our capabilities: Search Engine Optimization

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the art/science of making your web presence as useful and attractive to search engines as possible. When done properly, SEO means more (and more qualified) Internet searchers land on your site instead of the competition. Part copywriting, part web development, part analysis, and part nerd, SEO is easy to attempt, but difficult to master.

At Brighton we understand SEO best practices and pride ourselves on using ethical, "white-hat" tactics. We offer the following SEO services to improve organic search traffic:

  • SEO Site Review and Competitive Analysis
  • Comprehensive Keyword Research
  • Onsite Optimization
  • Link Building
  • Content Creation
  • Directory Submissions
  • Rankings Reports

There are a couple of important things to note before getting started:

  1. Listings aren't permanent, so it's vital to continue to monitor rankings and update content to ensure keyword rankings.
  2. SEO takes time. If you need highly targeted traffic immediately, Brighton can help by setting up and managing Pay Per Click Advertising.

Brighton Agency is located in St. Louis, Missouri and has a full service interactive department. We offer consultation services on Search Engine Optimization as well as experience in integrating SEO efforts with additional online marketing campaigns.

If these services are something you would like more information on, contact Brighton today!

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Back to the Good Ole Days™

By Jerry Gennaria on May 28, 2013 in Interactive Marketing

A couple of weeks ago news of Amy’s Baking Company, a Scottsdale, Ariz. restaurant, broke as the owners showed the world what not to do when it comes to social media.


What’s new in social?

By Stephanie Bishop on March 12, 2013 in Interactive Marketing

If you work within the digital industry, you know that platforms and networks are constantly evolving, especially when it comes to social media.

Within the last few days alone, there have been at least two fairly significant social media platform changes – I’m talking about Facebook’s News Feed and Pinterest’s Web Analytics.

First things first,