(PRWEB) July 31, 2011
SEO Consult®, leading search engine optimisation specialists, have announced they are set to review the role of their social media marketing services in light of the recent Google+ developments.
The new social network launched by Google last month has contributed to the rising demand for social media marketing as a search marketing service. In order to maximise the success of every project, SEO Consult® offer their clients a service that is up-to-date with the latest social media developments, which is why they have decided to conduct a new review of their social media marketing services.
Recent surveys conducted within the search marketing community suggest that social media share data is going to become an increasingly strong signal used by search engines to determine the quality of a website. SEO Consult® are looking to ensure that this opportunity is maximised for their clients’ internet marketing campaigns to bring the best possible results and ROI.
Although the Google+ network has not yet enabled business profiles, the research and development team at SEO Consult® have already begun investigating the potential that Google's social network could offer to companies. They are also focused on the further development of services currently offered, which focuses on developing a presence on already established social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
"We always attempted to be ahead of the curve when it comes to Social Media marketing strategies, and due to the increased client interest about this service recently, we feel it's only right that we conduct a review to guarantee we are ready for the next step in this fast-moving industry," said Matt Bullas, managing director of SEO Consult®. "Although Google+ is still in an advanced testing phase, our research and development team have been using the service for a number of weeks already and are determining where the value is for businesses. Of course we remain focused on developing the campaigns we run on Facebook and Twitter, but in order to ensure our clients receive the best possible service, we must be constantly looking for ways to improve."