June 2009 Rise To The Top Wrapup

June 2009 Rise To The Top Wrapup

We are now well into the month of July 2009 but in the review of the search marketing world in June 2009 you will see there was a great deal going on!

June 2009 Internet Marketing News

  • Bing arrived with a bang – or so we thought!  There was a great deal of hype in the search marketing world about the release of the new ‘decision engine’ launched by Microsoft.  As you can see by the Search Engine Market share for the month of June --- considering all the hype, Bing hardly made a dent.
  • Facebook finally followed Twitter’s lead and allowed people to identify themselves with simple URL names.  The trouble is that they didn’t do the same for companies that have Facebook pages.  That means that while the ‘free for all’ for names occurred early in June, if you were a business owner you had to either leave your company name out on the line or reserve it with your own personal profile. 

Conversion Friendly Website Launches in June 2009

Jiffy Storage

Jiffy Self Storage This Toronto area self storage has been benefiting from strong search engine visibility for several years.  After working for quite some time with the client we identified a plan to improve website conversion.  This meant the development of a web site with a focus on the core web site goal – getting people looking for local self storage to call or leave their follow up information.  The end result is a site closely in line with the corporate branding and a happy client!


Phil Castleton Photography

Philip Castleton As one of Toronto’s busiest corporate photographers, Phil Castleton came to us with concerns that he needed a website that was search engine friendly but would not hinder the visual presentation of his web site.  Mission accomplished!  By integrating flash within an HTML website and providing much needed content to go with his fantastic photo gallery the site is primed and ready for website leads.  This site was also listed internally as a top 3 design of the 2009 quarter!

Ram Express

Ram ExpressThis client came to us to help with visitor engagement and conversion on their pay per click campaigns.  The process we followed suggested that we needed to build a landing page that would get to an actionable step much faster than the current public website.

The landing page features a top banner sales funnel, a quick form and quick pointed information wrapped around the website goal.

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  • avatar
    Julia Rubenstein 


    Nice…thats the latest from your company! Nice display of work. Three designs all good, photo gallery of the photography site is superbly done. It is highly appreciable the way you guys improvised navigation elements without tampering the design quality in all the three.
    Jeffrey, no big secret I am also a regularly visitor here, just to catch the latest what these guys talk about in Analytics.

  • avatar

    Great looking sites guys! I like the standardization in the forms on all 3 sites, and the flash element as Brit says on the Jiffy site is quite nice, I like the sparkle in effect on the text. Clean easy to navigate sites!
    As for Bing… I will reserve comments for a while yet, but we still aren’t seeing much traffic from it.

  • avatar

    Impressive designs! Perfectly blended!
    Bloggers enormous interest in Bing created a bigger-than-real image which seems to have burst. Anyway Bing has made a vibration on the search front, but it remains to be seen how long it will sustain the tempo.

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    I heard A LOT of hype about Bing when it was ready for launch but not much since its launch.
    The websites are beautiful. I really like the flash element that we are bringing into our designs. Simple but does the trick. GREAT work team!
    If you haven’t, take a look at the Philip Castleton gallery. Cool features and great imagery!

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    Being an internet marketing professional myself, I regularly read your blogs that mostly touch upon current internet marketing topics. Some of your earlier blogs on sales funnel development, I should say, were really educative and useful for every internet marketing professional.
    Besides, some of the designs developed by you people are visually very appealing and designed with an eye on SEO strategies that definitely should aid conversions. Great going Techwyse

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