Web Hosting Expands to Search Engine Optimization
by Milena Sotirova
February 11, 2005
The search engine marketing popularity expands to web hosting services in an attempt to meet increasing customer needs. While providing more advanced and interdisciplinary offers, the firms are striving to expand the services to marketing and site optimization more intensively than ever.
Web Host Affinity Internet announced this week the launch of a service allowing SMB customers to rank highly on search engines; they are calling the new service "Search Engine Optimizer". The company states that it is the first of its' kind, making the resources of an expert search engine optimization team available at affordable price.
"Search Engine Optimizer is the next piece of the Affinity strategy to provide comprehensive web services that allow SMBs to compete with larger enterprises on the Internet," said Peter Chambers, CEO, Affinity Internet.
The SEO marketing is the new pick of the internet service providers, in close relation with the design services.
"Above all, when choosing a design for your own company site, you should think about the site as an instrument for the realization of your goals," says David Braun, CEO Templatemonster.com in his interview for PromotionWorld taken this week.
Meanwhile NetBaldwin and VANewswire announced their Search Engine Optimization Seminar in Richmond, VA. "Getting Better Search Engine Rankings, Fact Versus Fiction, and Determining the ROI of a Website."
The seminar will be held on Thursday, Feb. 17 at 7:30AM at "The Place at Innsbrook", (4036-C Cox Road, Glen Allen) The cost of the event is $39.00 and registration is required.
This seminar brings two great business leaders together to talk about this timely topic.
Jim Baldwin, COO of NetBaldwin will be discussing the basics of Search Engine Optimization and how to achieve better rankings for websites. "If the Search Engines can't find your website, neither can your prospects."
One more launch this week marked a search engine optimization marketing industry milestone. In the middle of the week, Digital Road Consulting (DRC) announced their new website, http://www.digitalroadconsulting.com. The company states that the site is aimed to aid small and medium-sized local businesses that want to understand and utilize online marketing.
DRC president Jon Hall, said, "Digital Road Consulting wants to be the firm those businesses turn to for all of their search engine marketing needs."
The new website offers education about SEO for those with little or no knowledge of search engine optimization.
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