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AKEA Web Solutions is a company that will first understand your unique business needs and then attack them head-on.

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What Do We Offer At AKEA Web Solutions?

Web Design Services And Consulting

AKEA will work with you to understand your goals and create a web solution to position you for success.
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Mobile Web Development

If your website is not optimized for mobile devices, you are turning potential customers away. Are You Optimized?
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Web Marketing Solutions

Want more traffic to your website? More qualified visitors? More conversions? This is where it starts.
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What Our Clients Are Saying

AKEA goes the extra mile to make sure you’re more than satisfied with your website. I would recommend them in an instant.
Becky Cunningham, Michigan Ag Council
We highly recommend AKEA for any business that might want to be successful.
Steve Bush, BusHamM Cabins
My Website Paid For Itself In 2 And A Half Months!
Fred Lowe, Olympian, Personal Trainer
AKEA helped us out of a website catastrophe… At such a very stressful time, we were so grateful for this company to help us out!
Missy Ball, Spartan Fit Center

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akea-blog 2015-05-20

How To Create a Blog That Search Engines Love

Having a successful blog isn’t as easy as installing WordPress and making half a dozen posts. If you want to real human visitors to actually see your blog, you’ll need to focus on driving traffic to it. This can be achieved through either paid sources, such as pay-per-click (PPC) marketing and banner ads, or you can use free sources like search engine optimization (SEO). If you choose the latter, you’ll need to focus on elements that make your blog attractive… read more →

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akea-blog 2015-05-17

Pay-Click-Marketing: How It Works

If you’ve done any research into the different ways to advertise a product or service online, you’ve probably heard of pay-per-click (PPC) marketing. It’s become the “go to” marketing platform for business owners and entrepreneurs, and for good reason: it’s versatile, allows advertisers to target specific demographics of users, and fully scalable. But this is really just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the benefits of using PPC. The Basics PPC lives up to its namesake by… read more →

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akea-blog 2015-05-16

Bing Expected To Launch Its Own Mobile-Friendly Update

“Mobile-friendly” is gearing up to the word of the year. Just weeks after Google rolled out a mobile-friendly update to the algorithm it uses to rank websites, Bing has announced similar plans of its own. The Microsoft-owned and operated search giant made this announcement on May 14, citing the growing number of mobile Internet users. While the exact number remains unknown, several studies suggest that more people access the Internet on their smartphones and tablets than traditional PCs. That’s a… read more →

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akea-blog 2015-05-13

Google Adwords Receives Major Mobile-Friendly Update

“Mobile-friendly” is gearing up to be the word of the year for 2015. Google rolled out its highly anticipated mobile-friendly algorithm update just several months ago, boosting the mobile rankings for websites that are compatible on smartphones and tablets. But the Mountain View company didn’t stop there. Google has also announced a series of new mobile-friendly features for its pay-pay-click (PPC) marketing platform Adwords. When speaking to a livestream audience of some 20,000 users, Jack Dischler of Google Adwords unveiled… read more →

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akea-blog 2015-05-12

Common SEO Myths and Misconceptions Debunked!

Myth #1 – Building More Backlinks Is a Sure-Fire Way To Improve My Rankings Don’t get me wrong, building more backlinks can improve your rankings, but there’s no guarantee that it will. When it comes to backlinks, Google places an emphasis on quality over quantity, meaning webmasters should focus on obtaining backlinks from authoritative sources that are relevant to their niche. If a website isn’t related to your niche in some way, shape or form, it’s probably best to skip… read more →

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