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Tom Sondergeld Plumbing

Project Snapshot

Tom Sondergeld Plumbing, a local plumbing business, recognized the need to enhance its online presence and brand awareness to reach a wider audience. To achieve this goal, the business sought the expertise of Ferguson Computers to help them with a website redesign and ongoing SEO strategies.

Our Solution

We understood the importance of building brand awareness for Tom Sondergeld Plumbing, and therefore, our team started by creating a unique and professional website that reflected the brand’s identity. The website was designed to be visually appealing, user-friendly, and easy to navigate, allowing visitors to easily find the information they need.

Our ongoing SEO efforts focused on creating high-quality, engaging content that resonated with the target audience. We also optimized the website’s on-page elements, meta tags, and other technical aspects to make it more search engine-friendly. Additionally, our team created social media accounts for the business and developed a content strategy that included informative blog posts, videos, and infographics.

As a result of the website redesign and ongoing SEO and social media efforts, Tom Sondergeld Plumbing saw a significant increase in brand awareness. The business’s online presence improved, and its social media engagement grew. The brand’s reputation and credibility were enhanced, resulting in an increased customer base and loyal following.

Overall, Ferguson Computers Marketing agency’s focus on building brand awareness for Tom Sondergeld Plumbing was successful, resulting in increased visibility, credibility, and recognition. The brand’s online presence and reputation were significantly enhanced, providing a strong foundation for future growth and success.

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