Boston Web Design and SEO Expert Offers Hot Tips To Beat The Competition in 2020

Founder of Perfection Marketing provides timely insights into which best practices to implement to raise brand visibility, consumer engagement, web traffic, and sales conversions.

Boston, United States - February 15, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Experts predict that digital technology innovations will continue to advance at an exponential pace this year. They warn that companies that don’t stay ahead of the curve will likely be left far behind. That is why any business hoping to remain competitive in 2020 is advised to stay on the leading edge of website enhancement and search engine capability. The good news is that those who do will emerge as winners.

“By simply following best practices and implementing forward-thinking solutions, businesses can significantly boost brand awareness and market share,” explains Michael Ryan. Ryan heads up the team at Boston’s digital marketing & SEO services agency Perfection Marketing. “We’ve seen clients who realized dramatic results and greater profitability, just by taking a few proactive steps to improve their website visibility and functionality.”

Many e-commerce sites now leverage sophisticated technologies like artificial intelligence, which may not be feasible for some businesses. But Ryan points out that solutions don’t have to be costly or require additional IT infrastructure or in-house expertise. Usually all it takes is a basic diagnosis of the existing website, followed by strategically designed on-boarding of value-adding features. That approach typically begins with a customized design or redesign of the website. The goal is to improve the navigation to ensure it is more intuitive, across multiple mobile platforms, while strengthening brand elements for effectiveness and consistency. Once the site is maximized, the next step is keyword analysis, followed by effective keyword usage and search engine optimization (SEO) coding and content. Then a business can take advantage of greater connectivity through internal and external links to increase traffic. Deployment of more advanced level SEO solutions may also be appropriate.

Granted, most business owners and managers lack the skills and time to undertake such a project. But digital marketing professionals adept at using tools like CSS, HTML, and JavaScript can do so quickly and affordably. Oftentimes, companies find that the cost of the enhancements pays for itself through amplified revenue generation. “We recommend doing a comprehensive website analysis at least once or twice a year,” says Ryan. “That can uncover hidden opportunities for higher performance and accelerated conversion rates. The first quarter is the ideal time for that, before sales in many industries and markets ramp-up ahead of summer. But put it off, and you can find yourself lagging behind as consumers spend their tax refunds. Next thing you know, it’s time to get ready for the holiday season and another whole year has slipped by, setting you back even more.”

To help businesses avoid procrastination, Perfection Marketing is currently offering to do a free SEO website analysis. “Our analysis is done almost instantaneously,” Ryan adds. “But it will reveal insights and metrics that can intelligently guide your digital marketing. You’ll know how to lure more traffic, convert visitors to paying customers, and capture higher revenues in 2020.”

For More Information Contact:

Perfection Marketing

Boston, MA 02110

Phone: 617-221-7200

https://www.perfectionmarketing.com

Email: mike@perfectionmarketing.com

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