WCM Industries, the manufacturer of Watco drains and Woodford faucets, has retained WSI to continue for a fourth year of digital marketing services for their e-commerce site called Eagle Mountain Products.
WSI was originally retained by Eagle Mountain Products back in late 2012. The initial project included creating 58 SEO landing pages optimized for keywords with volume of over 80,000 searches per month. The on-page optimization was followed up with organic link building and blog posting on popular blogging platforms. This activity led to huge growth in organic visitors, and a very satisfied client.
Phase two of the SEO, which began in June of 2014, focused on optimizing the e-commerce site’s category and sub-category pages. In all, 199 of these pages were optimized with new URLs, Title Tags and Meta Descriptions.
In 2016, we will be targeting repeat purchasers of the Woodford Model Y34 yard hydrant repair kit and the Watco 924 Innovator flexible bathtub waste. This will be a highly targeted campaign of SEO link building to promote these two successful best sellers.
Activities will include linking back to the targeted pages with Watco blog posts at Blogger, WordPress and Google+ focused on bathroom repair and improvement and Wordford posts at Blogger, WordPress and Google+ with an emphasis on gardening and the benefits of yard hydrants. In addition, relevant posts for Eagle Mountain Products will be posted to Tumblr and a Google+ brand page.
We look forward to a continued partnership with WCM Industries and Eagle Mountain Products.
WSI is one of the largest digital marketing agencies in the world, with over 1,000 offices in 81 countries. Born in 1995, at the birth of the Internet, we have always been, and always will be, an entirely digital marketing agency. We understand that no two businesses are the same, so we take the time to understand our client’s organization and build campaigns that help achieve their goals.
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