Graphic SEO has been taking SEO to a new level with back to back successful marketing campaigns. Now with the release of their new free SEO evaluation, they are looking to set new benchmarks in SEO

Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) November 17, 2008 — Graphic SEO LLC has been establishing trust, results and proven performance in just 7 months of starting operations in Baltimore, Maryland. This Search Engine Optimization (SEO)/Search Engine Marketing (SEM) Agency consists of a young motivated ethical staff that helps their clients with the ability to reach local, regional, national and international clientele via SEO and marketing methods. These methods are derived from utilizing past marketing efforts, current efforts or creating unique campaigns that yield a stellar Return on Investment (ROI). The methods come from in depth competitor analysis and competitor strategy analysis.

Now with the launch of their free SEO evaluation, Graphic SEO is offering webmasters a first hand look at what they would start off with when working on their site. The SEO evaluation is customized from site to site and not the standard cookie cutter evaluation that you would get from many other SEO companies.

"We have a team wanting to educate our clients in SEO, not sell them on services by keeping them in the dark about what we are doing," says CEO Adam Dodson.

Graphic SEO was formed by two bright young college students Adam Dodson and Joseph Alvini. Joseph, being into SEO since around 2001, was working at another firm while attending college. While talking to his good friend Adam one day during a break in their programming class, they talked about the possibilities of starting an SEO company built around ethics and how to obtain speedy results for an affordable price.

While it is clear that over the past seven month Graphic SEO has not only educated their clients but also achieved goals far beyond clients’ expectations, with the free evaluation that they offer on their site, it is just another step they are taking to ensure their company’s success.


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