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Search Engine Optimization

Simply having a website isn’t enough if no one sees it. Internet traffic is highly influenced by search engine results.

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Pay Per Click Marketing

PPC Management is an ongoing process of creating, maintaining and analyzing online ad campaigns.

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Social Media Marketing

The goal of any social media strategy is to develop a personal relationship with your target audience.

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How Does SEO Work?

SEO works by making it easier for search engines to find your website, and recognize your site as both relevant and authoritative (given the search query). One of the number one complaints business owners have about SEO, and SEO companies, is the lack of clarity with respect to what work is actually being done for the fees charged. Red7Systems has a proven SEO process that is both straightforward and transparent.

What Are Backlinks?

When one website links to another website, it's called a link. Other terms commonly used by SEO companies and online marketers include: backlink, linkback, inbound link, incoming link, inlinks, and inward links. Links are important for SEO because search engines like Google use them as a gauge or measure of a website's relevance and authority.

Should SEO Be Done In Stages?

If you've never invested in search engine optimization (SEO) and your website is more than three years old, chances are you have a lot of things that need to be fixed. While it's tempting to hire someone to fix everything at once, rapidly implementing some elements of SEO and/or doing too many things at once can cause issues. Depending on the number of changes you need to make, you may want to think about rolling out your SEO efforts in stages.

Which Search Engine Gets The Most Traffic?

comScore (NASDQ: SCOR) tracks data relevant to the digital world. On June 13, 2012, they released their monthly comScore qSearch analysis of the U.S. search marketplace which shows which search engine gets the most traffic. As you migh expect, Google remains the big dog with close to 67 percent market share (which is up slightly from comScore's last report). Microsoft is in a distant second place with 15.4 percent and Yahoo! is falling behind with 13 percent. So, if Red7Systems is optimizing your website or reviewing your search engine rankings, we focus primarily on Google, then Bing, and then Yahoo!