WSI AND PRECISION PLASTIC SURGERY ENGAGE IN SEARCH ENGINE MARKETING
News From The Leading Thousand Oaks Internet Marketing Agency
Precision Plastic Surgery is a world-class cosmetic surgery clinic located in beautiful Austin, Texas. Under the guidance of highly qualified plastic surgeon Dr. John McFate and his team, Precision offers, accurate, professional, and confidential services including breast augmentation, tummy tuck, liposuction, rhinoplasty and eyelid surgery to clients near and far.
In order to improve their online presence and increase online traffic, Precision Plastic Surgery recently enlisted WSI’s services to optimize their website by utilizing a strategic search optimization approach and manage their online advertising campaign.
Each month, WSI will be analyzing the progress made on the key performance indicators of the SEO on page and off page implementation and the online advertising campaign. These KPIs include the number of links to the optimized pages, the ranking of these pages, the number of organic visitors to these pages, and the number of conversions.
Although this digital campaign is still in its preliminary stages, we are already seeing encouraging results. By continuing to use a thought-out plan of action and posting content on various social media sites as well as the company website, we strive to bring Precision Plastic Surgery to the top of Google’s search and, as a result, boost the number of new clients.
WSI stands for “We Simplify the Internet” and is the global leader in digital marketing with over 1,000 digital marketing consultants in over 80 countries. On average, there are two billion searches done on Google daily. Consumers are using the results in search engines to help them make informed purchasing decisions in every industry. If you aren’t ranking on the first page for your specific keywords, you are probably missing out on significant traffic to your site and ultimately customers. WSI would be happy to discuss your goals, or do an analysis of your current marketing activities.
This post originally appeared on an associated WSI blog.