimization.

At getFound, SEO is what we know and love. We are successful when our clients are successful. We get excited when our customers are on the first page of Google.

Some people feel that this only involves a website being found on a Google search, but it is much more than that.seo

There are many, many search engines that can affect a company’s success. Some of these search engines are:

Google, Bing, Yahoo, Google Places, Bing Local, Yahoo Local, Yelp, LinkedIn, Angie’s List, Craigslist, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, WordPress, Tumblr, Digg, Superpages, Yellow Pages, Google Plus, Merchant Circle, SlideShare

This is just a short list, it is estimated that there are over 500 search engines used in North America.

Since Google is by far the most popular search engine, we base their SEO efforts on that search engine. There are many components that combine to form a comprehensive SEO strategy.

Organic SEO is the process of manipulating a website for increasing the chance that is found, crawled and indexed by search engines in the most comprehensive method available. The goal is to have a website show in the free results area of a search engine results page, as high on the page as possible.

Our experienced SEO team will get you on the first page and more.


Social Networking

Social Network Service Marketing 
If you lead a company, you know you need it, but you don't have the time or expertise to make it happen.
Search engines like to see active social media from a company when determining search relevancy. The search engines look at the accounts and analyze them.
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In most cases it is worse for search engines to see an account that is not used than not to see an account at all. This is also true for Internet surfers. So, companies must, at a minimum, create a blog, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter account and must update each account 10 times per month.
That amount of activity should pass the necessary evil requirement; however, not using these accounts as communication tools is a mistake. About 79% of businesses have a Facebook page, 59% are on Twitter, 39% have a blog and 33% have a YouTube account. Most of these accounts are never used. This gives a huge advantage to companies that do use them. Customers want communication on social platforms. Companies that embrace this technology increase sales.
We use Facebook to share pictures, news, specials, videos, anecdotes, run contests and announce product releases. A company can also dialogue with customers on the platform. Twitter can be used to post more immediate news. Since the characters are limited to 141 characters, it is also a great place to post links to websites, landing pages, etc…
A blog is a great place to post information that requires more content. It is similar to a newsletter, except the communication can be daily. Blogs can also be searched for previous posts, so it can be a good data base of information about a company, product or service.
We offer a complete, turnkey and comprehensive service. Finally, you know you need it and we do it for you.