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If you think of your website as a storefront, using an SEO company like Wikimotive is how you pave the road right to your front door.

SEO is simply the most affordable way to expose your business to the world at large. Whether you’re looking for a small business SEO company, an enterprise SEO agency, or anything in between, Wikimotive is your best bet to ensure you get to the top of page 1 for the terms your customers are searching for.

Here at Wikimotive, we’ve been breaking new ground as a search engine optimization company since the Internet was nothing more than a gleam in Al Gore’s eye. We’ve studied hard to be the best, and we have experts in all of the fields that a digital marketing company needs, including social media, keyword analysis, link building, content management, website design, and everything else it takes to succeed in today’s competitive digital marketplace.

Don’t let your competitors steal your business. Don’t go with an SEO company that’s going to use black hat techniques, take your money for a nebulous return, or worse. SEO is about more than just traffic, it’s often times the way people first discover your brand. If it’s done poorly, you’ll leave a bad impression. If it’s done well, you can start people off right, and nothing’s more important than a good first impression.

It’s not just about SEO, either. With our social media service, we help you engage with your userbase and grow the goodwill towards your brand. Social media is the future of advertising, a critical piece of the digital marketing puzzle, and our social media marketing solution provides everything your company needs to be a success.

Our slogan is “No Contracts, No Commitments, Just Results” and we stand by it 100%. We deliver increases you can see, reports you can read, and results you can measure.


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Wikimotive’s Erin Ryan Talks Automotive Social Media Campaigns on MarketPunch Podcast

From: Wikimotive's Blog
Author: Mark Frost
April 18, 2014

After getting word of an incredible social media campaign called #CatMode, run by Jason Stum of LaFontaine Automotive Group, Wikimotive’s Erin Ryan jumped into action and sparked up conversation with Jason around automotive social media.
One thing led to another and she ended up being honored with a guest spot on Stum’s automotive marketing podcast, MarketPunch.

And while one of the big topics of discussion for the episode was LaFontaine’s incredible campaign–in which they replaced their inventory of cars with adoptable cats from the local Humane Society–the biggest topic was what it takes to run a successful social media campaign.
Before beginning the #CatMode campaign, Stum created what he calls “the 5 P’s,” a guide of sorts that steps you through

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Microsoft and Bing Moving to Keyword (Not Provided)

From: Wikimotive's Blog
Author: Timothy Martell
December 03, 2013

There’s been a lot of talk recently about the keyword (not provided) ordeal that has been increasingly plaguing users of Google Analytics. Pretty much every single blog that talks about digital marketing (including this one) has had multiple articles about not provided and what it may mean. Of all the suggested workarounds, one of the more popular was to start relying on Bing Webmaster Tools for the data. Sure, the search volume was less than Google, but you could take what volume there was and extrapolate it to get a pretty clear picture of what keywords were working for you.
Well, it was nice while it lasted, but now Microsoft and Bing are joining Google in the keyword (not provided) world.

This is

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