Responsive Web Design, SEO and Social Media Marketing
WordPress and Joomla Responsive Design Websites
Specializing in mobile web design, web development, SEO and social media management, Champlain Marketing in Burlington, VT offers everything you need to successfully promote your business or organization. We not only develop your website and social media strategy, we teach you how to take control of your website and social media accounts so you can save money.
Search Engine Optimization is all about making your website easy to find for people who are looking for what you provide. Champlain Marketing can help you identify your target audiences and research keyword phrases that will help increase your website traffic and increase the time people spend on your website.
- Page Title Optimization
- Location Targeting
- Image Tagging
- Inbound Links
These are just a few of the SEO factors we will evaluate on your current website as part of a SEO checkup to see how much work needs to be done to optimize your website.
Social Media Marketing
Social Media takes time, which is one thing most business owners have in short supply. Setting up great looking social media profiles and filling in your business details are just the beginning of what Champlain Marketing can do for your social media marketing. Not all social media platforms work for every business. A law firm probably won’t have much use for an Instagram account, but a bakery definitely would. A Twitter account might be a better fit for the lawyers than the bakers. Both could benefit from a Facebook page, and both should have Google My Business account.
While your profiles are being set up, we will be consulting with you to create posts, tweets or updates that will attract new followers and send people back to your website where they can learn more about what you do.
Our marketing network has you covered
No matter what your marketing need may be, our network of professionals can design and implement solutions to any problem, of any size. Web Design, Web Hosting, Print, Video, Audio, Creative and Technical Copy Writing, Search Engine Optimization… You get the idea.
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