Why Would You Want to Hire A Professional Company?

Internet Marketing
The lifeblood of every single company on earth is marketing. It is such an important thing because without it people would never learn who companies are. It is so important because without it companies would never be able to create any form of brand identity. It is one of the most important aspects that any business will ever engage in. It must be done correctly. A bad advertising strategy is often worse than not having any form of advertisement at all. Because of this, businesses hire digital marketing agencies to handle all-things marketing for them.

If a person were to think about it, if you are not an expert in advertising, aren’t bringing traffic from the Internet, and aren’t converting traffic from social media and Google, then why would you ever try to do all of that on your own? The problem is that people who are not qualified, people who have not learned what’s right and what’s wrong, people who have never done any of this on a high level attempt to become their own advertisement professional. What typically happens is that they end up wasting their time and they do not get the results that they really want.

This is why hiring a professional search engine optimization company or digital agency is so important. If you want things done the right way, you don’t want to market for the sake of doing something, you want to do it with purpose and you want it to lead to more recognition, greater brand identity and recognition for your company and ultimately you want it to bring more customers and revenue to your bottom line. You definitely do not want to go at it alone, because more than likely you do not have the skills that it takes to run a proper campaign. Click here for one of our partners that is well-versed in SEO.

Any company who is reading this article should know that there is a better way to do things, which is to hire a professional company who truly knows what they are doing. We are such a company and we can definitely help you get the results that you need. We have helped dozens of companies big and small increase their marketing footprint on the Internet to the point that they have increased the amount of business and the traffic that they are able to get from the Internet.

The Internet Bubble From Beginning to End

Millenials don’t know a world without the internet. Even those from older generations probably can’t imagine going through a day without going online to search the web and check their social media profiles. But before being able to enjoy everything the internet has to offer, there was first a period of chaos. Commonly referred to as the dot-com or internet bubble, this era helped shape what the internet currently is today.

This period is usually dubbed the dot-com bubble of 2000. However, it’s worth noting that it all started as far back as 1995. During this time, internet-based companies were established left and right. They enjoyed a surge in profits and stock prices, as everyone was on the internet bandwagon. Investors were quick to shell out cash to become part owners of different online companies, even if they didn’t know much about them. Simple adding the “e-” prefix can turn a company into an internet sensation.

The early successes of some companies during the growth of the bubble paved the way for more investors to establish new internet-based companies The big players even bought out startups, believing they can cash in over the long term. But this success was largely dependent on expanding customer base as quickly as possible. Some companies simply couldn’t keep up, leading to large annual losses.

After the turn of the century, the tech industry started to look like other traditional sectors in the US. Investors have become wiser and market leaders more cautious about how to grow their business effectively. Despite the downfall of multiple firms, studies show that nearly half of the dot-com companies managed to survive through 2004. Today, ten tech firms belong to the list of 100 most profitable corporations in the US.

Historical Background Of The Computer

Every great song is a continuation of a previous great song, so be it with the computer. Primitive forms of the modern day computer originated 5000 years ago. It all started with the development of the Abacus, which gave way to the pencil and paper. This rudimentary computing style continued for thousands of years. The post-World War II era saw the first generation of what is now known as the modern day computer. The evolution of the computer has continued its steadfast development in an accelerated manner only restricted by technological wherewithal, and possibly human imagination.



Pencil and paper, the computing method of choice for thousands of years after the introduction of the Abacus, continued to exist until the mid-1600s; then the Pascaline was developed. This basic computer relied on movable dials for its computation functionality; however, its abilities were limited to addition only.


It was not until the mid-1800s when Thomas Colmar developed a machine that could perform the basic arithmetic functions; it could add, subtract, multiply, and divide. This computer, called the arithmetic, was widely used until the start of the First World War. Colmar along with preceding inventors Pascal and Leibniz is accredited for defining mechanical computation, as we know it today.


England’s own Charles Babbage, the mathematics professor, designed the first multi-functional computer in 1830, which he named the Analytical Engine. Although this device never was constructed, the concept was considered a breakthrough.


To deal with the expanding United States population during the late 1800’s, census takers determined they needed a faster, and more comprehensive computing system. The previous census was completed in seven years, and there were fears that it would take at least ten years to complete the latest census. In 1890 Herman Hollerith, an American inventor, improved and further developed the punch card reader as a method for storing data and reducing computational errors. Using Hollerith’s invention, census takers compiled the results in less than two months! In 1927, this new computational and storage system was soon introduced into the business world, eventually becoming known as International Business Machines (IBM). This method of using punch card readers for data processing continued until 1965.


The Second World War initiated the further development of the computer. The potential strategic importance of a computer now hastened the technological development process. This new urgency prompted the invention of the transistor in 1948, which changed the computer so drastically it was now called a supercomputer. This meant computers were now able to store programs, and programming language, which enabled them finally to be cost-effective and useful for the business world. The entire software industry now began.


Transistors were clearly a crucial breakthrough, but there was a serious problem; their operating temperatures were too high. As a result, the integrated circuit was developed, combining electronic components onto a small silicone disk which was made from quartz. This small silicone disk became known as the semi-conductor. Taking it one-step further, by the 1980s thousands of components were being loaded onto a single chip, which by now is called a microprocessor. This microprocessor could be programmed to meet various requirements such as television sets, automobiles, and recorders.


IBM introduced the first personal computer (PC) in 1981. 10 years later 65 million PCs were being used. As computer usage became more widespread, linking them together, or networking, created new ways to harness their potential. This enabled the computers to share memory space, software, information, and to communicate with each other. Using Local Area Network (LAN), created world wide web of monumental proportions. Computer circuitry, the Internet, now linked computers around the world into a single information network or world wide web.


Artificial intelligence, spoken word instructions, and human reasoning are just a few of the modern engineering advances in computer technology. Easily understood user-friendly computer design is technologically complicated. In order to look into the crystal ball of the future, one has to understand and appreciate how far we have come since the invention of the integrated circuit; our imagination is our only limitation.