Why Do We Do It?
We have the power to do this: Connect a Mom and Pop business with people in their community who are looking for their services. It’s a win-win. What could be cooler than that?
On another scale, we have the power to do this: Help managers of a corporation see their way through the forest of confusion surrounding digital marketing – with a plan that makes sense and has results they can measure. We serve as path-finders and guides. Again, what could be more fun?
We love what we do.
We have skills in search engine marketing. Because of these skills, we get to connect businesses with the right audience . . . and we get to connect people who are out there searching to the right businesses. And that’s pretty satisfying.
How Can it Help Me?
If done right, search marketing helps your bottom line. Our simple formula is: Traffic + Conversion = Revenue.
And just how do we get traffic to your web site and have a great conversion rate? That’s where it gets interesting. We have a broad menu of tools that includes:
- Social Media
- Content Creation
- Lead Nurturing
- Paid Search (PPC, CPC, etc.)
- Organic Search (SEO)
- "Our agency has worked with numerous development teams, but has never worked with one that is more professional, knowledgeable, and able to deliver results in a timely matter. Your team is a key catalyst with our company's growth "Mike Haley
- "I have worked with Kha Creation team for last 4 years and it has been wonderful. The team is very professional and competent. They have been very communicative when working on projects and I didn’t have to keep track of progress because they would keep me informed on regular basis. I would highly recommend working with the team for any Web development and site maintenance."Vishal Kalia
What Kind of Search Marketing is Right for Me?
The short answer is: “All of the above”, because of the compounding benefits in participating in all the activities listed above.
But, from there, we like to customize. An example is social media. A software development company may have great results with LinkedIn, while a restaurant may do best with Facebook. A discount travel site may want to emphasize Twitter, in order to give live updates to their customers.
Other important questions are: What level of paid search budget should you “test the waters” with? What kind of content will wow your web visitors?
Over the years, we’ve found that the best way to answer all these questions is by getting to know you. We learn about your company, the resources available within your staff, and your target audience. Once we do this, we can then make informed choices and create the right mix of options for you.