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You also need contact information and explain a bit about what your business is all about. Make sure to include your email address as part of your contact info so people will know how to get in touch with you. If they do not like talking on the phone, at least they can get in touch by using email.Besides all of the above, you should state the benefits of hiring you for the customer’s next party. Why should you be considered above everyone else? You must describe what you do and how you do it in a unique way. What can you provide that no other party provider is unable to? When creating your website, post updates, weekly specials, or even articles that are relevant to the entertainment industry. The more info you provide, the more reputable you will appear to potential customers. The biggest things to put on your website are testimonials. They are very powerful and can do a lot for you. When people read your testimonials it will give them something to relate to , and present your business in a positive light. Whatever you do, focus your website on certain keywords. What keywords do you think your customer would use to look you up? This is why research is necessary. When you do research, you can find what keywords are the best to use. When you know them, use them in your copy, videos, and everything else that shows text on your web pages. This way search engines will be able to index your site and get you listed in the top of search pages, based on those keywords. The number of visitors to your website will directly correlate with your business’ sales.  Most customers will visit your website before ordering your inflatable services.  There they will find information about the products and services that you offer, company background, coupons and specials and more.  The key to increasing your business is to increase your web traffic.  This can be done through a variety of marketing tools; web links, email marketing, internet advertising, and search engine marketing.Search Engine OptimizationWe all know that your site’s listing with the top search engines is invaluable. Much of your search engine standings are also based on the web content on each page within your site. One of the key factors to optimizing your web site for the search engines is to focus on a few keywords per page, making these appear frequently throughout your web site, while still keeping the copy readable and fluid.The keywords that you choose should be terms that you would like searchers to find your site through when they are using a search engine. Each page within your site should have approximately one to three keywords associated with it. Include these keywords as much as possible within the text of the page. Of course, this is also walking a fine line of making your site search engine friendly while still having the writing make sense to a reader. Keep in mind that search spiders and robots are not intuitive, they cannot process the information from your site’s content so the keywords you have selected need to be written exactly within the content of your page. Choosing keywords such as “inflatables”, while accurate to your business and your customers, may not help you to achieve a higher search engine standing.  The term “inflatables” is very competitive on the internet, with Google returning nearly 4 million results.  Particularly if your business focuses on a specific geographic location, it may be best to include this in your keywords.  For example “New York Inflatables” or “Rent Inflatables New York”.  These are still keywords that your target audience would potentially use and the search will return fewer results.