The Sagemont School, a private school in Broward County, Florida has selected WSI to launch a new SEO campaign. WSI has a long-standing relationship with the Sagemont School having managed a successful SEO campaign for their Broward County Summer Day Camp. WSI also launched a new website for Camp Sagemont in February of 2016.
The Sagemont School, accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS,) is a respected college preparatory school. The school offers a rigorous academic curriculum and was voted the top private High School in Weston.
Sagemont’s Broward preschool starts at 3 years of age. The K-5 Lower School Campus, offers core concepts in a creative and nurturing environment combined with weekly specials that include science, art, music, Spanish, swimming, PE, media and technology. At their Broward High School Upper Campus, Sagemont students choose from a variety of regular, honors and AP course work. In addition, students share in a networked wireless tablet environment and participate in a comprehensive guidance program for college entrance.
WSI Online Solutions is a top SEO company in South Florida having worked with dozens of Broward County area clients. The program for the Sagemont school will involved on-page optimization for targeted keywords such Pembroke Pines Elementary School, Middle School Davie and Middle School Weston to help drive traffic to the website and increase the number of tour requests from the parents of prospective new students. WSI’s SEO program includes updating the local business listings for the school. A key part of WSI’s search engine optimization campaign will focus on the creation of additional content to be added to the website, and to blog posts on Blogger, WordPress, Weebly and Tumblr.
During the coming months WSI will continue to create informative blogs posts that will increase interest of prospective parents for touring the school and distribute those blogs online as well as create searched optimized content for the website.
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