Seo services

Web.com Adds Pro SEO Services and Online Store Products to Feature List

The Web.com group has announced a range of professional services for the creation of its website and Web hosting Platform, Web.com.

New features include Pro Website and Pro SEO services for small business owners who lack the expertise and time to develop a professional site independently.

Pro website services include a bespoke web design tool with in-house designers, Pro online store functionality that includes advanced ecommerce functions and premium support. Website Pro also allows customers to use Web.com designers to upgrade an existing site. So there is no need to start from scratch if you already have the basic architecture in place.

Web.com’s Pro SEO service makes it easy for users to develop and implement SEO strategies. All SEO tasks are done by SEO specialists from Web.com Group’s online marketing team, so business owners don’t need any prior knowledge of the subject.

Other features include a professional business directory, on and off page SEO, and professional SEO content.

All tasks including web development and SEO are done step by step. This allows website owners to better allocate funds to specific features and functions, while businesses with tight budgets can easily manage expenses. For example, an online store may decide to allocate more funds to increasing referral links.

“When customers turn to Web.com Group, they are teaming up with some of the most dedicated and knowledgeable experts in the industry,” said Sharon Rowlands, CEO and President of Web.com Group.

“Our people and the services they provide are what sets Web.com Group apart. By delivering a professional website and professional SEO offering that truly differentiates, we can help our clients accelerate their business and be successful online.

The new services are already available to existing Web.com customers. Over the next few months, the services will also be rolled out to customers of Network Solutions and Register.com, alongside Web.com, these platforms make up the Web.com group.