|By PR Newswire||
|March 26, 2014 07:14 AM EDT||
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho, March 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Netmark, the award winning and highly recognized internet marketing agency, is pleased to announce that they are growing their business and company in new directions adding new emphasis to their Pay-Per-Click Management and content marketing services. Netmark offers a large variety of different internet marketing services, including Search Engine Optimization – which has traditionally been their most popular and strongest service, Pay-Per-Click Management, Social Media Marketing, Conversion Rate Optimization, and Reputation Management.
Netmark has always offered Pay-Per-Click Management services and content marketing services, however in the past few years Netmark has pushed into and dominated the Search Engine Optimization industry while not looking for new ways to expand their Pay-Per-Click Management service. With new software developed to assist in the Search Engine Optimization services, Netmark has started to develop and will soon be ready to release new software specifically for Pay-Per-Click advertising. This new software will be primarily targeted to increase Pay-Per-Click advertising revenue of their clients, as well as identify key areas in which their ads and campaigns can be improved to maximize profitability. The backbone and one of the key features of the new Pay-Per-Click advertising software being developed by Netmark is incorporating the mathematic lifetime value proof discovered by Netmark's CEO, Josh Dalton.
With this renewed focus on Pay-Per-Click Management services, Netmark has expanded their content marketing department. Netmark has always employed some of the best writers, marketers, and advertisers in the internet marketing industry. Now, with the growing demand of search engines for new, creative, and unique content, as well as the need to have simple, eye-catching Pay-Per-Click ads, Netmark has expanded their content team to answer the specific and individual needs and demands of the different industries as well as to fit the different businesses of their clients.
Netmark knows that it is important to be always expanding into new territories to stay at the forefront of the internet marketing industry. In 2013 Netmark published a series of market research studies that identified key areas correlating to strong rankings in the search engines, and using the same proprietary software Netmark is embarking further into the Pay-Per-Click advertising industry.
Netmark is located in Idaho Falls, Idaho, and continues to grow. Netmark has been awarded numerous awards and recognitions from topseos.com. Netmark is accepting new clients and new consultations with other marketing firms.
Media Contact: John Broadbent, Netmark, 208-522-1016, [email protected]
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