Driving Traffic to Your Website!
Driving Web Traffic means delivering! Delivering significant volumes of prospective buyers to your company’s website. "Prospective buyers" because they used search words highly relevant to your company’s products and services. Simply increasing web traffic will not cut it!... more
Driving Web traffic means measuring! Measuring and reporting what is happening at your web site daily! "What gets measured, gets done!"... more
Increasing Web Traffic means being committed! Utilizing the tools and techniques of SEO, delivering increasing amounts of relevant content, service, and support via your company website... more
Increasing Web Traffic means having a website that is effective! A website’s effectiveness we define as "the ability of the website to 'convert' visitors into either buyers or identified active prospects" and we measure it!... more
Finally, increasing Web Traffic does not mean you need to hire a firm like ours to do it all for you! If you have a good in-house webmaster or have one available, we can provide consulting services (U-Drive-It plan) that will save your company many thousands of dollars... more
Visitors to our website have increased steadily from about 2,500 per year in 2002 to over 50,000 per year today. That web traffic has translated into sales.
Christopher J. Cleary V.P.
Clearco Products Co., Inc.
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Run, NASCAR, don't walk, back to the drawing board to figure out how to liven up racing. The rules package used for the Brickyard 400 was a failure no matter how the race is dissected. The high-drag aerodynamic package was supposed to improve passing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
NASCAR's hottest driver kept his cool on Sunday. Kyle Busch outdueled Joey Logano and Kevin Harvick on each of the last three restarts, fended off a last-lap challenge from Logano and finally overcame Indianapolis' searing humidity to win his first Brickyard 400 after running four more laps than scheduled. The victory came one day after Busch was so dehydrated he struggled to stand when accepting the race trophy for his Xfinity Series win.
Jeff Gordon slid into the No. 24 for the final time at Indy with a car more fit for a junkyard than the Brickyard. Gordon's career at the track spanned from first-to-almost worst as NASCAR's only five-time winner at the Brickyard limped to a 42nd-place finish on Sunday. It was the first stop of a farewell tour this week that had earmarked victory lane as the final destination.