Your SEO Secret Explains How Long Press Release Services Should Be Used

July 10, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Your SEO Secret, based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, has explained how long businesses need to do press releases to obtain measurable results. They want point out that this will depend on a number of factors, such as the age of the company; how much advertising they’ve already done, and the extent to which their ads have generated authority; how well known is their business name; and what they believe they “need” to achieve. The company is a provider of press release services to web design agencies (WDA) and web development companies (WDC). They point out that there are three major benefits from using press releases: lead generation; name recognition and establishment of authority; and SEO benefits. When to stop using PRs would depend on whether the business believes has already sufficiently achieved such objectives.

An important benefit of using press releases is lead generation because it has the potential to boost the business’ number of customers. This is because people who may be interested in the product or service of the business often read the news, which means there is a strong possibility that they will get to read the press releases regarding the company and its products or services. And the longer a press release campaign goes on, the more intense will be the effect on the number of potential customers who get to know the company and its services.

Will Kenderdine, a representative for Your SEO Secret, says, “We are a digital marketing agency that offers PR services that can help with your SEO efforts. In addition, we also provide software prototyping, web design, web strategy and planning, usability testing, and web development. For online businesses, our press release services can help in better name recognition and establishing authority. This is to be expected because the client’s name and business are mentioned in the PR and this is distributed to a broad range of high authority sites, in fact, we shared importing insights about that in our previous press release.”

Aside from PR services, also provides a number of SEO services. These include Google Maps / Google My Business ranking, paid search, business directory citation, search engine optimization, and content marketing. Clients may also want to benefit from the expertise of the Your SEO Secret team in establishing a customized web strategy. This includes a long-term strategic plan on how to develop and maintain an online presence that complies with the business’ development strategy.

And with regards to the development of the right web strategy for a specific business, this will be customized such that it may be able to provide the best fit for the business’ current needs, long-term targets, and maturity. This web strategy will have three primary components: the user, the business, and the tools. It will take into consideration various topics such as how to align the business’ website to its corporate targets; how to spend the business’ marketing resources; how to measure the return of investment on their marketing expenses; what future technologies need to be investigated for possible use in the future; how to prioritize projects; and what customers think about the online site.

And, of course, there is content management. Your SEO Secret writers will be collaborating with the WDA or WDC team to create the content and/or videos that are required for their clients’ SEO and marketing strategies.

People who would like to know more about the PR services and SEO services provided by Your SEO Secret may want to visit their website or contact them on the telephone or through email. They are open from Monday to Thursday, from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, and from Friday to Saturday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.


For more information about Your SEO Secret, contact the company here:

Your SEO Secret
Will Kenderdine
698 Springdell Road, 2nd floor office, King of Prussia, PA 19406

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