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ServicePro.net Now Offers Website Design and Content Management

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The ServicePro.net announced the addition of their website services to the list of business solutions being offered to the pest management industry.

| May 27, 2011

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The ServicePro.net, developers of ServSuite.net and ServBasic, announced the addition of their website services to the list of business solutions being offered to pest management and service industry professionals. Although the company has been providing this service to their current clients for more than two years now, ServicePro.net has made the decision to offer their website and online marketing management services to the rest of the pest management and service industry.

Having its start from a lawn care and pest control company, ServicePro.net knows exactly how important it is to be visible on the World Wide Web. This, plus its current foundation of information technology, makes it a natural progression for the company to start offering website design and maintenance, domain management, SEO optimization, Google Analytics, content management and other services specifically for pest management and service companies. There are packages and a la carte services available for businesses that want a new website, want to improve the performance and ranking of their website or just don’t want to bother with the hassles of managing an existing website (outsource the process to a trusted partner). This new addition to the ServicePro.net’s line up of products and services brings the company one step closer to becoming a full business solutions partner for those in the pest management and service industry.

The announcement also comes at a time when recent studies show the importance of having a strong online presence for businesses. Studies have shown that of the estimated 311 million people living in the United States (US Census Bureau, May 2011), more than half are adult internet users (Blogher, April 2011, Pew Research, May 2010). Pew Research Center’s May 2010 study found that approximately eighty-seven percent of these adult internet users are using their time on the internet to search and research products, services and businesses. What has fast become a realization for most businesses is that Google and other search engines are now considered the new Yellow Pages. Jim Jansen, Senior Fellow at Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, September 2010, stated, “Many Americans begin their purchasing experience by doing online research to compare prices, quality, and the review of other shoppers.” This also holds true for comparison shopping between businesses.

As more and more businesses realize the importance to having a website, a blog, a Facebook or Twitter page and appearing on the first page of a Google search, there is a bigger need to have companies like ServicePro.net who focuses on providing online solutions to a specific industry.

For more information visit www.theservicepro.net.
 

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