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Web Design • Google Business Marketing •

Should you hire some web designer to build a website - just to tell everyone how great you are with a blog full of marketing garbage no one wants to read? No. This is a new year. I have a better way of dealing with Google rankings and search engine optimization for business.

I'm a website designer but, more importantly, I'm an innovator who actually thinks outside the box to assist my customers with growing their businesses. I don't even care to write pages about myself that are full of words that Google search will pick up on. That's a tired gimmick! Content stuffing, writing pages of marketing crap...it gets to be insane! I've been doing this work for 18 years. Once more, I'm changing my approach with the times - which is why you are seeing this page in search. That's what an entrepreneur does. I get up each day and work to actually help my customers. You want results for your money. Let me ask you this; When searching for web designers near me, do you want someone to help you do more business through Google (who actually has a solid reputation), or do you want someone to create pretty little pixels to your specifications that basically get nothing done to improve your bottom line? If you want real results, let's do some business. Call me today for real help and develop a far superior online presence quickly and affordably. 301-355-0805.

Web design in Maryland: Baltimore, Frederick, Hagerstown, Thurmont, Hancock, Owings Mills, Bel Air, Ellicott City, Reisterstown, Dundalk, Germantown, Annapolis, Rockville, Shady Grove, Gaithersburg, Lanham, Dickerson, Damascus, Myersville, Middletown, Smithsburg, White Hall.

Web design in Pennsylvania: Waynesboro, Gettysburg, Chambersburg, Hershey, Harrisburg, Mechanicsburg, Greencastle, York, Reading, Bethlehem, Scranton, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Allentown.

Web design for Virginia: Staunton, Roanoke, Richmond, Newport News, Pulaski, Marion, Bristol, Alexandria, Abingdon, Winchester, Berryville, Leesburg.

I also offer web design to Kentucky, California, New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Maine, Minnesota, the heartland of America, and the USA.

Who hires me for web design? cigar retailers • pipe manufacturers • furriers • restaurants • pharmacies • retail stores • furniture markets • opticians • insurance agencies • real estate agencies • tax preparers • mechanics • landscaping companies • locksmiths • medical laboratories • government tech contractors • deck companies • painters • car rental agencies • law offices • chiropractic centers • construction companies • contractors • podiatrists • pubs • portfolio investment agencies • title companies • chefs • DJs • photographers • manufacturing companies • educators • famous comedians • online retailers • home inspectors • consulting firms • automotive dealers • home care providers • interior designers • plumbing companies • staffing agencies • daycare providers • HVAC companies • consignment shops • printing companies • ice cream parlors • antique shops • and more!

Need a website design that appears in more top search results? Call me at 301-355-0805. I also offer Google business marketing and search engine optimization services for low monthly fees.

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Setup and Build an Online Store •

I've helped many business owners to get more visits and much more in sales by adding e-commerce to their website. When I began working for Davidus Cigars, they had 4 store locations. Now, after 5 years of strong growth, they have 11 stores throughout the Maryland area and sell thousands of dollars in products per month online without paying Google a dime in promotional money. Isn't it time your brick and mortar store did better? Take a look at this page for an example or visit http://webdesign.randytuggle.com/

http://www.davidus.com/cigars.html#!/Davidus-Cigars-20th-Anniversary-Limited-Edition-by-Davidoff/p/62917573/category=18327398

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The Website Is A Dead Concept •

Years ago, having a website design actually meant something. Everyone wanted to share information and get noticed in search results. Building a website was the only way to join the digital revolution. Search engines were the equivalent of using the card catalog at your public library. If you wanted to find something to read related to any topic of study, the mighty search engine was your tool of choice. This was a great thing in the latter part of the 20th century. Now that it's 2017, things have really changed.

No longer must one create a static website design in order to publish content. You can write a blog or use social media. Build a following and write whatever your heart desires.

With so many creating blogs for marketing their products, this stupid concept is akin to walking through your public library and seeing print ads for books placed along the shelves in each aisle. When someone blogs in order to drive traffic to their website, the only reason they feel compelled to do so is because they limit their website's actual content in lieu of design. They feel they must create more pages of content (outside the navigation structure) in order to win the battle of search engine rankings. Whenever you stumble upon a blog that is advertising a service, I highly doubt you click the hyperlinks within it and trust the website you are driven to. People tend to trust items that appear in the top organic results of Google - and then act quickly toward making any decision to do business.

It's 2017. Your blog is dead. No one cares how many keywords you cram into it.

So what can a business do today? If marketing through blogs is dead, is social media the only answer? No. People have taken to social media in a last gasp attempt at driving people to their websites. Congrats, you marketing boneheads on Twitter. This hurts your reputation. Remember, viewers are there to escape Google AdWords and those stupid blogs appearing in search. People believe most information from friends and networks of those they trust. Social media is best for brief discussion, not marketing. So, now what?

Google is your best friend. Go back to what I stated in the beginning. You want to have real content online. You still (as like back in the 20th century) want to get noticed. Google is the only place to get your business noticed. Why? Because when people need to find a business, they trust in local search results without questioning a thing. Google does the local results thing better than anyone. How can your business get to the top of these results? Stop the bad marketing. Stop wasting your precious time on Facebook and Twitter. Concentrate on the obvious. What, exactly, is the obvious? You're looking at it. The content that you publish online matters.

Want to read more on this topic? http://memeburn.com/2015/02/david-sable-digital-is-everything-but-not-everything-is-digital-iab-sa-digital-summit/

"I believe that we should be changing the world with technology...the trouble is we're not". Those were among the opening words from Young & Rubicam Gl
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Boost Your Website and Google Ranking •

Have you ever thought about the endless amount of time people spend on stuffing their website designs with content and images, just to be ignored by the next Google search update? Maybe it's time you chose a different approach to Google SEO. Maybe your website isn't designed so poorly after all...

There are dozens, if not hundreds, of great programs out there to build a website and everyone even remotely into web design has tried more than their fair share of these. If everyone is using the same things to design websites, where does that leave Google to differentiate which one is the better website design? How can you overcome this issue and get a top ranking for your own product or service offering?

You're looking at the solution. Bet you didn't see this coming, did you? The best way to market your business is right before your eyes; Google+. It isn't the easiest thing to do for some, but having a strong presence in Google will definitely get your content ranking higher and will also give a large boost to your business within the Google 3-pack in local search results for your given area.

How does one use such a thing as Google+ to accomplish this? Call me for a free consultation. 301-355-0805. http://webdesign.randytuggle.com/
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