SEO Tip of the Month

  • By Commercial Web Services
  • 13 Sep, 2012
 It may sound like common sense, but people searching for your business on the internet locally are going to convert to a sale faster than someone searching across the country.  Take advantage of these high conversion searches.
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Meet one of our Featured Dealers: Ahearn Equipment!

  • By Commercial Web Services
  • 12 Sep, 2012
Ahearn Equipment understands the value of keeping an up-to-date website that accurately represents their brick-and-mortar business. We want to recognize this dealership for taking the extra time to really use the product the way it is meant.
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Bobcat Launches Multi-Platform Social Media Efforts

  • By Commercial Web Services
  • 06 Sep, 2012
“Bobcat launched its social media efforts yesterday on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and Flickr. Bobcat has had an established YouTube video channel for several years. This multi-channel approach allows Bobcat to inform and interact with customers in more ways. Bobcat’s Facebook page allows customers.
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What Makes Good Website Content?

  • By Commercial Web Services
  • 23 Aug, 2012
In SEO and online marketing there is a common phrase, “Content is King.” This is because Google, Yahoo!/Bing and the other search engines are putting more emphasis in their algorithms on the amount of original content that.
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SEO Tip: Resist the Urge to Copy and Paste!

  • By Commercial Web Services
  • 13 Aug, 2012
In SEO we often stress the importance of adding original content to your website. Having unique content has always been an important factor in ranking well within the Search Engines, but now more than ever, having content directly copied.
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Google Personalizes Search Results

  • By Commercial Web Services
  • 17 Jul, 2012
So what does this mean for your dealership’s website?  Google has  introduced a new concept of personalized search results, which means every user will see different results for the same search, if they are logged in to their Google.
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