Louisville SEO Company Announces New Services

June 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - IM Consultant Services in Cincinnati, Ohio, has announced that they are now offering a wide range of services for those in and around Louisville, Kentucky. The company states that any business in the area can take advantage of the company’s Louisville SEO services to help them to grow their business.

Mike Marko, the founder and CEO of IM Consultant Services says, “We offer a full range of services that are designed to get businesses noticed. Without being noticed, a business is unlikely to see many customers. Our services help to ensure that local businesses get the attention that they need from people who are searching for the products or services that they offer.”

Marko states that any business today that wants to be successful has to be found online, even businesses that do not operate online. He adds that businesses do not necessarily have to have a website in order to establish an online presence. Many businesses today are taking advantage of social media in order to reach their customers.

“Social media is great,” Marko adds. “Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and various other sites let businesses deal directly with their customers. They help them to establish more of a personal relationship with those customers, which customers greatly appreciate. Not only that, but social media allows for a business to have an online presence, so they can be found when someone searches for them online, which is what they want.”

Marko says that his Louisville SEO company can help businesses to build their online presence either with a website or through social media, or both. In addition, the company offers a full suite of other services including website design, graphic design, reputation management, pay per click, search engine marketing, press releases and others that are all designed to bring attention to a particular company or brand.

Studies show that most consumers today use the internet to research local businesses. If a consumer is looking for a restaurant that serves Mexican food for instance, they will likely pull up a Google search for restaurants in the area that offer this type of cuisine. If a restaurant that serves Mexican food is not listed on the internet, then they are likely missing out on a lot of customers, according to Marko.

“People want convenience, and that’s what internet searches give them,” Marko adds. “We can help any business to establish, promote, grow and maintain their online presence, which gives them a much better chance of getting those customers who are searching online for what they are offering.”

Marko says that IM Consultant Services offers a full range of Louisville SEO services for customers, all of which can be seen on the company’s website. The website gives details of each service and how it can help businesses to grow and reach the point of success that they want. Some of their offered services include blog content, website design, and many others.

Those in or around the Louisville, Kentucky area who are looking to increase their online presence and growth their business can contact Marko and his team through their company website. Marko states that they will schedule a consultation where they can learn more about the business and build an action plan to get the business to where it wants to be.

Marko founded IM Consultant Services many years ago with the aim of helping businesses to be more successful. He has more than two decades of experience in project management and new product development, giving him insights into how to market new products to a waiting audience.

Those who would like to learn more about the SEO services that are available for Louisville businesses can visit Marko and his team on their website. Marko adds that his entire team is built from experience and innovation and that they have the drive to ensure that all of their clients reach the level of success that they desire. More on this, as well as direct contact information, can be found on the company’s website.

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For more information about IM Consultant Services, contact the company here:

IM Consultant Services
Mike Marko
513-580-4598
info@imconsultantservices.com
PO Box 62451 Cincinnati, OH 45262

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