WSI Internet Marketing in Colorado Springs opened its doors in June of 2010 to offer specialized internet marketing services to the Colorado Springs area. By January of 2011 the company reports taking on 12 new clients and tripling revenue from December to January.
Online PR News – 22-March-2011 – – Colorado Springs, CO – February 27, 2011 – Tom Kuthy, an Colorado Springs search engine optimization expert with WSI today reported significant growth of his internet marketing agency in 6 months time. Kuthy has won the business of 12 new clients. Of those, the majority have extended their original contracts and hired Kuthy for additional projects.
WSI offers diverse services in the internet marketing field. Among them are web site development, pay-per-click advertising, search engine optimization, video optimization, and creation of local maps and directory listings to increase offline leads.
“It is ineffective to only use mass media like network and cable TV and local newspapers anymore to advertise your local business. After speaking with clients to understand their business needs, I develop a custom plan utilizing a broad range of strategies to make sure the clients’ web marketing needs are addressed strategically and without the fuss of some agencies.” said Kuthy. WSI Colorado Springs search engine optimization targets locals searching for very relevant keywords that show their interest in these local businesses. WSI can then make modifications to a clients’ web site that turns prospects into customers through web site development and conversion consulting.
Every WSI program includes reporting services that show exactly the clients’ progress, where they rank for the most searched key words, as well as how much increased traffic is coming to the web site as a result of the program. “It is very gratifying to show my clients the amount of extra traffic this service can generate in as little as 30 days” said Kuthy. “I believe that is why my clients, in just 6 months time, are returning over and over again for more projects.”