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"SEO Company Auckland adds new service options"

“SEO Company Auckland adds new service options for Its Customers”


Summary: leading Auckland web visibility company eMagic will now offer multiple services instead of only offering monthly packages as it has done in the past.

According to a recent study, more than 90 percent of consumers log onto the Internet to either research a company or search for deals before they ever make a purchase, and thanks to new services offered by eMagic, businesses across the globe will now be able to maximise their online marketing efforts.

“We’re now offering one off services,” said Cameron Whitaker, director of eMagic, an SEO Auckland company that specialises in helping business of all shapes, sizes and locations to stand out over their competition, regardless of the niche market they’re in.
“Before we only offered monthly packages that included multiple services. The one off services available include an SEO audit and Review, Google places optimisation, press releases, and consulting.”

Whitaker explained that the addition of its one off services are ideal for businesses who don’t need a comprehensive monthly strategy or for businesses that are happy with the majority of their online marketing, but want some help with one or two areas.

“It’s also ideal for small local businesses that still want great results but have a limited budget or simply don’t need a full program,” Whitaker pointed out.

The company director noted that customers will now have the opportunity to choose to pay for an individual service (one off payment) rather than only having the option to sign up for the company’s existing monthly packages.

The SEO Audit and Review, according to Whitaker, consists of detailed analysis that shows businesses how well their website is currently optimised for the search engines.

The audit, he said, reveals any problems that are impacting the particular businesses search engine rankings and includes comprehensive recommendations and fixes to ensure that their website is properly optimised to deliver results.

When it comes to their press release and distribution service, Whitaker stressed that eMagic has a team of professional writers who will craft news worthy press releases that will improve both brand visibility and search engine rankings.

He added that the Local SEO service will put customers’ local business on the map.

“We optimise your Google Places (Google+ Local) listing, which is Google’s business directory,” said Whitaker. “These are the maps listings that appear within the search results when location searches are used.”

As far as the online marketing consulting, Whitaker said eMagic will help put together a comprehensive online marketing plan that meets its customers’ business goals.

“We’ll do this by getting to know you and your business inside-out,” Whitaker said, before adding, “Many SEO consultants out there skip this vital part which leads to poor results.”

As to why anyone should try eMagic’s new one off services, Whitaker said, “eMagic understand every business is unique and each has their individual strengths and challenges. Through strategic planning and proper research we are able to create a results driven plan that works for your business. We only focus on the Internet marketing channels that will work for you and leave out anything that will waste your time and money.”

For more information, please visit: http://www.emagic.co.nz/

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