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Facebook Marketing Services 843.286.5161

Facebook Marketing Services 843.286.5161
Facebook has over 2.5 Billion active users, making that an extremely large number of people available to reach. Webage Marketing can help you set up a strong marketing campaign on the world’s most popular social network for your business. A strong presence on Facebook is what every business, corporation, brand and organization needs. Let us get you started on effectively reaching the people that need your goods
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Get The Most From Your Google Adwords


Google Adwords is an advertising platform owned by the huge search engine company Google.  The Google platform displays ads in their search results on the right-hand column of the page results and typically in the first few top positions of the pages. Google charges for the ad whenever it is clicked on by someone therefore, Google Adwords are typically referred to a Pay-Per-Click Campaigns.

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Search Engine Friendly Website Design

Search Engine Friendly Website Design


Our objective is to provide you with a custom website that is economically priced, has a professional appearance, is easy for visitors to navigate, contains a wide array of functionality, and is extremely search engine friendly.

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See what some of our Web Age Marketing clients have to say about our services.


Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing

I have been using the services of WAM for the past year and I have to say that they have gone up and beyond my expectations. They have delivered all the results they initially promised and more. I have even referred a few other businesses as well that are currently having the same experience I did for my site Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing. WAM has become our largest asset in our marketing budget.
Capt. Rich Schott


It’s great to see our pages move up in the Google search and to see we had 1011 visitors to our website!

Thank you Brian for all your hard work for our company.

Focus Telecommunications


I just looked over the Web ranking email you sent and it was terrific news!  Thank you for all the hard work you have done to increase our rankings.

Have a wonderful day!

Lannette Gerbrick
Focus Telecommunications, Inc.
VP of Business Development

When it comes to answering your phones – You need the Power of a Person!

I want to thank you both for helping us make the Focus website more advanced.

One of our sales people (Anne) answered a lead today that came from Google, this potential customer told Anne that we were the first company listed on Google (a truly wonderful surprise) and that she liked our website best of all she had looked at, because it told about our history and that Focus is a family business. Thank you for all your advice in how to set up the site and what to say. And a huge thanks for working through our words and putting us in first place!

We have been getting some good leads through your efforts, and have sold about 8% of those we have gotten. We sold about 75% of the referrals we have gotten through our own clients, so I am pretty happy with the 8% of Google leads.

We have appreciated all the hand-holding you have given us, and will sing your praises any time you want to use US as a referral!

Donna West
Focus Telecommunications, Inc.
Direct 301-854-0284
ATSI Board of Directors


Your report is EXCELLENT!
Your Screencast explanation concise and understandable even for the not geek.
Your service is A+.
Great job!
NJ Paintball Club

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Typical Blunders Big Business And Small Business As Well Make in Local SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

Typical Blunders Big Business And Small Business As Well Make in Local SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

1. Utilizing a Non-SEO To Coordinate The Campaign  is kind of obvious ,right? Possibly, possibly not. Even though rigorous SEO proficiency might actually not be crucial, comprehension of general local Search Engine Optimization, also known as Local Internet Search Marketing,  definitely is for any truly serious for any business doing local SEO. Doesnt make a difference if the actual SEO is being executed by an external company. In order to align the brand name and its strategic method, you have to have a person who comprehends both. An SEO Manager must comprehend both. Insufficient understanding, or possibly even shortage of interest in understanding can potentially not only impede the business’ SEO strategy, but it can certainly have seriously undesirable consequences.  An instinctive and clever person can go far in strengthening your marketing and have the ability to separate all the bullshit apart from legitimate professional opinions, as Rae so decently outlined.

2. Presuming That They Can Conduct All local SEO In House –On Budget  SEO surely is not a fixed craft, which once you have done it for a couple of years, then you understand or know it all. It is a constantly changing, continuously moving set of goal posts. Internal teams that are tiny, or have not been assembled organically based on expertise, almost never have the time to investigate or explore unrelated categories. At the same time, unless you are a true internet pro, the access to resources and wide range proficiency bases might be restricted.  However, if you are a major brand name, and wish to do actual SEO internally on a monetary budget, I would not advise it. You can certainly hire a full time SEO company for the cost of 2-3 staff, and have access to complex skills and the benefit of their expertise day to day with other campaigns. This is not to say that it is impossible to have a full in-house SEO staff. All I am saying is, if you have never done it before – plan this strategy with due caution.  Back in 2007, High Rankings interviewed Danny Sullivan on the topic and many of the responses still hold true in my judgment. If you are intent on training an inhouse staff – at least install some reliable methods for SEO .

3. Not Treating SEO Like A True Revenue Channel  Sounds surprising right? In my past experiences, 7 out of the 10 Big Brands I have worked with did not have SEO KPIs, Strategies or Plans in position. It was something delegated to an in house tech, or to a department often with dismal results. This happens when you do not grant the channel the esteem it should get.  SEO is definitely more than a series of link builders and content writers, it is a full blown Marketing Discipline, that needs strategy, thought, research and focus.

4. Not Distancing Brand Traffic And Sales From Generic Keyword Sets  In my opinion, this is the greatest blunder. Examining SEO sales as a whole and then assuming that the channel is healthy is quite myopic. Brand traffic, in many instances, is a given. Including those sales as part of the ROI is not the best way to judge the return on investment. A clued up Big Brand would value the revenue gotten from Generic Keywords.  Some brands (especially those in extremely competitive industries) do this really well while more conventional Big Brands dont in my experience.

5. Not Including The SEO Team  This a tremendous process problem in many businesses. From full marketing plans to press releases, from product release to PR disaster, the SEO team ought to be involved or kept aware of every issue at every stage. There are often first mover benefits in local SEO, especially PR. Not providing your own team the edge means you are essentially working in detriment of the brand in the long run. For instance, one brand I worked with had a policy of giving out their Press Releases before they were published on the site PR Section. The result? A third party website that auto publishes press releases got into Google News right away and made it next to impossible for this brand to get in that space.

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