Advertising Your New Custom Website
At this stage, you have an awesome custom website design and exactly the webhosting plan you can afford. Now all you have to do is publish your site on to the Internet right? Wrong. Though publishing your files onto the World Wide Web is the initial step, it will do you no good to be published if no ones how to find or locate your website to access all of that wonderful information we so carefully dessigned. The key to bringing in web traffic is understanding and controlling how your site ranks amongst the major search engines such as Google, MSN or Yahoo.
How Do I Get the Search Engines to Visit Me?
Webcrawlers make periodic visits to URLs that are submitted to them, and then based on various criteria and a superalgorithm (mathematical formula), the webcrawlers will make its own determination about the relevancy of the content presented on your website. This is why it is so important to understand how to use your website design to improve your visibility on the web.
This is where the other web design firms may leave you in a lurch. Afterall their specialty is most likely designing - perhaps not so much in marketing. Understanding the right kind of marketing strategy is not an easy feat. The search engines are powered by super-algorithms that the ordinary computer novice may not understand. As an added service to your web designing experience, we will provide you with the tools to get yourself published and begin driving in traffic.
Your site will be designed with the latest search engine optimization techniques in mind - as well as equipping you with the knowledge of how to keep your site visible in the world wide web. Contact us today for more information or simply if you are ready to get started!
In August 2005, Ilene J. Smoger Sensei, Head Instructor of the Okinawan Karate Club of Dallas and Savvy Web Services hosted a workshop for the participants of the Pacific Association of Women Martial Artists (PAWMA) Special Training.
In January 2006, Ilene J. Smoger and Savvy Web Services partnered together once again to present the second segment of "Your Dojo and the Internet" at the Association of Women Martial Arts Instructors (AWMAI) "Teaching the Teacher" Conference in Deerfield Beach, Florida.