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Orlando, FL, November 22, 2012 --(PR.com)-- oAssist.com Seo Services New Web Design.

oAssist has a new website and new offers. While the world is being torn apart, the good SEO from the bad, oAssist is constant with their methods.

It has been big news since new owner, Ian Webbe, has taken the reins of top expert SEO Company. Expectations are high that oAssist will rise to new levels by continuing to strive in SEO campaign management with fair pricing, exceptional client/customer communications, and dedicated customer service. Ian Webbe, along with previous owner Kathryn Sias and a team of professional team members are on board to assure the leading SEO and web design Service Company will strive towards continuing its success.

Mr. Webbie is offering jobs to non-related team members from all across the United States. Currently, he is running an office of over 100 team members and expects to triple that by the end of 2013. When an economy is screaming for jobs oAssist has them. Ian is an entreprenuer with an impressive IT background. It made sense for him to approach oAssist.com with the offer.

Mr. Webbe has re-designed the look of oAssist’s website taking the dominant company to an all new inspiring level. The word around the SEO industry has been nothing but excellent feedback. Oassist has put their knowledge of designing websites to use by putting a fresh face on their site with a new web design.

Over the years oAssist has built an experienced team of expert SEO professionals who are highly motivated and focused in getting clients to the top ranking position in the search engines. With the impressive reputation of ranking number one in Google search, a new web design for oAssist is sure to add to their creditability.

So now that oAssist has a new owner and a new company face, what is expected in the near future for the leading SEO expert company? The word around the industry, along with an interest from an abundance of new clients, who give credit where credit is due.

oAssist continues to receive praise and recognition for their search engine optimization. Clients recognize oAssist in the top of the ranks and realize that is where they should be if they want to start or improve their online business. No more outsourcing to other countries, or persons who know little about true seo. oAssist adds to their credit attentive competitive research, keyword analysis, honest link building, and affordable pricing to continue with an impressive client base.

An expert SEO company has to have a source of pride or honor in order to be completely successful. The team that backs oAssist are dedicated towards continuing success with the company with total support of new ownership. A new web design is the start of what oAssist team of professionals see as a fresh face of inspiration.

A good reputation is also expected to continue for oAssist in the future. Their influence on increasing leads and sales has impressed not only clients worldwide, but also other SEO competitors and businesses. When you have a company that is dedicated in helping create innovative marketing strategies and customizing SEO solutions, where can you go wrong? oAssist work has spoken for itself by boosting visibility, traffic, and revenue. This is a reputation that any new web design can support with pride.

oAssist provides expert SEO services that clients depend on to improve their online businesses. To achieve a successful business, clients need to attract visitors to their site to generate traffic and increase sales. In addition, a professional web design page will tell customers what services you have to offer by helping to expand it so that the business will grow. A web design page that stands out to the customer assists a company to surpass their goals.

oAssist has been providing expert SEO services in web design that offer clients a design that is clean and quick loading. Producing results that have proven oAssist as a leading expert SEO company, clients have found oAssist’s web page designs easily navigated for both the company and the customer. They build pages that allow for the most in optical search results.

With new ownership and a new web page design, oAssist is sure to continue with their ranking as a top expert SEO company. oAssist is a company dependable on recommended improvements and analyses that can help businesses prosper in which they receive updated reports on their progress. With the new ownership in charge and a new face in design, there is no doubt that oAssist will also continue to prosper in expert search engine optimization.

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If you would like more information about professional consultancy SEO services please contact us through our website contact form on http://www.oassist.com or email us directly at: [email protected]

Contact: Ian Webbe
USA
10685-B Hazelhurst Dr. #14251
Houston, TX 77043

Tampa, Florida
US Phone:
1-855-5-WEB-SEO
(1-855-593-2736)

5348 Vegas Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89108

Australia
18 Harker Street
Burwood VIC 3125

Contact Information:
oAssist
Kathryn Sias
1-855-593-2736
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www.oassist.com

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