The main reason you should hire us is that we do the work ourselves. Many people offer SEO internet marketing as magic. Hermosa Beach is small. You don’t need magic. Magic is paying for some report or score or something. The end result of all your money spent is growing other people’s websites. The dumb dumbs including you are all happy about it too. Wow we went from 45 to 51 links last month. Everyone is happy that you spent money to build someone else’s website that you gloat.
A long time ago the process of link building on other sites was called Web 2.0. The process of search engine optimization was building out your own website with skill. If you were using Hermosa, then at the end of the month your website grew from 45 to 51 pages. We know that competitors are having a hard time catching up. The benefits are going to be around for awhile. You are happy. We are happy.
For some reason you want to be programmers. You look up information and rush to hire someone to do it. As search engines are just a computer program, you hire the cheapest person to unlock the mysteries of the most sophisticated program you have ever seen. Yet you do it. You do it all the time.
The reason that does not work is safeguards. Safeguards have been put in search engines for observation reasons. They give you a score. You are doing business in Hermosa Beach but you host your website in Eastern Europe, then down goes the score. Doesn’t make sense. You’re doing business in Southbay, but all your admin logins are from users in another country. Doesn’t make sense to the search engine programming. The site never go up. You spend even more money. You can’t do that. Your website is only 5 pages. You want magic and not work. If you took all the money and did expansion like we offer instead of magic, then you could’ve grown to 3000 pages already. One page per city would be crazy. Hermosa Beach Marketing will build pages for you with search engine optimization for a long, long time – thousands. Offer them by state packages as needed. Offer them to push the map in Southbay as needed.