There’s something about saying “I want to produce something for a client that’s got a chance to be the best answer on the web.” That’s Real Company Sh*t.
Back at the dawn of time—the early 90’s—companies actually had to make money without the Internet. They had to worry about crazy things like building relationships, providing experiences that went above and beyond expectation, and—wait for it—driving revenue. Trying to continually outsmart search engines and consumers is Fake Company Sh*t. It doesn’t provide value and it doesn’t enhance your business as a whole. All it does is increase short-term metrics. Temporarily.
–Dave Z., SEO Associate, Seer San DiegoYou really have to focus on the user, develop big assets, and do big things.
Doing Real Company Sh*t is not easy.?It takes time and work. It’s not a short-term fix. It’s a strategy that centers on people and solving their problems and has to be maintained on an ongoing basis. It’s using SEO, PPC, Analytics, Content, and Design as tools—as methods of connecting with your customers to accomplish your real world business goals, not short-term gimmicks.
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