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Designz23 Announces New Services Including Search Engine Optimization (SEO), TV Commercials, Blogging, Local Google Ads and Spanish Website Translation

Allentown, PA, July 24, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Designz23.com is pleased to present a multitude of new services including Search Engine Optimization (SEO), TV Commercials, Blogging, Local Google Ads and Spanish Website Translation. These new services are backed by Web Designer Kim Murphy’s years of expertise and offer clients state-of-the-art design and production services designed to drive customers to their clients on and off the web. Designz23 delivers custom tailored services to each individual client, paying close attention to the client’s ideas and bringing those ideas creatively to life in the form of websites, advertisements, commercials and print media.

Designz23 understands the importance of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) in getting their client’s business noticed on the internet among the trillions of websites out there. The site has to be up-to-the-minute, significant to its target market and visible both locally and beyond. Most business owners understand this, but many need assistance in truly being an online success and that’s where web designer Kim Murphy and his creative team come in to help. With the help of the team at Designz23, clients are given the tools to harness the power of SEO and target local and regional markets as well as the world wide web marketplace. Their professional SEO services are standing at the ready to meet SEO expectations and exceed them by driving customer traffic to each client’s site though improved communication.

When choosing Designz23, clients are choosing internet and business success. The team knows what business’s want and need to rise above the competition in today’s competitive market. Every design is delivered with attention to detail, focused on the individual client’s wants and needs, and targeted at the desired audience. Designz23 works directly with clients, listening and providing expert advice and creative design every step of the way. Each new website design comes with a its own mobile version, a bonus for businesses designing all new sites.

In addition to Search Engine Optimization (SEO), TV Commercials are among the new offerings at Designz23. The designer team is here to guide clients through production, from deciding if the owner will star in the commercial, if a paid actor is needed to fill that role, determining the goal of the commercial, creating the story line that will deliver the most impact for the business, and of course, the filming and production of the successful commercial. Web designer Kim Murphy and his design team can also enhance client commercial advertising with the use of computer graphics (CG) adding computer-generated special effects to the TV commercial.

Blogging and Google Ads are another important part of creating a voice and brand for their clients, and the creative designers at Designz23.com deliver their experience and know-how here as well. The final new addition to the long list of high quality services provided by Designz23, is Spanish website translation. Each of these communicative devices, gives clients the ability to reach an ever expanding marketplace and continue on the path to business success.

Each and every project at Designz23 is designed to meet and exceed their clients’ needs and is always backed by a customer satisfaction guarantee. As a matter of fact, all the projects created by the team at Designz23 have an unlimited design change guarantee.

Founded by web designer Kim Murphy in 2007, Designz23 strives to be the best in the Lehigh Valley at Search Engine Optimization, Web Design, TV Commercials, Blogging, Local Google Ads, Spanish Website Translation and all the services they provide. Murphy and his team work to satisfy every client on every project from web design to print media and everything in between. Each member of the Designz23 team delivers tailored, professional service, with an ear to the client’s needs and ideas, and a premium quality and creative product every time. Designz23 has seven years of successful service and hundreds of satisfied customers, and they work to build long-term relationships with each client they serve as the Lehigh Valley SEO and Web Design experts.

Call on the team at www.Designz23.com to design your unique website and create a plan to drive customers to your business on and offline.

About Designz23.com

Designz23, launched in 2007, is the brainchild of web designer Kim Murphy. Seven years and hundreds of satisfied customers later, Kim Murphy and the creative team at Designz23.com promise and deliver beautiful, creative and functional websites and advertising that drives customers to their clients’ websites and businesses. Each new project created is designed to deliver success in today’s competitive market to each client. Designz23.com offers unmatched web design, SEO, TV commercial production, Google Ads, Blogs, and more all designed to set your company above the competition.

For more information, visit http://www.designz23.com/

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Kim Murphy
1-800-986-0262
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www.designz23.com
Cell (610) 751-4093

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