Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, December 11, 2009 - TRP Services, a thoroughbred horseracing handicapping service, selected SmartFinds Internet Marketing to create and launch its new website (www.trpservices.com), along with developing a results-oriented digital marketing strategy. The new website launched November 2009. "I've been an enthusiastic member of the thoroughbred horse racing community for more than half a century, and with the ability to share information on the web, it's only logical to have a presence on the Internet," said, Uncle T, President of TRP Services. "We are pleased to have selected such a well regarded digital marketing firm like SmartFinds to create, launch and promote our web site." SmartFinds Internet Marketing provides corporations with complete digital marketing solutions. CEO Melih Oztalay has thirteen years experience with Internet and digital services in developing strategies that utilize all facets of the World Wide Web. "There is more to the digital marketplace beyond a website," said CEO Melih Oztalay. "SmartFinds is excited to be part of the outreach program for TRP Services to help build visibility and results." In order to develop a digital strategy for clients like TRP Services, SmartFinds begins with extensive research to determine how the Internet community uses the Internet [...]
W3C compliance can have a positive impact on search engine rankings. It’s fair to conclude if code works well for the visitors and browsers, it can only benefit your efforts with the search engines. So, why would one take the risk of having bad Web site code, if good Web site code will help visitors and search engine spiders alike?
Since we know people are entering websites through interior pages, have you considered how that affects your website flow? Let's start with the question have you considered that your home page is not the only entryway to your Web site? In fact, visitors may never even view your home page, but instead, may access your site through its interior pages. This reality must impact your internal Web site marketing strategy, your call to action on all pages, as well as your website flow to meet your business objective.
In order to foster results and return on investment for a Web site development project, there are several elements which require consideration. The 1990s did not require the sub-specialization needed for today’s successful Web sites. Does your website developer really understanding your business objectives? Does your website developer understand marketing? The disciplines needed for today's website have matured to a level beyond the average website developer. Does your website act as a business tool to generate revenue or is it merely a brochure?
Technical Marketing is the process of insuring your website, your web pages, and the web server all work together. You would be wrong to think this is search engine optimization (SEO). While SEO is a part of Website Technical Marketing, there is more work than meets the eye
A CMS after all, is an application which is intended to allow less technical individuals to update, edit and manage content on a Web site without necessarily being knowledgeable of coding or Web site programming. Having a CMS at the fingertips of internal staff allows for easy and instantaneous Web site maintenance. Making sure your CMS is search engine friendly and W3C compliant also aids to insure your website will be technically effective as well.
Birmingham, Michigan, November 4, 2008 - SmartFinds Internet Marketing (www.smartfindsmarketing.com) announces the development and launch of an enhanced web site for Safecutters, Inc. The new web site improves the functionality and overall user experience - both for e-customers of Safecutters.com and, for Safecutters (www.safecutters.com) personnel who manage the company's web site. "Safecutters.com utilizes the proprietary e-commerce system, SmartCommerce™, offered by SmartFinds Internet Marketing," commented Melih Oztalay. "We're excited to deliver these expanded capabilities and web site features." With the site's Content Management System (CMS), Safecutters' staff can easily manage the web site directly. For example, Safecutters' employees have the direct capability to modify existing product information, upload new products, and specify custom quantity discount levels as needed. In addition, staff members can upload web site videos. Furthermore, they can easily designate related products within the system so that affiliated products display together on the same web page. Customers to the e-store will enjoy the new search function, as well as a social community opportunity to add rating and review comments for various Safecutters products. Furthermore, technical capabilities will soon allow Distributors to apply for approval to sell and distribute Safecutters' products. Commented Tom Fri, President of Safecutters, Inc., "We have [...]