SEO.com Kicks Off $60,000 Marketing Giveaway to aid Recession-hit Company
Salt Lake City, UT (Gawkwire.com) SEO.com is doing its part to help boost the struggling economy. The Internet marketing company today announced its Ultimate Web Marketing Makeover, which will give one organization the chance to emerge from the recession via a comprehensive Internet marketing campaign.
"We’ve been fortunate to experience great growth during the recession, and now we want to give back to help someone else have similar success," said Dave Bascom, chief executive officer of SEO.com.
Through October, SEO.com will accept submissions from various organizations that detail how the recession has affected them, and how they believe Internet marketing services could improve their situation. SEO.com will then award one of those businesses a six-month contract worth more than $60,000. Some of the services will include:
Web Site Redesign
Search Engine Optimization
Press Releases, Writing and Distribution
Local Search Optimization
Social Media Optimization
"With all the services we’ll provide over the period of six months, we expect to lay a foundation that will literally change the future of a struggling organization," Bascom said. "To the winning organization, this will be worth much more than the $60,000. We will provide them with a strong online presence so they can attract many more customers through search engines, and we’ll design their site so more of those visitors will turn into paying customers."
To participate in the contest, participants must fill out the Ultimate Makeover form which includes a section to write a 500-word essay that explains why they should be selected.
Any organizations that offer quality products or services and have been negatively affected by the recession are encouraged to apply. SEO.com will judge the participants based on the quality of business or service, the industry, the story behind the company, how it has struggled during the recession, and the potential to not only succeed, but to benefit the community.
"We really want to help a deserving company or organization get back on its feet," said Nelson James, vice president of SEO.com. "We are good at what we do, and we are confident that the services we are offering in this package will do just that."
SEO.com is accepting submissions for the Ultimate Web Marketing Makeover through Oct. 31, and will announce the winner in early November. If you know anyone who could benefit from this contest, please spread the word. For more information, and to see a video, visit http://www.seo.com/web-marketing-makeover/