Kenneth C. Wisnefski, founder and CEO of WebiMax, announced today that the company was named the Fastest Growing Company in Southern New Jersey for 2011, by South Jersey Biz Magazine. The Mount Laurel, NJ based search engine optimization firm was reviewed on key factors including revenue growth, employee growth, products and services portfolio, and leadership. Wisnefski calls this “another distinction of the journey of what was once a small business start-up that has now become a nationally and internationally recognized SEO firm”.
South Jersey Biz Magazine is a monthly publication that covers businesses located in Southern New Jersey including Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties. Their “South Jersey’s Fastest Growing Company, 2011” was open to any South Jersey based business that wanted to enter the contest, however specific criteria had to be met, including presenting a positive growth in financials, employment growth, and expansion of services. The article can be found here (courtesy of South Jersey Biz Magazine).
“WebiMax is extremely grateful for the distinction that South Jersey Biz awarded us”, states Wisnefski. “When I founded WebiMax in 2008, I wanted to create a company that would truly help our clients grow their businesses by working with them more as a strategic partner than merely an outsourced vendor. What was at first a 4 person start up operating in 1 location, has now grown to 150 employees and 12 offices, including 8 domestic and 4 international”, exclaims Wisnefski.
The company has received several other distinctions since their inception in 2008. Notably, WebiMax is rated the #1 SEO firm in the United States and Australia. In addition, the company is also rated #1 in the United States in Local Search, Reputation Management, Landing Page Optimization, Web Design, Multilingual SEO, and Ecommerce by the same organization.
“Our company has grown tremendously over the past 3 years and continues to promise a bright future ahead. In 2011 alone, we’ve doubled our workforce to 150 personnel, and plan to add another 100 employees by years end. Rather than outsourcing our services to overseas firms (as the majority of SEO firms do), we provide all of our services in-house and continuously recruit and hire talented personnel in the U.S. job economy. Our revenue is up 217,000% from 2008. In addition to South Jersey Biz, I’d like to thank our dedicated team of employees that not only make WebiMax one of the fastest growing companies in the United States, but one of the best places to work”, concludes Wisnefski.
WebiMax represents not only a success story in small business startup, but also a success story for serial web Entrepreneur Kenneth C. Wisnefski. In 2008, Wisnefski had a vision to create a business that would truly help our clients grow their businesses by working with them more as a strategic partner, rather than merely an outsourced vendor. Clients rely on us to enhance their online visibility through search engine optimization (SEO), landing page optimization, local search, reputation management, social media, e-commerce, web design and development, and pay-per-click management.
Wisnefski’s vision has further enhanced WebiMax’s abilities to enjoy the success and growth the company has experienced since our inception 3 years ago. Maintaining a 99% client retention rate, and signing an average of 50 new clients each month, WebiMax is well positioned to continue to enjoy explosive growth in the search engine optimization (SEO) industry.
In early 2011, the company expanded operations, opening additional offices in 6 major U.S. metropolitan cities, and 4 international offices including Australia, Canada, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
With revenue at its highest point in the history of the company, Wisnefski will continue to enhance the company and lead WebiMax well into the future of search engine optimization.
Do you know a lot about the behaviors of Web browsers? It is the duty of a PPC management service to study such things in addition to orchestrating and monitoring your pay-per-click campaign. Web browsers are very capricious; they are met with a humongous amount of information and do not spend much time on one page unless truly captivated. Landing pages are designed to captivate a targeted audience in order to persuade them to make an intended action (make a purchase; signup for a newsletter; etc). The following post addresses ways a PPC management service orchestrates efficient landing pages.
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Landing page design and content is to be succinct and impactful. Good content does not spend a lot of time celebrating the goods and services, yet focuses on how those goods and services serve as a solution to common desires and problems. As stated, the attention span of a Web browser is limited; PPC management services make sure content is persuasive and catchy.
Landing pages usually are situated with a form so potential customers can relay their demands to your Web site. Lead forms are to be short while asking only for the most important questions. Web browsers do not want to be met with a lot of questions; they want to get to the end result while not spending a lot of time with multiple steps to get there. A PPC management service can engineer a short lead form to affix to the landing page.
PPC management services spend a lot of time testing and retesting inserted images placed on the landing page. Images are useful in enticing a browser’s attention, yet they can also be detrimental in distracting the browser from making a desired conversion (such as filling out a lead form). PPC management services construct several landing pages using various images to see what attracts the quickest and most conversions.
At first, landing pages may appear only to serve an immediate purpose – to inspire browsers to make a conversion, yet seasoned PPC management services also use landing pages to further engage browsers with your brand. This tactic can be used to get users to order whitepapers; sign up for your site’s Facebook page; read a blog post; and more.
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Are you considering paying more attention to landing page optimization for your Web site? As referenced in this post’s title, landing page optimization is extremely important in order for search engines to elicit your pages to browsers as well as to entice consumers to make a conversion. A conversion can be a purchase or other behavior, which is described as the main goal for your Web page’s existence.
What most, smaller companies are up against is devoting the resources to orchestrating, implementing, and keeping track of statistics related to landing page optimization. To start, let’s briefly describe a landing page. In essence, a landing page is an electronic ad, which relays a call-to-action to consumers and Web browsers. If you were selling t-shirts, you may have several to thousands of landing pages relating to general or specific t-shirts. The landing page is the last stop of the sales cycle; the consumer is in front of a desired product and the landing page’s job is to ‘close the deal.’
Online marketing and search engine optimization companies can help your company engineer great landing pages, which will inspire desired responses from consumers.
Let’s take a look at some things an online marketing company can do in relation to landing page optimization:
Testing to perfection
What is the perfect ad to showcase your products and services? You may have many ideas and derivatives, yet you are not completely sure. Landing page optimization takes into account your target market and behavior of online consumers. Each ad must be structured to entice your target market, yet the process is still in a theoretical phase until it can be tested. A marketing company can engineer, implement, and test landing pages to ensure the best conversion rates.
Revisits other important pages
It is fantastic as well as the purpose of a landing page to inspire a conversion, yet what if even more conversions are possible? Many landing pages do not take into account the possibility of further, immediate purchases. Landing page optimization also focuses on redirecting consumers’ attentions to other pages, which may be of interest to a consumer who has already made a transaction. This can be done through additional suggestions or copy enticing browsers to go to another page within the site to make another purchase. Wouldn’t you want your landing page optimization strategy to involve greater potential for success? Of course, you would.
Landing page optimization is inextricable from the notion of implementing a call-to-action. A call-to-action may involve enticing the browser to make a purchase, sign up for a newsletter, provide their email addresses, and so on. Online marketing companies are very willing to offer landing page optimization services due to the close relation to traditional marketing. Content writers and graphic designers join forces in order to orchestrate a visually alluring and convincing Web page issuing your products and services.