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How to Choose a SEO Company

Are you looking for the right SEO company for your website? If you have tried your hand at marketing your website alone, you know how difficult it can be. The internet is constantly changing and search engines are constantly updating their ranking criteria.

Finding an SEO company that suits your website needs and that fits within your price range can be extremely difficult, especially when you factor in how much trust is required in making the transaction. Not only are you trusting them with your investment, you are trusting them with your income. If they have misrepresented the knowledge behind the SEO services they offer, your income could be seriously damaged.

Even if you know the SEO services they provide are high quality, it can be hard to hand that much power over to someone you do not know. This is why you should get to know the company and the people who will be working on your website. Knowing these people and their expertise will help build your comfort level.

SEO companies come in all shapes and sizes. For most people, the globalized type SEO company just won’t do. Their business needs a more personalized, local approach to optimization.

So, what should you look for in a local SEO company? Even though we have covered more in-depth information, there are a couple critical components to making your choice.

SEO Company

Choosing an SEO Company

When you are looking for an SEO company, you have two main choices. You can hire an online based SEO company or you could hire a local SEO company. Unfortunately, no one can direct you in the right direction because this choice has to be made in the best interest of your company.

An online based SEO company works differently than a local company. An online based SEO company focuses their expertise a wide audience. This allows them to service more customers and generate more revenue. A local company focuses their energy on the needs of local businesses and drawing in local customers.

Once you have decided which type of SEO company you are going to hire, it is time to narrow down your search and interview your top choices. Here are a couple of other things you should consider before you make your decision

  • The Company’s Knowledge of Your Niche

You should talk directly to the person who will be handling your account your account. How much knowledge do they have about your niche? If they are not knowledgeable, what research do they plan to complete before your account is activated?  Are they confident in their ability to handle your website end reach your target audience? Do they have any references from accounts they have worked on for the company?

By answering these questions, you will be able to gauge whether the company will be assigning the right person to your account.

  • What Knowledge Does the Company Have About Your Target Market?

Is the company knowledgeable about your target audience? Reaching different specific groups of people requires a lot of knowledge about the demographic as a whole. It also requires a lot of knowledge about the location of your target market.

For example, a wise marketer would not waste their time marketing Prada to low-income single moms. They would focus their SEO on wealthy areas and areas known to have enough money to impulse buy the newest fashions.

By finding the right SEO company, you can ensure that your website will reach your target market and that your website revenue will steadily increase over time. For more information see our Home Page.

Mobile Apps

We need help!


Do you have an IOS SDK or an Android Development Environment? If so, then we need your help

Many of you will be aware that a begin of this year we released Mobile Apps for IOS and Android phones to enable Users to scan barcodes on tickets at the Point of Entry.
Mobile App Development
The development of these Apps required development environments and used software languages, that were not available to the Fusion Ticket team and hence the coding was out-sourced.
Unfortunately we did did not get the quality products we had expected, this was very disappointing.

The IOS  App is currently pretty stable but we have been informed by Apple that all future releases or updates will have to use the iOS 8 SDK

The Android App is, at the moment, unusable and gives a network error on scanning a bar code. We did have working ‘test’ code but the released code as supplied shows this error. Unfortunately it would also seem that, for unknown reasons, we have been locked out from our Google Development Environment!

We have the source code but not the kit or coding expertise to put it right, so if you have either of these Environments and a little spare time we would be very pleased and  would like to ask for your help in rectifying this situation. We would love to hear from you.