The key to success in today’s global economy is targeted Homer SEO exposure. That means knowing your customers almost as well as you know yourself. While that kind of market research is the job of a highly skilled internet marketing specialist, there are a few qualities that all consumers share in today’s technologically-geared world. 80% of cell phone users search the web from their device to find local businesses. More importantly, 70% of those users take action within 1 hour! That means that you can make a sale every time someone searches for your type of business in your area – if you’re on the top of the list. Get there with proven Homer SEO.
Homer Search Engine Optimization
Most people, and even some so-called Homer SEO experts, don’t fully understand Homer Search Engine Optimization. It’s not about spamming the internet with poor quality articles or “tricking” the search engines with high PR links. It’s about following Google’s website quality guidelines and creating a web presence that will convince potential customers that you’re their best option. We take a mathematical approach to link building and content optimization that enables us to create a backlink profile that will rocket your website or Google Places listing to the top and stay there for the long haul. Homer Search Engine Optimization that will stand the test of time.
Homer Website Design
Of course, no amount of Homer SEO is going to guarantee sales. Just because your Homer website is at the top of the search results doesn’t mean it looks credible and professional enough to be trusted by scrutinizing potential customers. Our Homer website designers know the psychology behind an internet sale. They know what potential customers look for – generally at a subconscious level – when deciding whether they’ll make a purchase from your Homer website or whether they’d be better off moving to the next website. Our team of highly trained professionals can help your lower your bounce rate, increase conversions exponentially, and finally achieve the level of success you’ve always dreamed of. Proven conversions with top notch Homer Website Design.
About Homer, AK
With an estimated 2010 population of just over 5,000 people, Homer, Alaska has grown by an amazing 26.8% since 2000. The average age of residents in the city is 44 years. The average age of residents throughout the entire state of Alaska, by comparison, is just 36.1 years. The population wasn’t the only area of growth in Homer since 2000 – the median household income increased from $42,821 in 2000 to nearly $57,000 in 2009. Homer is the “halibut fishing capital of the world” and, not surprisingly, much of the city’s local economy relies on halibut and salmon sport fishing and other types of tourism, along with commercial fishing and logging operations.
The town was actually created by the Cook Inlet Coal Fields Company in the 1890s after coal was discovered in the area. The company built the town, a dock, the coal mine, and a railroad. Mining continued to be a major industry in Homer until World War II. Like many “coal towns” throughout the US, the mine didn’t close down due to a lack of coal. There is still more than 400 million tons of coal in deposits throughout the area. Despite the long history of coal mining in the area, the city was named after Homer Pennock, who was a gold mining company promoter. He built the first settlement for his crew of 50 men, though gold mining was never profitable in the city.
Despite its relatively small population, there are two local papers in the city: the Homer Tribune and the Homer News. Both are weekly papers. Homer is also home to a number of radio stations in both the AM and FM band. Because of its remote location, the city receives only 7 analog television channels: KTUU-TV (NBC), KTBY (FOX), KAKM (PBS), KYES (MyNetworkTV), KTVA (CBS), and KYUR (ABC). Interestingly, because the television channels are broadcast using repeaters, residents in the city were not required to participate in the analog-to-digital transition.