Search Marketing firm Your Web Gurus recently announced the launch of an innovative suite of services to accompany their pay per click management services. This suite of services is likely to position Your Web Gurus for substantial growth in 2013.
Search Engine Marketing agency, Your Web Gurus, recently announced the launch of a service offering that promises to maximize digital media return on investment for struggling companies. The firm, based in Flemington New Jersey, which serves clients across the United States, specializes in Pay Per Click campaigns with Google, Yahoo, and BING. The new service offering involves evaluating user behavior on websites using interactive click mapping software, call monitoring programs, and A/B testing mechanisms.
According to ComScore, a leading internet market research company, collectively Google and Google's partner sites Ask and Aol, as well as BING and Yahoo sites, accounted for nearly 100% of all search engine queries in the United States during November of 2012. Google led with 66.9% of searches.
The founder of Your Web Gurus explains, "Since today's search engines account for millions of daily searches and clicks to websites, we feel it is essential to make sure our client's websites can handle the traffic once they get it. It does not help a company to spend thousands on advertising to get clicks, just to have almost all of those visitors leave the website without doing business."
While Your Web Gurus does not guarantee to generate leads and sales from every visitor to the website, they do provide a guarantee that their techniques will help produce responses, or new clients can request a refund during a 30 day probationary "test" period.
The Your Web Gurus Search Marketing Director states, "We are excited about our new service offerings for 2013, as the extra value added services are included free for most new advertisers. We feel this positions us as a firm to be far more competitive than the run of the mill agencies that simply run ads without really delving into analytics and usability issues."