Search Engines MD Opts for the Rio SEO Automation Platform
September 26, 2013
Search Engines MD, a Minneapolis-based Internet marketing agency, recently picked Rio SEO’s SEO Automation Platform, to offer pre- and post-search campaign insights to its car dealership clients nationwide.
Rio SEO is a major player in SEO automation and an SaaS (News - Alert)-based provider of enterprise search, local SEO, mobile search and social media marketing tools. Its SEO Automation Platform consists of a suite of software tools for SEO analysis, reporting and implementation.
Featuring a priority-based workflow system, the platform helps marketers to identify the largest search marketing opportunities, the best keywords and phrases for search engine optimization, link-building recommendations and the patented Rio SEO Audit Score. The platform also boasts of a custom dashboard with configurable reporting based on an individual client’s performance metrics.
With the help of the platform, Search Engines MD is now able to conduct SEO audits in advance of customer engagements and at different stages throughout the execution of client search marketing campaigns to track results and evaluate ROI.
Further, the Rio SEO platform’s change management system allows Search Engines MD to monitor customer SEO technical changes, react to them quickly, and make immediate recommendations to enhance their clients’ SEO programs.
“Our platform provides a transparent workflow solution that provides analytics and prioritized recommendations that can be acted upon immediately to improve SEO results,” said Ben Straley, vice president for product management at Rio SEO, in a press statement. “In addition to the benefits of this highly automated platform, we’re delighted that Search Engines MD has taken note of our high-touch customer support, especially during the onboarding stage.”
Recently, TMC (News - Alert) revealed that Rio SEO has announced it will join forces with Infogroup to provide Rio SEO customers with improved online business listing visibility in the local search community.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson
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