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PRESS RELEASE / ANNOUNCEMENTS Sunday, March 4, 2012

First Click SEO Changes Name to First Click Inc.

Company Expands Services and Launches New Web Site

First Click Inc. has formally changed its name from First Click SEO to First Click Inc. Along with the name change is a new web site found at www.FirstClickInc.com.


“The name change is to acknowledge the expanded services now offered at First Click Inc. First Click was first launched as an SEO company but almost immediately our clients were asking for services beyond SEO. Fortunately our core team was able to provide these services. Entering 2012 it was apparent that a repositioning was in order as First Click Inc. now offers a full menu of web marketing services including SEO, brand development, research, link building campaigns, social media integration, site design and consulting says Jacques Habra, General Manager of First Click Inc.”

“To accompany the formalizing of our service offering we have also expanded our executive team adding media and web veterans including Jay Klanfer who joins us as company President. Jay brings a wealth of experience having launched and managed successful campaigns both online and offline the past 22 years,” says Jacques Habra.

The web continues to evolve and having a vendor such as First Click who continuously monitors the fluid world of SEO and development best practices is invaluable in today’s hyper competitive business climate. First Click encourages the business community to visit www.FirstClickInc.com and enter a Web site address in the “Know Your On-Line Marketing Score” tool which will yield a no obligation top-line review including optimization, design and call to action. This is a manual report created by experienced team members, not automated services.

“Whether you’re a non-profit, e-commerce, lead gen or branding site, if you’re not ranking on the first page for organic results against your key word library your audience will not find you. There are thousands of automated services but few high touch, people centric businesses that truly have your best interest at heart,” explains Habra.

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