SOURCE: Whoast, Inc.

December 29, 2008 14:00 ET

Whoast Offers Effective SEO Strategies to Complement Recent Google SEO Changes

The Search Marketing Firm, Whoast, Recently Adjusted Its SEO Strategies to Offer Clients Effective SEO Solutions That Complement Google's Launch of SearchWiki

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - December 29, 2008) - The online search marketing firm Whoast, Inc. announced it has implemented effective SEO strategy modifications to complement recent Google SEO changes. Instead of focusing solely on search rankings, Whoast designs customized, cost-effective search engine optimization (SEO) and pay per click (PPC) campaigns that center on conversion metrics, including call tracking and website traffic reporting.

Based in Chicago, Whoast was founded on the goal to become a valued business partner by providing innovative and strategic Internet marketing solutions to clients of all sizes. The Internet marketing firm currently develops revolutionary SEO and PPC management campaigns for firms in a wide range of industries across the United States.

"With the new search options available by Google's launch of SearchWiki, it is more important than ever for businesses to partner with professional SEO experts to create effective online marketing strategies. By providing excellent web content and focusing on conversion metrics, our customized Internet marketing campaigns have garnered outstanding results for our clients," said Aaron Wittersheim, President of Whoast.

In the past, search engine results were strictly organically ranked by key word relevance. However, the dynamic industry of Internet marketing is evolving yet again with the addition of Google's new SearchWiki tool. SearchWiki allows users who are logged into their Google accounts the flexibility to customize their own search results by rearranging, adding and even removing URL listings. Additionally, users can leave comments on specific search result links for later reference. The modifications selected will continue to be displayed every time the user searches for the same key words in the future, and the customized search engine options are saved in users' individual Google accounts.

Although the changes that users make will only affect their own key word searches, users also have the ability to see how others have collectively edited the same search results. By selecting the link labeled "See all notes for this SearchWiki," users can view how other people have rearranged, edited and commented on various search result links. It is expected that Google will be monitoring the search result modifications that its users select and might possibly even use the data collected in the future to increase the relevancy of its traditional, unedited search results.

"Whoast continues to maintain a competitive edge for our clients by closely monitoring Internet marketing trends and providing the most innovative SEO solutions. By developing online marketing strategies that actually complement SearchWiki, our clients have experienced unprecedented results in Internet traffic and overall lead generation," said Wittersheim.

About Whoast: The Chicago-based search engine marketing firm, Whoast, Inc. (http://www.whoast.com), develops cost-effective SEO and PPC campaigns for clients of all sizes across the United States. By focusing on conversion metrics, the online marketing firm helps its clients achieve maximum Web presence through a variety of innovative, customized Internet marketing techniques.

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    Aaron Wittersheim
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    312-492-8315
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