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If you are looking for updates from Roundpeg we have moved our blog to www.roundpeg.biz/blog. Hope to see you there.
And if you are here by mistake, and are really looking for Roundpeg Adobe Related Training and Development check out their blog at roundpeginc.wordpress.com or their primary site atwww.roundpeg.com
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Building Links for One of Our Clients

This is a repeat of a post which appears on our website.  The reason for the post was to create some credible external links for the Client: Dr. Jeff Yoder of Meridian Chiropractic

When we build sites in WordPress, we do several things to improve the overall search rankings of a site. We use All-In-One SEO to title pages. We work with the clients to develop a list of key words to be used in their posts.  And then, after we build the site we train our clients how to manage their sites. Once complete, the responsibility is theirs to continue creating fresh, relevant content to maximize their SEO efforts. It’s important that clients create new blog posts and use the tools we give them to put their websites in the best position to be successful.

Often, our clients adopt a set it and forget it attitude.  However, Dr. Yoder has continued to challenge us to find additional ways to help increase his visibility on the keywords  he wants to build his SEO strategy around.  He is in a very competitive category and needs to be aggressive in his social media strategy

Located in downtown Indianapolis, he caters to busy professionals who need a chiropractor. For him, the words “Indianapolis chiropractor“, “downtown chiropractor“, and “Meridian Chiropractic” are the most relevant keywords

Dr. Yoder has  been tracking his progress from obscurity to visibility on search engines.  He has seen progress and we now as he continues to ad fresh content and optimize each new post for search engines, his rankings will continue to improve.

We always love when clients take an active role in their marketing success. It’s that drive that separates most successful business owners from the pack.

Small Business Web Sites for $950

Web Design Beginning at $950 – Now through the end of the year Roundpeg, Indy’s leading small business marketing firm is offering simple starter websites using Word Press for $950.

Built on the WordPress Platform, the sites are robust, professional site, and easy to maintain. Because of the structure, WordPress sites are “search engine friendly”

As you can see from the examples below, the sites can have very distinctive looks, but are all built on the same user friendly platform.
Web Design Fee: $950 our fee assumes the client will furnish the majority of the copy for a 5 – 10 page website. (We can “tweak” or edit content to improve optimization.

The $950 design fee also includes your first year hosting, and unlimited email, and domain registration or transfer.

Additional fees
• Hosting fees renew annually for $175 (This is approx $15/month)
• Additional submission or registration forms ($50 each)
• Shopping cart up to 10 items ($100) – You must have a paypal account for this option.
• Transfer fee if you domain is currently held by Domains by Proxy, there is an additional $50 transfer fee.
Here are links to just a few of the sits we have created recently.


www.turningpoint-consultants.com

www.sunnymoon.com
www.select-showhorses.com
www.makeroomnow.com
www.aballstudio.com
www.revolution-eyes.com
www.chefjjs.com

For More Information:  Call Today – 569-1396

Examples

www.makeroomnow.com

www.select-showhorses.com

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When should you hire a consultant?

You should NEVER hire a consultant if you don’t already know what you need. You should hire a consultant for one of two reasons. Either they can do something that you cannot do for yourself, or they can do something faster and better than you can do it yourself. Until you can get to that point, your discussions with your consultant should be at no charge. That’s the way we do it at GroProfit International LLC

For more information contact Milt WoodsGroProft International LLC

Can I deduct my health care costs?

Health care premiums can be deducted as ordinary and necessary expenses of a business – as employee benefits. To qualify, the health insurance must be in the name of the company. To deduct other health care costs, small employers (especially sole owner/operators) may want to establish a Section 105 plan. With a 105 plan, an employer can deduct 100% of employee/owner health care cost, including co-pays and deductibles.

Answer provided by: Len Titone – Next Level Financial Management

Have a Profitable Idea? You Need a Business Plan!

Business expert, Lorraine Ball of Roundpeg shares her perspective on business planning in an article in this morning’s Indy Star.

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