Kodiak SEO

The key to success in today’s global economy is targeted Kodiak 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 Kodiak SEO.

Kodiak Search Engine Optimization

Most people, and even some so-called Kodiak SEO experts, don’t fully understand Kodiak 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. Kodiak Search Engine Optimization that will stand the test of time.

About Kodiak, AK

For more than 7,000 years, Kodiak was inhabited solely by Alutiiq natives until the 18th century when members of the Russian crown settled the area and made it the capitol of Russian Alaska. Due to extensive harvesting of sea otter pelts, a war broke out between the natives and the Russians that lasted more than 150 years and the near extinction of the animal. When the United States purchased Alaska from Russia in 1867, the city of Kodiak became a major port for commercial fishing and canneries popped up all along the island.

Today, Kodiak has a population of approximately 6,130 and a total land area of 5.4 square miles. Contrary to popular belief, Kodiak is not the area made famous for gold mining. The city’s main industries have almost always been commercial fishing and oil.

Of 1,966 household in Kodiak, 40.2% have at least one child under the age of 18 living with them and 52.1% are married couples living together. Though the median age of 34, nearly a third of the population is under the age of 18 and more than 23% are over the age of 45. The per capita income in Kodiak is $21,522 and the average household in the city earns $55,142 annually. More than 7% of the population lives under the poverty line, including 8.4% of those under the age of 18. None of those over the age of 65 are living at or below the poverty line.

Kodiak is home to a small training base operated by the United States Navy where Navy SEALs are trained in cold weather survival and advanced techniques. The United States Coast Guard also has a strong presence in the city, including the USCG Air Station Kodiak, the Aids to Navigation Team Kodiak, and the Marine Safety Detachment Kodiak.

About Anchorage, AK

Anchorage, Alaska has a population of 291,826 residents according to the 2010 United States Census, making it the northernmost city in the United States with a population of more than 100,000 people. The city is also the largest community on the North American continent north of the 60th parallel. Amazingly, Anchorage isn’t just Alaska’s largest city; it also happens to be home to more than 40% of the state’s population. In addition to being the most populous city in Alaska, Anchorage has earned the status of being the most tax-friendly city in the United States.

None of that means that Anchorage is a great place to live. For those with the financial resources to withstand the higher cost of living and the constitution to endure cold weather year-‘round, Anchorage is a paradise. For those with more limited finances or a preference for warm weather, living in the northernmost city in the United States could prove to be a formidable challenge. Temperatures in Alaska can plunge to 32 degrees below freezing, though average summer daytime temperatures are much more habitable at 55 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit.

One of the most interesting facets of Anchorage is its diverse wildlife population. More than 250 black bears and 60 grizzly bears live in and around the city. Equal numbers of moose reside in the area and, in fact, more than 100 moose are hit by cars each year in Anchorage. In recent years, two people were stomped to death by moose and local officers with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game had to kill aggressive moose within the city limits every year.

The racial makeup of Anchorage, Alaska is as follows: 62.2% non-Hispanic White, 8.1% Asian, 7.9% Alaska natives, 5.6% African Americans, and smaller minorities of pacific islanders and Hispanics. German and Irish are the most common ancestral lineages in the non-Hispanic White population.