PB Vixen takes the organic approach by offering SEO and copywriting for the adult themed online industry.
Phoenix, AZ - Being in the adult business shouldn’t be any different than being in any other online business. You need advertising, organic SEO marketing, strong content, net presence and a good conceptual strategy for what you want to accomplish.
PB Vixen announces their services for adult online businesses to have an organic presence with their adult copywriting and organic SEO services. Their technique focuses on SEO and the adding and changing of copy; to allow their client’s adult sites to be indexed naturally through the search engines of Google and Yahoo which leads to organic traffic to their Website.
Organic SEO service packages are offered with an eight month payment plan available through http://PBVixen.com/prices/. The packages include the keyword research, Website analysis, keyword implementation, all the organic SEO techniques and much more!
"Clear, concise, SEO friendly copy which allows any potential client visiting your adult Website to stay on your Website is our drive. Organic and natural SERP's in the adult online industry is needed and we are the company providing this service." Lisa Weinberger, PB Vixen's co-founder stated.
PB Vixen is a virtual based online marketing company who supports a Green environment. They are available through all technology outlets for consultations and meetings. Let them help you understand the concepts of organic SEO marketing as well as provide the copy for all of your adult business needs.
About PB Vixen
Lisa Weinberger and Ralph Greco Jr. provide SEO copy and organic SEO marketing specific to the adult services field. With Lisa’s extensive client list through her mainstream copywriting and organic online marketing company and Ralph’s world-wide credits in the adult industry, Lisa and Ralph make a formidable team, ready to handle all your SEO needs. The company name PB Vixen developed quite simply through a long term joke between Lisa and Ralph, which started outside a Northern NJ diner (also known as Stateline).