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Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) December 24, 2012
TrafficSure, the original traffic service of SuperFastBusiness.com headed by James Schramko, announces its year-end offering for businesses and site owners: the new Own the Racecourse (OTR) Starter Pack which helps clients leverage multimedia content and generate more quality traffic. The chief executive also shares his SEO predictions for building a stronger brand and an unshakeable online presence in order to get 2013 off to a good start.
The new TrafficSure Starter Pack is the right choice for businesses seeking an affordable multimedia marketing solution. It has all the featured services of TrafficSure's OTR Extra Packvideo editing, video script transcription, custom graphic creation, podcast creation, social media posting, RSS syndication, and post bookmarkingexcluding custom press release creation and distribution.
"This new starter pack is designed to get your business moving a little bit quicker," Schramko explains. "If you have a video or an audio that you can give us, let us embed it on YouTube and then syndicate it for you. Youll notice youll start to build authority just like we do from SuperFastBusiness.com. Its proving to be a very popular package and now its affordable for everyone."
The Internet marketing expert also makes his predictions about the most rewarding marketing trends for the coming year in the recent news update. "Focusing on building your brand is going to be the big thing for 2013," he emphasizes. "Its much easier to rank for your brand name than it is for generic search phrases for your industry." The key is to develop and maintain good design, have a memorable name, take steps to ensure that people remember and talk about it.
"A great deal of traffic coming to my own site is for terms like SuperFastBusiness, SEOPartner, TrafficSure and LinkJuice. People know the brand; they look for it and its easy for us to outrank our competition. We own our brands," he illustrates.
The CEO expects video marketing to be another effective and profitable practice for a wide range of businesses. The highly popular video sharing website YouTube now makes it even easier to share videos; newly uploaded videos now share widgets. "Get your videos out there. They are easy to view on any device. YouTube is the third busiest website on the Internet and the second biggest search engine... If youre not doing video, you are missing out. Were now past 50,000 views for our own channel and they are definitely generating sales."
Schramko's final tip for effective marketing in 2013 is to become mobile ready. "Mobile phones have a lot more uses todaythey're good for playing videos and social sharing, everyone has a smart phone or portable device, and the quicker you get your site mobile ready, the more advantages youre going to have." SuperFastBusiness.com's division ATLWeb.com specializes in mobile sites and can help companies find a responsive theme for their web properties and get increased search results.
To view Schramko's news updates and for more information on proven effective marketing strategies, visit http://www.superfastbusiness.com/.
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