Timing is everything, right?
Something that’s an awesome idea one minute, could be a horrendous one the next.
Certain businesses are cyclical by nature, and some industries die almost as quickly as they are born, but here’s why I love being an internet marketing company.
Almost Every Company Has A Crappy Website
I don’t know why. In my circles this stuff is common sense. But it seems like a whole bunch of companies got redesigns, or paid for some SEO work in like, 2002 — and haven’t done anything since.
Well guess what?
This is a whole new digi-world we’re seeing now. Especially in terms of visibility and search engine marketing. In those days, so few people (including Google) knew what they were doing that anybody with a little knowledge of HTML and some common sense could get ranked on the engines.
I mean, sheesh, the WORD “Social Media” didn’t even exist back then, and Facebook was but a twinkle in Mark Zuckerberg’s eye.
Stuff’s changed so much so fast that small and medium-sized companies are having trouble keeping up.
Why This Is Great News For Me
Because I get to help them fix it!
I absolutely love this work. There are few things I enjoy more than strategizing, researching, putting together a good plan, and executing it for explosive, measurable results.
I guess the money’s okay, too 🙂
Here’s What You Should Do
If you’re a company whose website sucks, get somebody to fix it for you. If you don’t know anybody off the top of your head, feel free to email me (I’m Chris, btw).
chris [at] seobywebmechanix.com
I’ll get on a call with you, we can go over your site, and I’ll tell you what I think you should do.
If you’re a smart person stuck in some dead-end job or some dying industry, go get a job at an digital marketing company in Baltimore!
We’re hiring. Check out some of our open internet marketing jobs near Baltimore
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