Current Search Engine Optimization & Internet Marketing Services offered by AS Designs & Services LLC
Advanced SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Packages
- Blog Website Setup & Integration – Includes Blog SEO Pack
- Advanced Search Engine Optimization (SEO) – Setup includes Google Analytics
- Advanced Search Engine Optimization (SEO) – Monthly SEO Management
- Newsletter & Mailinglist Setup & Design
- Newsletter & Mailinglist Management & Sendout per issue (Monthly)
- PPC Campaign Setup
- PPC Campaign Management
- Video Setup & Install (YouTube, Vimeo and others)
Individual SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Services
- 3 Page Formal Marketing & Keyword Analysis
- Link Building
- Press Release
- Article Submission/Article Writing
- Blog Submissions/Writing
- Directory Submission
- Social Media Optimization
It wasn’t long ago that video was very uncommon on websites and on the internet in general. Today, user’s computers and internet connections are video-capable unlike the technology of the recent past. Video is fast becoming a standard for websites. Now video can become a great addition to your online business strategies, if it is executed properly.
We are now proud to offer in house video production services for the web.
BASIC VIDEO PACKAGE: $695
Our basic video package includes the following:
- One hour on-site video shoot (includes consultation, setup and filming)
- Three hours editing
- Logo & web address placement throughout Video
- Video Formatted for Web
- Video uploaded and submitted to YouTube, Vimeo, Google and other relevant sites.
- Video optimized for web and embedded in website
* It is recommended all necessary setup for video shoot be completed prior to videographers scheduled appointment
* Additional filming & editing services are subject to hourly rates
Media kits or Sales kits are a good way to get free priceless exposure for your business. Once you have the key elements to the kit you can send out with ease to all of the local and national media agencies and/or reporters. It only takes one good source to publish an article to get huge instant results as well as permanent link building opportunities. These guidelines are basic steps for executing a successful medit/sales kit.
Brochures and/or PPT presentation
Brochures and Microsoft PowerPoint (PPT) presentations are an important addition to a media kit.
The brochure is also unique, attractive and it sets the tone for the brand image as a modern, relevant and thriving organization/company.
It is recommended that Microsoft PowerPoint (PPT) presentation is included as a hard copy and on a CD.
In addition to placing the news release and business card on the left side of the media kit folder, other parts of the kit should stand out. It can be a good idea to color code and layer sections by, for example, putting the news release on light blue paper and the fact sheet on pink.
Provide photos on a CD so they can be easily transferred into the agency/reporter’s story or publication. JPEG files are the most universal and can also be used on-line.
Fact sheets provide basic information about the company and its programs/products/services (pricing can be included if applicable to business strategies).
List of Articles
If the company has a good track record with the media—for example, members have been interviewed by the media or the company has been featured in various news publications—other media may want to cover the company as well. Include a list of articles and the publications in which they appeared. If listing TV and radio appearances, list the program’s name, date, and any favorable quotes the interviewer might have said. If citing newspaper articles, list the name of the publication, the date it ran, and include a copy of the article.
Include a business card so agencies/reporters can reach the contact person if they need more information. Insert it in the pre-cut business card slot of the folder, or attach it to the left pocket. Also, put contact information on every piece that goes into the media kit. Some of the contents of the kit could get separated, or maybe even thrown out.
In addition to including hard copies of news releases and fact sheets, consider placing these documents on a CD. Agencies/reporters can look over the hard copies but if they want to use text from any of them, they can take it right from the CD.
*On a side note- this can be done with basic program and design experience however, having some of these steps executed by a professional designer is highly recommended.