Quick Summary: Johannes Luley hired us after a bad experience with a previous SEO firm. When he fired them, they reversed all of the work they did for him over the course of a year. We fixed all of the poor work the previous firm did and revamped his website to more prominently feature his Grammy award involvement and built his rankings and website traffic to get him more recording studio gigs.
The Challenge: To fix the damage done by a previous SEO company. To remodel his website to be more attractive and convert more visitors into leads. To build up his local maps and organic search rankings to increase traffic to his website and get more people to fill out his contact form and call his office line.
Summary: When Cathe, the founder of ERLG first hired us, the law firm had an outdated website and couldn’t be found on Google, Bing or Yahoo for any search term, even when searching for it by name. We built them a new website, added a blog, wrote content, built citations and links, issued a press release and optimized their social media and directory profiles. Now they have 85 #1 rankings and 175 top-10 rankings. They get 3300% more website traffic and 8x the number of phone calls per month.
The Challenge: To build a modern, personable and clean website and increase their rankings to generate more phone calls and email leads. Adding to the challenge is the fact that their primary competition is Gloria Allred, one of the most famous employment attorneys in the world.
Quick Summary:When Tom, the owner of West Coast Tire hired us, they were suffering from two consecutive years of declining sales. They had been relying on old methods of print marketing that was no longer working. Their competition had a big head start and had clearly invested time and money into their SEO. West Coast Tire had very few search rankings for a business with a 40-year history.
The Challenge: To increase their search rankings in the local and organic results to deliver more phone calls for tire sales and auto repair. To make the challenge more interesting, their competition had spent years working their online marketing and had a significant head start. To make it even more challenging, West Coast Tire had never done any SEO work.
Quick Summary: Dr. Khanideh and her husband, Dr. Pouyan, purchased an existing practice in Santa Monica and hired us to build them a website and increase their rankings. Their market in this affluent beach community is highly competitive and they didn’t even have a website. We start all campaigns with keyword research and a competitor analysis. We began work by building them an attractive, simple and modern website with great and relevant content. Then we built citations and backlinks, and encouraged them to get as many reviews as possible. It took about a year and now they have a strong presence in their local market.
The Challenge: To increase their search rankings in the local and organic results to deliver more phone calls for family dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, dental implants and orthodontic care.
Quick Summary: Dr. Hoff’s optometry practice is located on the busy Abbot Kinney Blvd in Venice, CA. This is a very affluent area, with a lot of competition. There are 13 optometrist listings within just 4 miles of Dr. Hoff’s practice! As we always do, we started the campaign with keyword research and competitor analysis. We also updated his old, outdated website design with a modern and attractive design. Finally, we built out citations and backlinks, and explained the importance of reviews and how to get patients to write more of them.
The Challenge: To increase their search rankings in both local and organic results, thereby driving more patients to the practice.
Quick Summary: When we met Harold, his business was dying (actual words from him). He said “Do you know anything about websites?” and we said “We sure do”. Within 6 months, Harold’s business was thriving again. Within a year, he was the top aquarium company in Los Angeles.
The Challenge: To build a new website that featured his beautiful aquarium work and build up his search rankings in the maps and organic sections of Google, Bing, and Yahoo.
Quick Summary: When we met Dr. Andrea Bradshaw, the founder of three holistic medicine locations, her business was nearly invisible online. Her website was outdated and did not function properly. Dr. Bradshaw wanted a more modern, simple and elegant website. She also wanted to be able to sell packages of services on her website using Paypal. We built a new website and added packaged specials. We simultaneously corrected and built up her citations to increase her local and organic search results and website traffic. Within 6 months, her three locations had 175% better call volume and the number of new patients increased by 270%.
The Challenge: To build a new, modern and elegant website that would attract more customers. To increase their search rankings, website traffic, call volume and new customer appointments. To clean up and unify their social media profiles for their 3 office locations.
Quick Summary: Bryan Angstman, the founder of Naturally Green Cleaning, had an outdated website. He wanted more high-end customers who appreciate that he makes his own cleaning formulas and are willing to pay more for a healthier home. We built a new WordPress website based on a theme he chose. We optimized all of his social media profiles and we built up his search rankings. The results were dramatic. His rankings soared by over 2,000% and his traffic and phone call volume from higher-income customers increased dramatically. We did it all on a tight budget.
The Challenge: To build a new website that would attract and convert more high-income visitors into customers. To expand his carpet cleaning services to more profitable services such as Rug and Furniture cleaning. To increase his search rankings in the local and maps and increase his website traffic and phone call and form fill volume.
Quick Summary: The founder of QuickTally, Alan Warshaw, started his audience response system company over 30 years ago, picking up clients such as “America’s Funniest Home Videos” along the way. Times were very different then. With the advent of the internet, mobile devices and applications took over the ARS world, leaving QuickTally scrambling to get more business.
The Challenge: To increase slipping search rankings in a shrinking market.
Quick Summary: Harmony Insurance Services is owned by Susan Fujimoto. Susan is a fantastic business owner and found us on the Nextdoor platform where we found out we were neighbors. Susan needed new customers during the federal health insurance open-enrollment period, which was just months away. We immediately began correcting conflicting citation information and optimized her website for search and conversions. Within 4 months, Harmony’s rankings surged and Susan had a profitable open-enrollment period. We continue to do her online marketing on a month-to-month basis.
The Challenge: To quickly rebuild and modernize her website to include new services and attract search rankings and convert visitors in the upcoming open-enrollment period. To increase her market share in a very competitive market with a very low budget.
Quick Summary: Full disclosure: Tech Studio is owned by Robert Portillo, the founder of Nimbus Marketing. Tech Studio was once located on world-famous Abbot Kinney for almost 5 years. When their rent was raised from $1,000 per month, to $10,0000 per month, they had to move. The move reduced their foot traffic and walk-in customer base by 100%. Quick wins were needed to replace the walk-in customers. Their new location had no signage or foot traffic so their search rankings became crucial.
Nimbus Marketing immediately started correcting and building citations. Top rankings and new repair check-ins skyrocketed quickly. We were so successful, that we put the two top competitors out of business, founded 10 and 14 years ago respectively. We know, because one of the competitor’s owner told us that his business nearly disappeared when Tech Studio moved into the new location ½ a mile away.
The Challenge: To restore computer repair checkins lost when Tech Studio moved from a location with extremely heavy foot traffic to a residential side-street in a strip mall.