Chicago, IL, February 09, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Whoast, Inc., one of Chicago’s leading Internet marketing firms, today announced a range of new system upgrades and enhancements for 2006 designed to further raise its clients’ visibility on the Web via advanced search engine optimization (SEO) strategies and pay-per-click (PPC) technologies.
According to Aaron Wittersheim, president of Whoast, recent additions to the company’s systems include advanced software designed to automate the creation and monitoring of clients’ PPC bid prices versus those of competitors, helping the firm ensure its clients enjoy the highest rankings on major search engines like Google, Yahoo and MSN while paying a very competitive cost -per-click (CPC). The software has the ability to manage millions of client keywords, providing detailed reports that assist Whoast in assessing the daily and long-term performance of individual keywords. Clients can also access those reports using a new backend client manager.
“Unlike Web design firms that typically provide search marketing as an add-on, incidental service, Whoast’s primary focus is search engine optimization and sales generation for our clients,” Wittersheim said. “We also have the ability to implement large Web analytics applications to track and improve sales leads and conversions. Our new software, matched with a dedicated, full-time PPC team, represents a real competitive advantage for companies seeking a more robust, cutting-edge Internet presence.”
Whoast also announced a new relationship with an IT infrastructure management provider, Chicago-based Worknet, Inc. Whoast named Worknet to house its servers, as well as its Web, e-mail and database systems. According to Wittersheim, Worknet and its redundant infrastructure help protect against downtime due to power failures, fire and other eventualities.
In addition, Whoast has partnered with UbiStor, Inc. to provide nightly network backup for all of its clients' online data.
“Our clients count on us to protect their data and to be up and running,” Wittersheim said. “It’s just not acceptable to be out of commission, even in the event of an emergency. Our new alliances give us a strong, solid and safe home for our datacenter operations, as well as regular, reliable backups for added data security.”
Wittersheim also said Whoast has tapped Duffy Design Works, a full-service graphic design studio, to provide design services and develop strategic marketing solutions for the firm’s clients.
Headquartered in St. Charles, Illinois, Whoast was founded in 2003 to provide strategic Web services for companies of all sizes. The firm provides search engine marketing, creative design and technology solutions. For more information, visit www.whoast.com
2400 E Main St., Ste. 103
St. Charles, IL 60175