December 27, 2010 timestencreative

SEO Trends In 2011

The end of the year 2010 is near. The world is looking forward to everything they hope 2011 will bring. As far as the World Wide Web goes, the one unanimous prediction is that SEO will wrangle its way through to each and every website and search engine. If you want to be reckoned with, SEO has to be on your list of priorities and there is one firm that should on your speed dial for this purpose, it is a internet marketing agency.

The use of social media and online resources like broadcast emails to market products and services looks like it is in the need of some serious uplifting. The use of email has characterized the marketing solutions of most companies. 2011 ought to be interesting as the use of SEO services and email marketing needs to get more personalized and specific to succeed. This involves some delicate and crafty work, only a Florida advertising agency can grasp the gravity of this situation.

Broadly sending out bulk emails to each and every client irrespective of their history with the company may be working in a detrimental fashion proving the business to be an automated nuisance. This is certainly not what Times Ten Creative does or is about. Rather, they are a powerful automated asset. Furthermore, on the other end of the spectrum, giants like Google also believe that search engines need to be more personalized.

The age old marketing adage “If it does not strike a personal chord in me, it is not for me” will be proven true all over again. Reaching out to a target audience is easy but ensuring that each client is dealt with in a manner pertaining specifically to their usage and interests is the hard part. This hurdle needs to be solved and the way to do this in 2011 is to put behavioral monitoring technology to use. This technology will help Google to launch a default personalized search option which will hold the personal preferences of each user. Marketing too will undergo a dramatic change by paying cognizance to the needs and interests of each consumer so that only the most relevant offers and information is sent out to them.

How simple does this sound? It may sound simple but it is difficult and complex to initiate and employ. Hitting a Cliff Lee fastball may sound simple but it most certainly is not. If your car’s transmission needs to be repaired, would you hire someone or attempt to tackle this issue in your garage with your own ratchet set? Lary Arnett, Director of Marketing, Times Ten Creative, located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida hopes it is the former and so does your own employees.

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