Manchester SEM proudly unveils their new website, complete with various improvements made based on customer feedback. "Customers visiting our site noticed some areas they felt needed to be improved, and the company responded, making the requested changes. In addition, changes were made based on new technology which improves the company's ability to serve those in need of the provided services," Mark Wallace of Manchester SEM declares.
Marketing researcher IDC estimates that 2.7 billion people will be online by 2015, accounting for 40 percent of the world's population. "Each and every one of these consumers becomes a potential customer for a company and yet many companies fail as they don't understand search engine optimisation (http://www.manchestersem.com/search-engine-optimisation-seo/) and how to bring visitors to their site," Mark Wallace of Manchester SEM declares.
With the global economy finally rebounding from financial turmoil, consumers are beginning to feel more comfortable allocating portions of their income to more than basic necessities. This became increasingly apparent when a recent survey revealed consumers plan to spend approximately 15.3 percent more on holiday purchases this year compared to those in the recent past; of those, 66 percent intend to ramp up their online shopping.